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Exploring Mitosis & Meiosis

Term Two is beginning to settle into a routine and my Grade 9s are hard at work on their unit on Reproduction. The first things we discuss are both Mitosis & Meiosis. With mitosis being the process in which cells divide into equal clones of themselves to produce body cells and meiosis being the process in which cells divide into haploid cells to produce sex cells (sperm and eggs). In addition to textual notes on both of these topics, I really wanted to incorporate activities for my students…

Biology It Grows On You Funny Humor Tshirt Design Customize to All Sizes and Colors - TShirt , Vneck, Tank Top

This design can be printed on any of the apparel types listed and is also available on Sweatshirts and Hooded Sweatshirts at an additional charge. All of our items are made to order and can be customized for all color and sizes. ZOOM IN OUR PHOTOS TO SEE DETAILS ON APPAREL TYPES,COLORS AS WELL AS THE SIZING CHART. Since all our items are made to order, we can change print color etc based on your choice so let us know what you have in mind and let us make it happen. We are always here to…

Charles Darwin Zitat getippt auf Schreibmaschine | Etsy

Dieses Zitat wird auf einer Vintage 1939 Schreibmaschine auf ein Stück 6x6 cremefarbenen Karton getippt.

The Amoeba Sisters

Everyone pitches in for protein synthesis! Here are three types of RNA helping your cells make proteins. Be sure to check out all our science GIFs here for your studyblrs, teacher websites,...

Spezifisch - braincolor

Synonyme: charakteristisch, kennzeichnend, eigen Familie: Süßwasserfische

This blood test can tell you every virus you’ve ever had

Scientists have created a new blood test that can detect every virus that has ever infected an individual.

A Taste of Crisp: First Meal Created With CRISPR Gene Editing

A Swedish university has served the first-ever CRISPR-Cas9 modified vegetables. This may be a diet fit for the future.