DNA - The Double Helix Game

Resource ID#: 53441 Type: Virtual Manipulative

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Subject(s): Science
Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12
Intended Audience: Educators educators, Students , Parents
Suggested Technology: Computers for Students, Adobe Flash Player
Keywords: DNA, dioxyribonucleic acid, helix,
Instructional Component Type(s): Virtual Manipulative
Resource Collection: Games and Simulations

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DNA-The Double Helix:

In this interactive game, the students will understand how a DNA molecule is built up, how the copies of the DNA molecule made and what is the meaning of base-pairing. The job of the students in this game is to first make exact copies of a double-stranded DNA molecule by correctly matching the base pairs to each strand, and to then determine which organism the DNA belongs to.

Type: Virtual Manipulative

DNA Replication Animation:

This resource is an animation to explain DNA replication. It is an interactive simulation activity for students. See also "Transcription and Translation Animation" to get all of the steps from DNA to protein.

Type: Virtual Manipulative