Miss Elizabeth's Biology Class                                               
Grant High School
Unit 3: Genetics - DNA  Handouts and Lecture Notes
Unit 3.   Genetics - DNA Overview:  word    Answers
Ch. 12 Study Guide Questions to Review  pdf
Mending Mutations    pdf
DNA Fingerprinting   pdf
DNA - RNA Structure Standards word
DNA Structure Review Questions word
DNA Replication Standard  word
Transcription and Translation Standard word
                includes Practice Questions
DNA Crossword  
pdf

Central Dogma
DNA and RNA coloring:  word   
Transcription and Translation coloring  
word  pdf
Breaking the Code (Decoding practice)    pdf  key
Replication Review  word  answers
Transcription Review
word  answers
Translation Review  
word  answers
Mutation Review  
word  answers

Translation BINGO    pdf
Genetics Note-Taking Chart  pdf
What Geneticists Do  pdf

Meiosis in Action:  pdf   (meiosis movie)
Concept Map   
word  pdf

Genetics Review Word Scrabble Puzzle:   pdf

Web Quests
Tour the Basics Webquest  pdf
DNA Web Quest #1  word  pdf
Mitosis and Meiosis Web Quest #2  word   pdf
Lecture Notes (word or pdf documents)
Chapter 12 Structured Notes:  word
Chapter 13 Structure Notes:   word
Lecture Slide Presentations (powerpoint)
Chapter 12:  powerpoint  pdf
Chapter 13:   
powerpoint  pdf
DNA: Molecular Basis of Heredity  
powerpoint
Mitosis vs Meiosis:  powerpoint  pdf
Meiosis Square Dance (movie)
Meiosis Movie (
movie)
Meiosis Movie (
flash)
PowerPoint 2003 Viewer       
(free download from Microsoft)
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Unit 3 Genetics Handouts and Study Guides
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Reiji Okazaki
(1930 – 1975)
was a Japanese
molecular biologist
known for his
research in DNA
replication and especially for
describing the role of so-called
Okazaki fragments which he
discovered working
with his wife
Tsuneko Okazaki
in 1968.

Reiji Okazaki was born in
Hiroshima, Japan. He graduated
in 1953 from Nagoya University,
and worked as a professor there
after 1963. Okazaki died of
leukemia only a few years after
his discovery. He was exposed to
heavy radiation when he was in
Hiroshima when the first atomic
bomb was dropped.