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Exploring Biotechnology - 2 Book Series

UFR Code: 622
This two-book photocopiable series is designed for senior Biology students who are studying biotechnology. The activities are designed to introduce and explain key theories in biotechnological processes and give students the opportunity to experience how these processes work. Content includes: recognising restriction enzymes and their base sequence recognition sites; recognising ‘sticky ends’ after DNA cleavage by restriction enzymes; making a model of a recombinant plasmid; the order of steps in PCR; matching enzymes to their function; how DNA chips work, and much more. Suitable for ages 15 - 17.

Exploring Biotechnology - 2 Book Series

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UFR Code 622
Number of Pages No
Author Veronica Armstrong
Year Published 2008
Age Age 14–16, Age 16 plus
Keyword No

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