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BBC - Norfolk Kids - Science A-Z: DNA Website from the BBC looking at DNA and it's importance. Ok it is a little UK-centric but shows how DNA is of importance to all aspects of Biology. Some good links here too; DNA.gov: Basic Biology of DNA Brief but informative on the bare bones of DNA.

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Kids learn about DNA and genes in the science of biology including the deoxyribonucleic acid molecule, nucleotides, codons, and interesting facts. Parents and Teachers: Support Ducksters by following us on or . History Biography Geography Science Games. Science >> Biology for ...

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A lesson on genetics, it defines the central principle of biology and explains how DNA works to translate proteins. It compares mitosis and meiosis, and also explains how Mendelian genetics differs from the current understanding of genetics.

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Genetics - What are Genes? Kids like asking questions about science. Find out about genetics, what are genes and why parents with brown eyes have a child with blue eyes. Kids Science Trivia Questions. Why is DNA described as the “double helix of life”? Where are chromosomes found within a living cell? Find the answers to these kids science ...

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Understanding DNA is kind of like understanding LEGOs. Imagine you have 80 LEGO bricks and only four colors to make a tower—the pattern you create will vary even though you only have four colors. Consider yourself the DNA and build, keeping two colors together at all times.

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Kids learn about genetics and heredity including how information is passed from parents to offspring. Subjects include genes, chromosomes, DNA, Mendel, hereditary patterns, and interesting facts about genetics.

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DNA is the material that carries all the information about how a living thing will look and function. For instance, DNA in humans determines such things as what color the eyes are and how the lungs work. Each piece of information is carried on a different section of the DNA. These sections are called genes. DNA is short for deoxyribonucleic acid.

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This newest science animation is about genes, DNA and Chromosomes. There is SO much more to say about this subject, but I decided to start off with the basics, and I will definitely make another ...

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We hear about DNA in movies like Jurassic Park and X-men, we learn bits and pieces about it from TV shows like Dexter and and CSI, but what exactly is DNA, and how does it work?

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DNA Details DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid. It is special, because it holds the code for every cell in your body. That's right. Every cell in your body uses DNA as an instruction manual. If you want to take away the importance of that statement, you can say that DNA is just a long spiral chain of nucleotides. But it's more. So much more.