Large Enough To See From The Back Of The Class.
- Works on Most Whiteboards
- Pre and post-laboratory assessments
- Links to real world concepts
Help students clearly visualize the steps of protein synthesis and save time creating lesson demonstrations. First, draw a picture of a cell on the board, complete with nucleus, ribosomes, ribosomal subunits and a membrane. Then, using the magnetic pieces and Velcro® in this kit, you can manipulate these large magnetized models in and around your drawing to clearly illustrate the different phases of the synthesis process. The models include a DNA double helix that separates, a complementary strand of mRNA, and four tRNA models, all of which fit together like a puzzle. Four amino acid models and three peptide bonds are also included. Teacher developed, these large magnetized models for easy viewing from all areas of the classroom. Partial assembly required. Includes a teacher’s guide with instructions. Grades 9–12.