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Using Amino Acid Sequences to Show Evolutionary Relationships

Junior biologists compare the amino acid sequences from fragments of five different globin molecules. They count the letter differences between each species pair. They construct a graphic representation of the evolutionary relationships among the five molecules, a phylogenetic tree. This lesson plan is not engaging, but it is beneficial for an advanced biology class.

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Resource Details

Grade
10th - 12th
Subjects
Biology
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Resource Type
Lesson Plans
Language
English
Duration
1 hr
Instructional Strategy
Research
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