DNA Extraction Lab - FREE Step by Step Guide with Pictures

DNA Extraction Lab - FREE Step by Step Guide with Pictures
DNA Extraction Lab - FREE Step by Step Guide with Pictures
DNA Extraction Lab - FREE Step by Step Guide with Pictures
DNA Extraction Lab - FREE Step by Step Guide with Pictures
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NGSSHS-LS3-1
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The DNA Extraction Lab has to be one of the best and easiest hands on science activities to implement! I was very nervous to do my first in class "experiment" with students. I feared a total classroom management breakdown. Surprisingly, it went much better than expected!

Materials:

  • Strawberries/kiwi (at least 2 per group)
  • Zip lock bags (one per group)
  • 2 tbs dish washing liquid per group
  • 2 tbs salt per group
  • 1 coffee filter per group
  • 1 clear plastic cup (or any other clear glass lab equipment) per group
  • ¼ cup cold rubbing alcohol per group
  • 1 coffee stirrer per group
  • A few extra plastic cups for passing out materials

To help you implement this lab, I'm uploading this FREE step by step presentation with student and teacher instructions. Pictures are included for every step of the way!

Click here to access a 4 page PDF worksheet for students. It includes a full page of background information covering the history of DNA and the reason for each of the steps in the lab. Answer key is also included.

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NGSSHS-LS3-1
Ask questions to clarify relationships about the role of DNA and chromosomes in coding the instructions for characteristic traits passed from parents to offspring. Assessment does not include the phases of meiosis or the biochemical mechanism of specific steps in the process.
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