This biology homework page is perfect for helping students to review historical events that led to the discovery of DNA as the genetic material. It focuses them on the biggest scientific discoveries by Watson and Crick, Avery, Griffith, Hershey and Chase, and Chargaff. This one page worksheet is designed to have meaningful, thought-provoking, and creative questions that are respectful of student time.
***This page is part of my giant Biology Homework for a Year Bundle. Click here to read about that whole year bundle if you want to buy a whole year’s worth of homework pages at a discount as compared to buying them separately. ***
***This page is also part of a Protein Synthesis Unit Homework Bundle. Click here to read about this unit bundle. ***
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