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a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hap Its a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hapIts a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hap Science Facts, Life Science, Science And Nature, Science News, Science Lessons, Ap Biology, Teaching Biology, Biology Facts, Molecular Biology

The Science of Getting Old

It’s a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually happens when you age? Why does your hair go grey? Why does your skin

a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hap Its a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hapIts a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hap Science Facts, Life Science, Science And Nature, Science News, Science Lessons, Ap Biology, Teaching Biology, Biology Facts, Molecular Biology

The Science of Getting Old

It’s a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually happens when you age? Why does your hair go grey? Why does your skin

a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hap Its a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hapIts a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hap Science Facts, Life Science, Science And Nature, Science News, Science Lessons, Ap Biology, Teaching Biology, Biology Facts, Molecular Biology

The Science of Getting Old

It’s a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually happens when you age? Why does your hair go grey? Why does your skin

a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hap Its a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hapIts a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually hap Science Facts, Life Science, Science And Nature, Science News, Science Lessons, Ap Biology, Teaching Biology, Biology Facts, Molecular Biology

The Science of Getting Old

It’s a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually happens when you age? Why does your hair go grey? Why does your skin

A nice visual: Genetics vs. Epigenetics [Illustration by AXS Biomedical Animation Studio, for "Hidden Switches in the Mind," by Eric Nestler, Scientific American, December Science Education, Life Science, Science And Nature, Science And Technology, Forensic Science, Higher Education, Computer Science, Molecular Biology, Ap Biology

Hidden Switches in the Mind

Genetics vs. Epigenetics [Illustration by AXS Biomedical Animation Studio, for "Hidden Switches in the Mind," by Eric Nestler, Scientific American, December 2011]

Genes are made up of DNA which is shaped like a twisted ladder with rungs made of molecules called nucleotide bases linked in specific pairs The arrangement of bases alon. Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Ap Biology, Science Biology, Teaching Biology, Science Education, Life Science, Biology Teacher, Biology Poster

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Genes are made up of DNA which is shaped like a twisted ladder with rungs made of molecules called nucleotide bases linked in specific pairs The arrangement of bases alon. Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Ap Biology, Science Biology, Teaching Biology, Science Education, Life Science, Biology Teacher, Biology Poster

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Topic 13: Cell cycle, DNA replication, mitosis and meiosis

DNA is found in the nucleus. It carries the genetic information in all eukaryotes. How is DNA organized? -its basic structure is the double helix -this is then wound around proteins (called histones) to form chromatin. Under an electron microscope, it looks like beads on a chain. This is the form that DNA is stored in between cell divisions -during cell division the DNA winds up more tightly and the chromatin coils on itself, looping and coiling to form thick rods called chromosomes, which…

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