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3 Responses to “DNA Explained”

  1. Crocodile Chuck says:

    BR

    Has the formatting of TBP changed? Its rendering blue on my iMac-& I’ve already had my 3rd cup of coffee!

  2. supercorm says:

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  3. lucas says:

    These 3-minute “explanations” are great summaries, but not really teaching tools. They are comprehensible only if you already know what the the narrator is talking about. Otherwise the powerpoint/animation makes little sense. Students really enjoy these videos as culminating activities.