[LS1-1] Doodle Diagrams
Description: A collection of diagrams that work great as a visual aide for teaching how DNA creates proteins. Covers RNA transcription, protein translation, and protein function.
Who Should Use: This resource is intended as a tool for teachers or parents to augment a current biology curriculum. However, students conducting independent study should be able to explore these resources on their own!
How to Use: This document contains 2 versions of the doodle diagrams. The teacher can use the filled-out version to guide students through the biological hierarchy as they fill in the blank version.
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