Senior biology students use a DNA barcoding kit to test local grocery store fish samples, and discover if the fish they bought is mislabeled and part of food fraud!
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The patchwork fur colour of Calico and tortoiseshell cats is an interesting case of genetics, heredity and sex-linked traits.
Learn about two taxonomy systems that scientists use to classify the life around us.
Be a biochemist! Learn how to extract DNA from an onion and find out what DNA looks like.
Mitosis is an important part of cell division that helps organisms grow and repair themselves.
Errors during meiosis can alter the number of chromosomes in cells and lead to genetic disorders.
In 2013, many Europeans learned their beef lasagnas were actually made of horse meat. Learn about food fraud, and how a Canadian invention can help detect it.
This backgrounder explains the different ways that cells repair damage to DNA.