AP Biology Lab 6: Molecular Biology

Paul Andersen explains the two major portions of the molecular biology lab in AP Biology. He starts by discussing the process of transformation. He explains how you can use the pGLO plasmid to produce glowing E. coli bacteria. He then describes how you can use restriction enzymes and the process of gel electrophoresis to cut and separate DNA. Intro Music Atribution Title: I4dsong_loop_main.wav Artist: CosmicD Link to sound: www.freesound.org Creative Commons Atribution License

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10 Responses to AP Biology Lab 6: Molecular Biology

  1. Maggie Ryan says:

    This video was awesome. I spent a week on this with my IB Bio 2 class and the easy diagrams really helped explain what I was doing in the labs. Thanks, I wish you were my professor!

  2. Cronorchy says:

    What do you use to write? Do you just use a mouse? Or is it one of those draw pads?

  3. Jason Wu says:

    very high quality lesson.

  4. xImxWithxYoux1 says:

    LOL finals tomorrow, almost done watching all 1st semester labs 😀

  5. Ted XENG says:

    thank you! 

  6. 129missJessica says:

    Thank you so much you seem to make everything simple to me! I always check your page to see if you have a video on all my science problems!

  7. Kesonjeta says:

    Why does science make my brain melt! D:

  8. jen71264 says:

    haha, same! i just wanna sleep, but i need to finish them tonight

  9. derekd8823 says:

    I was doing good, but this one wore me out…. haha, best of luck to all y’all tomorrow from Texas!

  10. Melissa Pannone says:

    mine didnt work :( but great explination

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