The following resources contain the remaining available Free Response Questions and Scoring Guidelines for the AP Biology Exam. Learn to think like a scientist, and become an independent investigator through student-directed laboratory investigations: Conduct a cell transformation experiment to make a cell glow Use DNA analysis to analyze a crime scene and make predictions about the suspect involvedAnalyze a newly discovered fossil to identify its species To access the files below, you need to log into your College Board account. He explains how you can use the pGLO plasmid to produce glowing E. He starts by discussing the process of transformation. If you do not have a College Board account, you can create one by selecting Sign In in the header and following the prompts to Sign-Up. He then describes how you can use restriction enzymes and the process of gel electrophoresis to cut and separate DNA.
Paul Andersen explains the two major portions of the molecular biology lab in AP Biology.
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