Online Exhibits

What color eyes will your children have?  How do you get DNA out of a strawberry?  What do your genes actually look like?  These questions and more can be answered using the fun, interactive, online exhibits below.  Go ahead, click and enjoy!

What Color Eyes will your Children Have?

What Color Eyes will your Children Have?
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Are Genetic Tests Right For You

Watch these five animated videos to get an idea about whether you are ready to take an online genetic test. You might be surprised by what you find...
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DNA Roulette

Play this fun game to learn how genes and the environment work together to determine who you are.
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Do-it-Yourself Strawberry DNA

Strawberries, bacteria, humans—all living things have genes, and all of these genes are made of DNA. That's why scientists can take a gene from one living thing and put it into another.
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PTC Tasting

PTC Tasting... Can You Taste it?
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Zooming In to DNA

Zooming In to DNA
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Seeing Color

It takes color sensing cells, like cones, to perceive color from the environment, and Humans arent the only ones!
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Blushing From Alcohol

Why is Anne blushing? Find out how genetics can explain why some people turn red when they drink alcohol.
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Genes In Common

You don't look much like a fly or a worm. But believe it or not, you share genes with both of them—and with every other living organism.
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Genes on Board

People with hemochromatosis absorb too much iron from their food. Everyone needs iron—it helps blood do its job. But absorbing too much iron damages the heart, liver, and other organs.
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Are you a Super Taster?

Some people think broccoli tastes unbearably bitter, and ice cream tastes sickeningly sweet, and lemonade tastes painfully sour. These people are supertasters.
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