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Use popsicle sticks, M&Ms or other colored tokens to demonstrate how DNA can be used to determine whether populations are isolated from one another.
This discussion explores why Dr. Epps collected droppings from all over the bighorn sheep range.
Use the DNA datasets to discuss the necessity of data manipulation and visualization.
Examine the DNA datasets and overview maps with the class.
Step by step instructions on how to analyze the data.
This optional extension for advanced students shows how Dr. Epps' genetic distance data and FST values are translated to the maps in the datasets.
Students transfer their data, and their predictions of where the highways are, to a larger class size map.
Students examine their data and think about what claims they can make.