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Structure of Seeds and Effects of Fertilizer on Plant Growth

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Middle School Experiment:
Students learn about the structural components of seeds of higher plants and the functions of each of these components. Students also investigate how fertilizer affects the growth of plants, particularly of seedlings, and how this relates to seed structure. More...

Published by Ben Stark
Middle School

Classification of an Echinoderm

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High School Experiment:
To understand how the starfish relates to its classification. Students will give three characteristics of each animal, so they can identify the organism. All students will discuss the relationship between the arthropods and echinoderms. More...

Published by Henry Dill
High School

Movement Across the Membrane (Diffusion)

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High School Experiment:
The main objectives of this Mini-teach are to explain the concept of diffusion and to show the process how all materials enter and leave the cell. Includes 3 diffusion experiments and 3 osmosis experiments. More...

Published by Kelly Ludwig
High School

Invertebrate Diversity

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High School Experiment:
Students compare basic characteristics of earthworms, snails, and several arthropods, all of which can be purchased at low cost from local pet stores. More...

Published by Ingrid Waldron and Jennifer Doherty
High School

What Parts of a Plant Do We Eat?

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High School Experiment:
Students review the structure of angiosperm plants and learn about the diversity of plant form by using evidence from examination of fruits and vegetables to identify which part of the plant each fruit or vegetable is. More...

Published by Ingrid Waldron and Jennifer Doherty
High School

Studying Our Senses

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High School Experiment:
Students investigate how a person identifies different flavors of jellybeans and explore the surprising ways the brain interprets the patterns of light and dark that reach our eyes. More...

Published by Ingrid Waldron and Jennifer Doherty
High School

Mitosis, Meiosis and Fertilization

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High School Experiment:
Students use sockosome models of chromosomes (made from pairs of socks) to understand the processes of mitosis, meiosis and fertilization. Students are also introduced to the concept that understanding meiosis and fertilization provides the basis for understanding genetics and learn how a mistake in meiosis can result in Down Syndrome. More...

Published by Ingrid Waldron and Jennifer Doherty
High School

Investigating Osmosis

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High School Experiment:
Students make predictions about the effects of osmosis and design an experiment to test these predictions. The experimental approach is similar to the diffusion activity, but focused specifically on osmosis. More...

Published by Ingrid Waldron and Jennifer Doherty
High School

Macromolecule Lab

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High School Experiment:
Students experiment with different unknown substances and test if they are composed of different macromolecules. Including Monosaccharides Sugar - Polysaccharides Starch - Lipids Oils. More...

Published by Lesson Plans Inc.
High School

Population Ecology Lab

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High School Experiment:
Students participate in an activity that models a population of rabbits and how density-dependent factors affect a population size. Topics included are competition, predation, exponential growth, logistic growth, carry capacity, limiting factors, growth calculations and graphs. More...

Published by Lesson Plans Inc.
High School

Water Cohesion Lab

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High School Experiment:
Students examine the cohesive properties of water by dropping water onto a penny. Topics include cohesion, adhesion, polar molecules, hydrogen bonds and graphing. More...

Published by Lesson Plans Inc.
High School

Plant Cell Osmosis Lab

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High School Experiment:
Students will learn about osmosis using a microscope and the water plant Elodea in three different types of solutions: pond water, salt water and distilled water. Topics include concentration gradients, central vacuole, and plant cells. More...

Published by Lesson Plans Inc.
High School

Intro to Microscopes Lab

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Middle School Experiment:
This is a simple lab where students learn how to properly use the microscope. Topics include focusing, field of view, resolution, making a wet-mount slide, and measuring with a ruler. More...

Published by Lesson Plans Inc.
Middle School

Biological Acids and Bases Lab

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High School Experiment:
Great Biochemistry Lab. Students test common household acids and bases. Topics include pH scale, hydrogen ions, hydroxide ions, enzymes, plants, and respiratory system of the human body. More...

Published by Lesson Plans Inc.
High School

Slime Lab

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Middle School Experiment:
Students will design their own experiment making slime. They are given a certain amount of materials to make the slime but no procedures or concentrations of materials. Topics include scientific method, science discovery, and polymers. More...

Published by Lesson Plans Inc.
Middle School
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