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Scientific Method - Senses Lab

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High School Experiment:
Students learn the scientific method, variables, and graphing by measuring their reflexes when dropping a ruler. More...

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High School

Enzyme Lab

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High School Experiment:
Students learn about enzymes, how temperature affects enzymes, observe reactions, and see how enzymes can break apart substrates. More...

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High School

Mixing Polar and Nonpolar Liquids

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High School Experiment:
Students can test to determine if a liquid is polar or nonpolar. Easy and fast lipid demo. More...

Published by US Army
High School

Creating Coacervates

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High School Experiment:
Students mix a carbohydrate solution with a protein solution, adjust the pH, and view coacervates: amoeba-like objects, which change shape, flow, merge, divide, form "vacuoles", release "vacuole contents", and show other life-like properties. Students understand that under suitable conditions, life-like structures can form naturally from relatively simple materials. More...

Published by Larry Flammer
High School

Biodiversity of Ponds

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High School Experiment:
Students will observe and record data from 3 samples of pond water. Students will identify organisms (protists, arthropods..etc) and numbers of organisms in each. Students will prepare a report that discusses the biodiversity of each pond. More...

Published by Shannan Muskopf
High School

Structure and Function of Seeds

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Middle School Experiment:
In the following exercises the structure of a seed (particularly the embryo) is observed and two experiments are performed to show the function of the cotyledons in providing nourishment to the plant during the early times after germination. More...

Published by Ben Stark
Middle School

Transportation in Plants

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High School Experiment:
Students will understand how the forces of adhesion and cohesion and the process of transpiration aid in the transportation of water through the plant. Students will recognize the form and function of stomata. More...

Published by Matthew Gibson
High School

Insect Inquiries

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High School Experiment:
The main objective of this lesson is to develop in the learner a curiosity about the insect world. Students will collect and observe insects native to the area. More...

Published by Allen Nelson
High School

Deciduous and Coniferous Trees

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Elementary School Experiment:
There are distinguishing characteristics of deciduous and coniferous trees. Students will learn through a hands-on approach about these characteristics. More...

Published by Jenifer Bain & Erin McCall
Elementary School

Comparing the Ameba to the Paramecium

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High School Experiment:
Students will observe a living Amoeba and a living paramecium and compare how each specimen moves. Using a microscope, students will draw both protozoans, estimate how many there are oin the field of view, and answer several analysis questions. More...

Published by Shannan Muskopf
High School

Plants - Which sex is it?

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High School Experiment:
Students should, when complete, be able to identify the parts of a flower and tell whether or not the flower has both male and female sex organs (perfect) or just one sex organ (imperfect). More...

Published by Pamela Moy
High School

Moldy Jell-O

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High School Experiment:
Students design experiments to determine how substrate and environmental conditions influence growth of common molds. More...

Published by Ingrid Waldron and Jennifer Doherty
High School

Feedback Mechanisms Lab

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High School Experiment:
Students will model how the endocrine system uses feedback mechanisms to maintain homeostasis. The lab focuses on blood sugar levels including: insulin hormones, glucagon hormone, pancreas, liver, and the bloodstream. More...

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High School
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