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DNA Extraction Lab

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High School Experiment:
Students will extract and compare DNA from both bananas and strawberries. More...

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High School

Staying Young with Vitamin E

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High School Experiment:
The main objective of this Mini-teach is to explain how Vitamin E inhibits the oxidation of phospholipid and glycolipid molecules in cell membranes possibly preventing the aging of cells. More...

Published by Kelly Ludwig
High School

Regulation of Human Heart Rate

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High School Experiment:
Students learn how to measure heart rate accurately. Then students design and carry out an experiment to test the effects of an activity or stimulus on heart rate, analyze and interpret the data, and present their experiments in a poster session. More...

Published by Ingrid Waldron and Jennifer Doherty
High School

DNA Extraction

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High School Experiment:
Students extract DNA from their cheek cells and relate the steps in the procedure to the characteristics of cells and DNA. Students learn about DNA structure and replication during the intervals required for the extraction procedure. More...

Published by Ingrid Waldron and Jennifer Doherty
High School

Enzymes and Carbohydrates

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High School Experiment:
Students learn how enzymes function how they bind to specific substrates using lactose and sucrose. 3 mini experiments are included in this lesson plan. More...

Published by Ingrid Waldron and Jennifer Doherty
High School

Heredity Lab

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High School Experiment:
Students will determine what the head of their fictitious baby would look like using their genetics. More...

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High School

Quadrant Population Size Sampling

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High School Experiment:
Students use a quadrant sampling method to predict the population size of a certain type of plant. More...

Published by Janet McVittie
High School

Gene Expression - Ghost in Your Genes

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High School Experiment:
Students model how scientists use DNA microarrays to determine levels of gene expression in breast cancer patients, and then choose treatments based on what they learn. More...

Published by Margy Kuntz and NOVA / PBS
High School

Particulates in the Air

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High School Experiment:
Students put Petroleum jelly on microscope slides to collect air particulates at different locations. Students then discuss the likely sources of the particulates. More...

Published by Stephen Levine
High School

External Anatomy of a Frog

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High School Experiment:
The eyes, legs, and mouth of the frog is dissected and analyzed. More...

Published by Shannan Muskopf
High School

Fetal Pig Dissection

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High School Experiment:
Fetal Pig dissection lab manual. More...

Published by Shannan Muskopf
High School

Observation of a Living Earthworm

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High School Experiment:
Students observe a live earthworm and answer questions about the Phylum Annalida, segmentation, sides (dorsal, ventral, posterior, anterior), receptacles (clitellum, setae, seminal), and responses to stimuli. More...

Published by Shannan Muskopf
High School

Hydra Microscope Lab

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High School Experiment:
Students will observe a living and a preserved hydra using a microscope. Students will then draw what they observe and label the parts. Third, students will touch the hydra and to see how the it reacts. Last, students add some food to the slide and maybe watch the hydra feed. More...

Published by Shannan Muskopf
High School

The Earthworm and Soil Fertilization

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High School Experiment:
Students observe how an earthworm influences soil structure (The ingestion of soil; the partial breakdown of organic matter; the mixture of these factions, and the ejection of this material as surface or sub-surface casts; the formation of water-stable aggregates; the aeration of the soil, and the improvement of its water-holding capacity; the addition of lime to the soil.). Students should develop an appreciation for earthworms. More...

Published by Carolyn Matthews
High School

Breathing and Holding Your Breath

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High School Experiment:
Students begin with interactive activities to develop a basic understanding of regulation of breathing and then carry out an experiment to test whether changing levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide influence how long they can hold their breath. More...

Published by Ingrid Waldron and Jennifer Doherty
High School
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