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- Carbohydrates, DNA, Fats, and Proteins
Food Analysis - Testing Some Common Foods - Student Laboratory Kit
AP8635
Proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins—your students have surely heard these words, and may have an understanding of what they are, but this Flinn-developed lab activity will allow students to relate these terms to the foods they eat every day. Usin...
 
Introduction to Carbohydrates - Structure and Properties - Student Laboratory Kit
AP1766
Break the carbohydrate code in this engaging “mystery lab.” Students learn about the structure and properties of carbohydrates and apply their knowledge to identify unknowns. The identities of five carbohydrates—starch, glucose, fructose, lactose and...
 
Milk Is a Natural - Biology, Chemistry, and Nutrition Laboratory Kit
AP6120
Got milk? From glossy magazine ads to flashy billboards, the message to drink milk is all around us. Why is milk considered a nutritionally complete food source? In this real-world lab activity, students separate the protein and carbohydrate componen...
 
Milk is a Natural - Biology, Chemistry, and Nutrition Super Value Laboratory Kit
AP7582
Got milk? From glossy magazine ads to flashy billboards, the message to drink milk is all around us. Why is milk considered a nutritionally complete food source? In this real-world lab activity, students separate the protein and carbohydrate componen...
 
Chemical Testing of DNA - Student Laboratory Kit
FB1982
Nucleic acids were first extracted from cells in 1869—long before Watson and Crick were born. Explore some of the same techniques used by scientists to determine the chemical composition of nucleic acids back when the contents of cells were unknown. ...
 
Properties of Lipids - Student Laboratory Kit
AP1773
Fats and oils, waxes and cholesterol, steroid hormones and Vitamins A and D—what do these natural products have in common? All of these substances belong to the diverse class of biological compounds called lipids. In this three-part student laborator...
 
Identifying Proteins and Amino Acids - Student Laboratory Kit
AP1769
The numbers are staggering! Starting with only about 20 different naturally occurring amino acids, a single cell may synthesize more than 3,000 different types of proteins. How do amino acids link together to build a protein? What role do amino acids...
 
Isolation of a Protein
FB1873
A single cell may contain more than 3000 different proteins! How do biologists study proteins? In this lab, students use classic biochemical techniques to isolate the protein sucrase from yeast cells. The identity of the isolated protein, an enzyme, ...
 
Physical Properties of Proteins - Student Laboratory Kit
AP1768
Structure determines function—this is one of the most universal themes in biochemistry. What factors influence the properties of proteins and determine their structure and function? In this hands-on student laboratory kit, students examine the effect...
 
pH and Protein Solubility - A Reversible Demonstration Kit
AP6692
Demonstrate the properties of proteins and the effect of pH on protein solubility with this colorful and reversible activity. Proteins contain many acidic and basic groups that have different structures at different pH values. When acids and bases ar...
 
Determining Protein Concentration—Student Laboratory Kit
FB1974
Proteins represent the most diverse class of biological compounds within cells. In this lab, students will quantify the amount of proteins in a sample using a simple color test based on reaction of the protein’s polypeptide backbone with copper ions....
 
Essential Protein and Enzyme Multi-Demonstration Kit
FB2015
Welcome to the exciting world of proteins and enzymes! Demonstrate the diverse scientific studies encompassing the chemical processes of living things. Essential life processes that may be understood using biochemical principles include cell signalin...
 
Amino Acid Starter Kit
FB1946
Comprehending protein structure can be difficult. Students use this kinesthetic kit to investigate the atomic structure of the 20 amino acids. It is this atomic structure that gives each amino acid its acidic, basic, hydrophobic, hydrophilic, and cys...
 
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