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FB1867 - $79.10
Lab isn't always about getting the “right” answer; it's also about learning to think. The purpose of this inquiry-based lab is to analyze background information, develop a hypothesis, and design and carry out an experiment to determine the optimum...
FB1869 - $61.35
Enzymes are complex proteins that act as biochemical catalysts. In this controlled experiment, students investigate the effects of two enzymes, pectinase and cellulase, on the amount of juice obtained from an apple. Pectinase breaks down pectin-part...
FB1872 - $43.50
Four “out of sight” activities that will stay in your students' minds long after they leave the classroom! •  In the first activity, students explore their depth perception skills and discover the advantages of binocular vision. •  Then they...
FB1909 - $31.10
Loose joints? Creaky joints? Get those joints moving again using our three-dimensional wooden joint models! Teaching students how bones interact to form joints is difficult if all you have are pictures. Increase student understanding of how joints...
FB1862 - $44.35
Explore the roles of enzymes and the chemical reactions involved in the human digestive system. The lab starts with amylase, which catalyzes the initial breakdown of starch molecules in the mouth. Students then observe the reaction of the enzyme pepsin...
FB0052 - $102.60
Your students will conduct a multi-faceted investigation into the senses of vision and hearing-perhaps the two most important senses for gathering information. Topics studied include: how a lens affects vision, field of vision, peripheral vision, capturing...
FB1863 - $82.75
Add insight to students' understanding of the role of clinical lab tests in diagnosing diseases! A hemocytometer is an instrument used in medical settings to manually count cells. In this experiment, students use hemocytometers to count red blood cells...
FB1790 - $53.65
ELISA is an acronym for the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay—a widely used test to screen patients for allergies or certain diseases. In this interactive demonstration, you will guide your students through a realistic simulation of the steps involved...
FB1998 - $28.40
The bicycle race is over and the top three finishers have been accused of cheating by blood-doping, a means of artificially increasing the number of red blood cells in the body. Students become real-world lab technicians as they analyze red blood cell...
FB2010 - $42.55
Sweeten the experience of learning anatomical terminology by dissecting gelatin gingerbread men! Students practice anatomical terminology by correctly following the dissection instructions. Specific cuts along the medial and transverse planes are made...
FB2020 - $22.75
A properly functioning heart is essential to good health. But how is the heart’s function evaluated? One method is with the use of electrocardiograms (ECG). Learn how to read an ECG and correlate the steps involved in a normal heart rhythm with electrical...
FB2051 - $83.55
Explore the roles of enzymes and the chemical reactions involved in the human digestive system. The lab starts with amylase, which catalyzes the initial breakdown of starch molecules in the mouth. Students then observe the reaction of the enzyme pepsin...
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