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FB1569 - $22.60
How much bacteria grows in refrigerated milk? What happens if milk stands out for a day or even for a few hours? Students test refrigerated milk, boiled milk, and room temperature milk to determine and compare their relative bacterial conditions. Students...
FB1626 - $24.45
The unique color changes will help your students understand the fermentation process. A glucose solution is inoculated with yeast in an Erlenmeyer flask and then connected with a tube to a gas-collecting chamber. As fermentation occurs, the depletion...
FB0480 - $46.45
Students will culture bacteria in simple infusion cultures and then prepare slides to observe and identify the bacteria through a microscope. Working individually, through self-paced experiments, students will gain vital and practical laboratory experience...
FB1636 - $15.65
Bacterial morphology, the shape of individual cells, is the primary characteristic used to classify this enormously complex group of organisms. This culture set will enable your students to observe firsthand the three basic shapes of bacterial cells....
FB1658 - $92.70
A great introduction to soil microecology and how soil influences all multi-cellular organisms in an ecosystem. How much bacteria is in your soil? What is the purpose of bacteria in soil? Students will use Petrifilm™ strips and serial dilutions of...
FB1785 - $53.70
One of the last frontiers in science today is the very dirt beneath our feet! The organisms that inhabit the soil are responsible for all of the ecological cycles that make life possible for plants and animals. In this kit, students will gain valuable...
AB1152 - $58.95
Students will determine the presence or absence of coliform bacteria (indicative of the presence of untreated sewage and potentially pathogenic bacteria) in water supplies. By observing a dramatic color change that occurs in a lactose broth medium,...
FB0767 - $53.10
Now your students can conduct real bacteriology labs-without real bacteria. Ideal for middle-level students and for teachers lacking the facilities or the inclination to work with bacteria-and without the hassles of ordering, culturing and incubating....
FB1793 - $69.95
Provide your students with a hands-on look at the real world effectiveness of various antibacterial substances on bacteria. Students thoroughly investigate and compare several antiseptic and disinfectant products such as soap, alcohol and bleach. With...
FB1886 - $50.00
Introduce students to the study of biofilms, which has become a major area of research in recent years. “Slime cities” thrive wherever there is water- in laundry rooms, on contact lenses, and even teeth, to name a few. These slimy surfaces are known...
FB1227 - $81.85
Perform coliform testing without the mess of making and sterilizing Petri dishes! This kit uses the revolutionary new Petrifilm™ culture plates. E.coli Coliform Plates are ready for immediate use when you receive them. The paper-thin media film is...
FB1218 - $42.15
Yuk! That's what your students will say when they see microbes growing on their agar plates. Students will be amazed at the microbes they find on “clean” surfaces! Once additional testing is completed, students will determine whether antibacterial...
FB1219 - $58.00
Reduce preparation time and provide a safe first microbiology experiment for your students. Let students safely culture microbes they collect and test factors affecting their growth. This kit contains the new and innovative 3M™ Petrifilm™ plates. These...
FB1610 - $106.85
Become a mold detective! Where are molds found? Where are they most prevalent? Why are they potentially harmful? Students will use preparation-free 3M™ Petrifilm™ Yeast and Mold Count Plates to grow samples of molds collected from the environment....
FB1574 - $35.80
Students observe microbial growth in their personally constructed Winogradsky column with soil collected from their surroundings. Repeating the soil microbe-growing technique, made famous by the Russian microbiologist, Sergei Winogradsky, is fun and...
FB1752 - $40.95
For many people, the thought of microorganisms all around us, all the time, is just gross-but it is a fact of life! Introduce your students to the diverse and fascinating world of environmental microbes “hiding in plain sight” with this hands-on culturing...
FB1764 - $28.90
Although microorganisms live very comfortably on and/or in almost everything imaginable, most people do not give that fact a second thought when they go out to eat. Initiate a lively discussion about the safe handling of food, after students “eat”...
FB1464 - $73.05
These disks are used to test the effectiveness of particular antimicrobial agents (antibiotics) against specific target organisms. The number given after the name of each agent is the dosage per disk in micrograms. An organism is considered sensitive...
FB2058 - $134.10
Students will determine the presence or absence of coliform bacteria (indicative of the presence of untreated sewage and potentially pathogenic bacteria) in water supplies. By observing a dramatic color change that occurs in a lactose broth medium,...
FB2057 - $49.00
How much bacteria grows in refrigerated milk? What happens if milk stands out for a day or even for a few hours? Students test refrigerated milk, boiled milk, and room temperature milk to determine and compare their relative bacterial conditions. Students...
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