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BioRad Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Kit for General Biology

Item #: FB2502 

Price: $170.52

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Explore both photosynthesis and cellular respiration using algae beads in a simple colorimetric assay. Includes materials and curriculum for 24 student workstations.

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Teach both photosynthesis and cellular respiration simultaneously in a single lab — with algae beads! The Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Kit for General Biology is a fun, easy-to-use, and more reliable alternative to the leaf disk and microrespirometer labs. The simple algae bead system in this kit is a great tool for students to learn experimental design and can help you dispel the common student misconception that plants only do photosynthesis.

 

Bio-Rad Item No.: 12005534EDU

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Features and Benefits

The Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Kit for General Biology was designed with Next Generation Science Standards* (NGSS) experts and teachers to help you meet the NGSS requirements for general biology. Students will engage in 3-dimensional learning as they explore both energy processes.

  • Lessons and content designed for the NGSS
  • All the consumables and reagents for 3 classes of 8 student workstations (24 total workstations)
  • Reusable algae beads for multiple class periods
  • Instructor’s Manual with lesson plans, graphical preparation instructions, and thorough troubleshooting information

This kit contains curriculum and sufficient materials for 3 classes of 8 student work stations (24 total workstations)

  • Day 1: Observing a hands-on phenomenon — to spark curiosity and to ask questions
  • Day 2: Planning an experiment with algae beads — to lead students through asking scientific questions and designing experiments
  • Days 3–4: Collecting data and constructing scientific explanations — to involve students in authentic scientific inquiry
  • Day 4: Answering post lab questions — to apply gained knowledge in new scenarios