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In this activity, learners make slides of onion cells and their own cheek cells. Use this lab to teach learners how to prepare microscope slides and use a microscope.
This investigation provides learners with a hands-on activity that simulates the changing relationship of surface areas-to-volume for a growing cell.
Role-playing the parts of chromosomes and centrioles, learners use large chromosome models and nylon cords (spindle fibers and cell membranes) to walk through the processes of mitosis and meiosis.
In this lab exercise, learners explore diffusion, cell membranes and particle size using beets and three alcohols.
This activity is about collecting and analyzing DNA as part of a criminal investigation.
Learners use a simple process to extract DNA from strawberries.
In this activity, learners investigate the process of osmosis by adding salt to a sealed bag of raw carrots and comparing it to a control.
In this activity, learners extract DNA from a strawberry and discover that DNA is in the food they eat.
Working in small groups, learners receive a written scenario regarding a bacterium with a certain goal it must carry out.
In this activity, learners use bubbles to investigate the structure and unique properties of cell membranes. Bubbles serve as macroscopic models that mimic the cells' phospholipid bilayers.