Featured in PASCO’s College Biology Instructor Guide
College Instructor edition with 26 experiments covering introductory and general biology topics.
Use a choice chamber to measure an organism's preference for different
- Students design and carry out a controlled experiment to investigate an organism's response to environmental variables.
- Students explore different types of animal behavior such as orientation behavior, agonistic behavior, or dominance display.
Students gain experience conducting the following procedures:
- Designing a controlled experiment.
- Measuring an organism's preference for environmental factors.
Additional stimulus agents
Filter paper, round - 3 to 4
Petri dish with lid - 2
Pillbugs, living - 10 to 15
The Associated Bundle:
A complete probeware bundle designed for PASCO's College Biology curriculum