Advanced Placement / Biology


Students use multiple temperature probes simultaneously to investigate the body’s ability to maintain homeostasis when subjected to a cold stimulus.

Source: Advanced Biology Through Inquiry


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Standards Correlations

IB Topics AP Topics
N/A 3; 4

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Temperature Link

Wireless Temperature Sensor Link

The Wireless Temperature Link enables wireless connection for any PASCO temperature probe with a 3.5-mm connection. This wireless temperature sensor is compatible with our fast response temperature probe that connects to the front of the sensor.

Temperature Sensor

Wireless Temperature Sensor

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