Advanced Placement / Environmental Science

Toxicology Using Yeast

In this lab, students will use a carbon dioxide gas sensor and pH sensor to evaluate pH's role in toxicity and the role of cell culture in toxicology studies.


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20_Toxicology_Using_Yeast_S.docx 701.59 KB
20_Toxicology_Using_Yeast_S.pdf 196.36 KB
ENVSCI_20_Toxicology_Using_Yeast.spklab 387.83 KB

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Wireless CO₂ Sensor

Wireless CO₂ Sensor

The Wireless CO₂ Sensor measures carbon dioxide gas levels and wirelessly streams data to your computers, tablets, and smartphones.

pH Sensor

Wireless pH Sensor

Here’s the best tool for measuring pH since litmus paper. The Wireless pH Sensor connects via Bluetooth® to monitor the pH of solutions.

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Advanced Environmental & Earth Sciences

Toxicology Using Yeast