Advanced PlacementCollegeHigh School / Biology


Students use a conductivity sensor to explain the results of different concentrations of salt water on plant tissue before they design an experiment to compare the water potential of different plant tissues.


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4_ABI_Plasmolysis.cap 6.65 KB
4_ABI_Plasmolysis_S.docx 224.20 KB
4_ABI_Plasmolysis_S.pdf 412.41 KB
4_ABI_Plasmolysis.spklab 7.95 KB

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Standards Correlations

IB Topics AP Topics
1.4 2-2.D; 2-2.F; 2-2.H; 2-2.I

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Wireless Conductivity Sensor

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Source: Lab #04

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