High School / Biology

Enzyme Activity (Oxygen)

Students will use an oxygen gas sensor to compare the rate of hydrogen peroxide decomposition with and without a catalyst.

High School / Biology

Enzyme Activity (Pressure)

Students will use a pressure sensor to compare the rate of hydrogen peroxide decomposition with and without a catalyst.

High School / Biology

Exercise and Blood Pressure

In this investigation, students will learn how to measure blood pressure and understand how aerobic exercise affects blood pressure and heart...

High School / Biology

Muscle Strength

Students will use a pressure sensor to test grip strength and to investigate muscle fatigue.

High School / BiologyLife Science

Heart Rate

Students will use the Hand Grip Heart Rate sensor to learn about the circulatory systemby monitoring their heart rate while resting and while...

Advanced Placement / Biology

Enzyme Activity

In this lab, students investigate the catalyzed decomposition of hydrogen peroxide by catalase or peroxidase using a pressure sensor to monitor...

Advanced Placement / Biology

Diffusion

In this lab, students investigate the diffusion of ions through a semipermeable membrane using apple cider vinegar and a pH sensor.

Advanced Placement / Biology

Osmosis

In this lab, students build models that help them understand how blood osmolarity and kidney function maintain homeostasis. Students will determine...

Advanced Placement / Biology

Plasmolysis

In this lab, students will examine red onion tissue for evidence of plasmolysis in the cells. Students will observe plant tissue in three solutions...

Advanced Placement / Biology

Cell Size

In this lab, students will model the effect of cell size on diffusion using agarose cubes containing a high salt concentration. Agarose cubes...

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