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Soil pH

Students use a pH sensor to investigate how local soil quality may impact the ability to support agricultural crops.

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Photosynthesis of Aquatic Plants

Students use an optical dissolved oxygen sensor and a photosynthesis tank to study the photosynthetic rate of aquatic plants under different...

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High School / BiologyEnvironmental Science

Metabolism of Yeast

Students use a carbon dioxide sensor to compare the metabolic rate of yeast in aerobic and anaerobic conditions.

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Energy Content of Food

Students use a wireless temperature link and a fast response temperature probe to compare the amount of energy available from different food...

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Cellular Respiration in Yeast

Students use an optical dissolved oxygen sensor and a fast response temperature probe to investigate the effect of temperature on the cellular...

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Acid Rain

Students use a pH sensor to measure the impact atmospheric pollutants have on rainfall and plant growth.

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Buffers in Biological Systems

Students use a pH sensor to explore the effect buffers have on the ability of a cell to maintain homeostasis

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Respiration of Germinating Seeds

Students use a carbon dioxide gas sensor to explore the energy requirements of seeds moving from dormancy to germination.

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Plant Respiration and Photosynthesis

Students use a carbon dioxide gas sensor to measure the rates of photosynthesis and respiration in spinach leaves.

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Osmosis

Students use a pressure sensor to study the movement of water through a cell membrane model by osmosis.

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