Showing 7 experiments that use the Wireless Temperature Sensor Link.

High School / Biology

Regulation of Body Heat

Students use two fast response temperature probes to look for evidence of homeostasis while experiencing changes in external body temperature.

Source: Essential Biology Teacher Lab Manual

High School / BiologyEnvironmental Science

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...

Source: Essential Biology Teacher Lab Manual

High School / BiologyEnvironmental Science

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...

Source: Essential Biology Teacher Lab Manual

Advanced Placement / Biology

Homeostasis

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

Source: Advanced Biology Through Inquiry

High School / Chemistry

Varying Reaction Rates

Students will use a wireless temperature link with a fast response temperature probe to investigate how different temperatures affect the rate...

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Biology

Cell Size

Students use temperature probes to measure the effect of cell size on cell cooling rate using cubes of potato tissue.

Source: Advanced Biology Through Inquiry

LEGACY
Advanced Placement / Biology

Homeostasis

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

Source: Advanced Biology Through Inquiry

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