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Innovating Science™ Distance Learning: Cellular Respiration- What Sugar Does Yeast Like Best

Allows students to understand yeast may use different options for energy production with varying degrees of effectiveness

Supplier:  Innovating Science™ IS1510

Catalog No. S08201

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  • Objectives:
    • Expose living yeast cells to glucose, sucrose, and lactose
    • Observe yeast using sugar as food source
    • Allows students to understand yeast can use different options for energy production
    • Use pH indicator to indirectly determine the effectiveness of each sugar
  • Includes:
    • 10 mL 0.5% litmus
    • 1 g dehydrated yeast
    • 5 mL 0.1M sodium hydroxide
    • 1 glucose QuickSolution (to make 30 mL)
    • 1 sucrose QuickSolution (to make 30 mL)
    • 1 lactose QuickSolution (to make 30 mL)
    • 6 plastic cups
    • 2 plastic scoops
    • 2 pipettes
  • Notes:
    • Contains and an instruction manual and enough materials for two groups


7 to 15
12 to 20


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