Advanced Placement Biology Kits
Advanced Placement Biology Kits
Explores the Water Quality Index.
Extensive curriculum uses exploration of the Water Quality Index to teach students STEM-based skills.
Analyze simulated blood plasma samples collected during a glucose tolerance test to determine if your patient has Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.
Students learn necessary components and conditions for photosynthesis using leaf disks to measure oxygen accumulation and its affect on the process.
Students genetically engineer bacteria through transformation with a plasmid that confers antibiotic resistance.
Students use small respirometers to determine O2 consumption.
Students will use turnip extracts to learn the nature and specificity of enzyme-catalyzed reactions.
To observe osmosis and diffusion in living tissue.
To study the process of artificial selection by using fast growing plants.
Use for blood typing of real human blood. Each vial contains enough antisera for 75 students. Refrigeration recommended until used. Materials from human-derived cell lines were found to be negative in tests for Hepatitis B, HIV and EBV.
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||3 x .0.5 x 0.5 in.|
|Class Size||75 Students|
|Product Type||Blood Typing Anti-Sera|
|Grade||7 to 14|
|For Use With (Application)||Use for blood typing of real human blood|
|Age||13 to 20|
Experiments help students develop an understanding of the molecular basis of diffusion and osmosis and its physiological importance.
Experiment demonstrates light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis by colorimetric assay, and helps students to gain an understanding of the biochemical processes by which they work.
Understand enzyme catalysis and protein structure-function relationships.
Students explore the genetic diversity of ten selected plants in this experiment. Edvotek™ Exploring Plant Diversity with DNA Barcoding Experiment Kit used to generate unique identification profiles for each plant.
Inquiry-based experiment, students learn about the concepts and methodology behind the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). Edvotek™ What's In My Lunch? Quantitative Milk Allergy ELISA Experiment Kit helps in detecting the presence of whey protein in various food products.
The objective of this experiment is to observe and record the effects of alcohol on normal and alcohol mutant strains of Caenorhabditis elegans. Edvotek™ Effects of Alcohol on C. elegans Experiment Kit contains LIVE materials and must be requested 1 week prior to lab.
Designed to introduce the basic concepts of fermentation and bioprocessing through the production of GFP protein in a small-scale fermentor. Edvotek™ Fermentation and Bioprocessing of GFP Experiment Kit is for 10 lab groups.
In this experiment, students observe and record the phenomenon by which normal and mutant strains of C. elegans can direct their movement in response to certain chemicals in the environment. Edvotek™ Chemotaxis: The Science of Attraction in C. elegans Experiment Kit contains five LIVE materials.
Experiment demonstrates the methodology used for measuring dissolved oxygen and determining the primary productivity of a natural body of water.
Students study effectiveness of fermentation process on different types of sugars by monitoring growth rate and respiration to determine the optimum food source for yeast.
Students explore a variety of diffusion and osmosis principles in this lab.
Key reagents are included to demonstrate photosynthesis.
Learn about Fruit Fly behavior
Students will study the cellular steps involved in DNA replication and cell division in both mitosis and meiosis.
Students study transpiration/transpiration pull and the role it plays in water/nutrient movement in plants.
In this lab students will understand the action and specificity of restriction enzymes, while learning the components involved in the process of DNA electrophoresis and the role of each component as it applies to the entire process of electrophoresis.
Students measure and record the rate of oxygen consumption (cellular respiration).