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  • The Leica DM500 microscope with “plug and play” capability is the ideal tool to make teaching entry-level college and university Life Science courses easy and fun for the instructor and the student. Student-friendly features such as the pre-focused, pre-centered condenser and the…

  • Innovating Science

    Students can grow their own bacteria with this hands-on, easy-to-use kit. They will be able to swab various surfaces around the classroom such as door handles and sinks to inoculate agar plates. Students will also investigate the levels and importance of bacteria in everyday situations. Kit…

  • GSC International, Inc.

    The microscope slide sets are made of safe plastic, and are ideal for younger students. 24A00B349 This set of 10 features animals and includes the following slides: Fish Squama, Dog Hair, Pig Hair, Bird Feather, Rabbit Hair, Cow Hair, Cat Hair, Peacock Feather, …

  • GSC International, Inc.

    A comprehensive Microscope Slide Set for studying biology. The slides hold high quality specimens with clear mounting medium and a descriptive label and are housed in a reusable slide box. The set contains the following slides: blood smear human, red bone marrow showing giant blood cells, motor…

  • A comprehensive Microscope Slide Set for studying plant anatomy. The slides hold high quality specimens with clear mounting medium and a descriptive label and are housed in a reusable slide box. The set contains the seven following slides: monocot & dicot root in comparison c.s., pine…

  • …absence of proteins, glucose, and calcium. The students will then examine the samples microscopically to determine if crystals may be present in any of the samples. Kit contains enough materials for 15 groups of students. Teacher’s Manual and Student Study Guide copymasters are included. Needed but…

  • GSC International, Inc.

    A comprehensive Microscope Slide Set for studying biology. The slides hold high quality specimens with clear mounting medium and a descriptive label and are housed in a reusable slide box. The set contains eighteen slides: 3 each blood smear human, 3 each red bone marrow showing giant blood cells,…

  • …time (minutes), students create and transfer invisible (nanoscale) or visible (microscale) wires in a star pattern onto sticky tape. In the process they learn directly about scale (nano to macro) scale prospective. Your students observe these wire patterns placed on microscope slides under low…

  • This kit has been designed to introduce students to the concepts of fabric and fiber analysis. Experiments in this kit cover the areas of cloth weave identification, microscopic fiber analysis, burn testing and chemical analysis. Students will first analyze a group of known materials to learn the…

  • …4. Materials provided for 32 students in eight lab groups. Kit Includes: 8 pc Clear Tubing, 12? 8 Tubing Clamps 8 Pipettes, 1mL 8 Dispensers, 10mL 8 Planting Trays, 6 Cell 1 bag Potting Soil 1 pkg Bean Seeds 1 tube Petroleum Jelly 1 btl Nail Polish 1 pkg Microscope Slides Materials Needed but not…

  • …Teacher’s manual and Student Study Guide copymasters are included. Meets AP® Science Practices 2, 4, and 5, and Big Idea 2. Kit Includes: 45g Agar 15mL Bromothymol Blue Concentrate 2x25mL 2.0M Hydrochloric Acid 40 pc. Dialysis Tubing 8 Agar Block Casting Trays 1 pkg Microscope Slides, pkg/72 8…

  • …and Student Study Guide copymasters are included. Kit Includes: 25g Agar 8mL Bromothymol Blue Concentrate 25mL 2.0M Hydrochloric Acid 4 Agar Block Casting Trays 4 Plastic Cups, 5oz 4 Plastic Knives 4 Plastic Stirrers 4 Metric Rulers 20 pc. Dialysis Tubing 24 Plastic Cups, 7oz 1 pkg Microscope

  • Innovating Science

    Students can observe and measure how muscles contract. The muscles are shipped in glycerol which extracts most of the water soluble material leaving muscle tissue that can be identified and studied using a microscope. The muscle can also be stimulated to contract using the ATP chemical solution.…

  • …you and your students to test their forensic knowledge. Students will take on the role of a forensic technician as they analyze hair, fiber, fingerprint, blood, and hand writing evidence to help pin point the killer. This kit provides a unique and complex set of evidence for students to analyze. The…

  • …identify the phases of plant mitosis and chromosomal development. Students will be able to prepare, stain and mount slides using specially prepared onion root tips. Kit contains enough material for 15 groups. Teacher’s Manual and Student Study Guide copymasters are included. Aligned to the Next…

  • …Realize that a variety of factors, including natural ones, contribute to the overall problem of water pollution. After completing this lab, students should understand the difference between point source and non-point source pollution and understand the role of nitrates and phosphates in the…

  • …identify the phases of plant mitosis and chromosomal development. Students will be able to prepare, stain and mount slides using specially prepared onion root tips. Kit contains enough material for 5 groups. Teacher’s Manual and Student Study Guide copymasters are included. Aligned to the Next…

  • …Realize that a variety of factors, including natural ones, contribute to the overall problem of water pollution. After completing this lab, students should understand the difference between point source and non-point source pollution and understand the role of nitrates and phosphates in the…

  • …tend to be masked by the abundance of the green pigment chlorophyll. In this activity, students will extract the various pigments from green plant material and separate the pigment using chromatography. Students will not only confirm the presence and learn the role of these “hidden” pigments but…

  • Students will also understand the role of liposomes and their potential use of drug entrapment and delivery by viewing liposomes under a microscope.    Supplied with components needed for hands-on experimentation for six workstations of 4-5 students or 24-30 students. Supplied…

  • G-Biosciences

    …result, so no expensive fluorescent microscopes are required.   Supplied with components needed for hands-on experimentation for six workstations of 4-5 students or 24-30 students. Supplied with Teacher’s Guide and separate Student’s Guides.     Features…

  • …Big Idea 3. Materials provided for 32 students in eight lab groups. Kit Includes: 10 Disposable scalpels, sterile 20 Petri Dishes, Sterile 200mL Sordaria Agar 200mL Sordaria Mating Agar 8 Disposable Inoculating Loops, Sterile 8 Forceps 1 pkg Microscope Slides 1 pkg Coverslips 16 Plastic Pipettes…

  • …Phosphate) Solution 2 x 25mL Non-phosphate Builder Solution 1 x 50mL Control (Deionized) Water 45 Plastic cups 1 box Microscope slides 1 box Coverslips Optional: Microscopes, Plastic wrap or similar DOT Info: Small quantity exemption 173.4 THIS PACKAGE CONFORMS TO 49 CFR 173.4 for domestic highway…

  • …the origin of a hair sample from a crime scene in relation to hair samples from four known suspects. This activity includes a Teachers Manual and Student Guide and Analysis copy-masters. There is enough material for 5 groups. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)* Disciplinary…

  • …of ink by thin-layer chromatography to help determine the most likely culprit. Kit contains enough material for 6 groups. Teacher’s Manual and Student Study Guide copymasters are included. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)* Disciplinary Core Ideas: PS1.A; PS1.B; LS1.A; LS1.C…

  • …sample from a crime scene in relation to hair samples from four known suspects. Kit contains enough material for 15 groups. Teacher’s Manual and Student Study Guide copymasters are included. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)* Disciplinary Core Ideas: LS1.A; LS1.C Performance…

  • …Sample 3 Universal Indicator Color Charts 5 Plastic Scoops 3 Small Mesh Screens 3 Large Mesh Screens 15 Blood Typing Trays 2 Boxes Microscope Slides 1 Pack Microscope Slide Cover Slips 3 Hand Magnifiers 1 Pack pH Strips 1 Pack Lead Acetate Paper 3 Metal Forceps 1 Crime Scene Fabric Sample 1 Suspect…

  • Why are cells microscopic? The answer relates to the needs for the cell to effectively move materials in and remove waste. In this activity, students will create simulated cells (agar blocks) of different sizes and examine how effectively a substance is able to diffuse into the cell in a set period…

  • Bioptechs

    …standardized observation platform already adapted to any microscope along with a set of instructions that make curriculum relevant demonstrations easy to do and provide a cost savings to the educational institution. The Delta T-EDU gives students the opportunity to experience some of the excitement…

  • Discover the wonders of crystalline growth and properties. In this fun and exciting exercise students will use different solutions to create a range of fun and exciting microcrystalline forms. Then use a microscope or magnifier to study the crystals. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards…

  • Bacteria, good and bad, is all around us. In this activity students will collect and grow bacteria and then learn techniques for studying the bacteria they have grown. They will perform a simple staining technique on bacterial cells to study the morphology. They will also perform a differential…

  • …Powder 15 pieces Zinc Metal 15 Plastic Pipettes 45 Petri Dishes 100 Glass Cover Slips 15 pieces Chromatography Paper 15 Plastic Microscope Slides 15 Glass Microscope Slides 1pkg Toothpicks 1 bar Soap DOT Info: Non-regulated *”Next Generation Science Standards” is a registered trademark of Achieve.…

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