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View Resource Measuring Osmotic Potential

This lab activity from the Biotechnology Alliance for Suncoast Biology Educators explores diffusion and osmosis. It includes several demonstrations of the principles and 2 activities that allow the student to develop a testable hypothesis about the osmotic potential of various plant cells. The lesson includes background information, the materials needed, and the procedure.

View Resource Research Techniques Workbook Modules

The people at the biology department at Hunter College in New York City have created these different primers on creating and maintaining a scientific workbook for college students and others. Visitors can start their journey here by clicking on the "Synopsis" area to learn about what is covered in the first ten primers. The subjects include "Keeping a Research Lab Notebook", "Using a Balance",...

View Resource Laboratory Manual for Biotechnology and Laboratory Science: The Basics

Laboratory Manual for Biotechnology provides students with the basic laboratory skills and knowledge to pursue a career in biotechnology. The manual, written by four biotechnology instructors with over 20 years of teaching experience, incorporates instruction, exercises, and laboratory activities that the authors have been using and perfecting for years. These exercises and activities serve to...

View Resource Using Spectrophotometry to Determine Concentration

This lab activity from the Biotechnology Alliance for Suncoast Biology Educators demonstrates the principles of spectrophotometry. It also allows students to develop a testable hypothesis about the chlorophyll concentration in different olive oil solutions. The lesson includes background information on the technique of spectrophotometry, the materials needed for the activity, and the procedure.

View Resource Association for Biology Laboratory Education

The Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE) was created in 1979 "to promote information exchange among university and college educators actively concerned with teaching biology in a laboratory setting." ABLE's website includes information about its professional activities, conferences, and the educational resources the Association has created through a set of novel partnerships....

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