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Amy Brown Science: Everything About Enzymes! (and a free lab!

Concepts covered: Enzymes speed up the rate of biological chemical reactions. The same enzymes a.

Plant and animal cell essay Lab Report Comparing Animal and Plant Cells The cell is the fundamental structural unit of all living organisms. Cells help carry out the functions of life

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Blog post from Science Stuff: FREEBIE! Catalase - An Enzyme Common to Both Plants and Animals. Kids love this one!

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FREE Biology lab on enzymes. The title is "Catalase: An Enzyme Common to Both Plants and Animals." Students will compare and contrast the action of enzymes to that of catalysts.

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How much energy do these foods contain? This lab is always a favorite of my students! Students will determine how much energy is contained in various foods.

Calorimetry lab using Vernier probes - use after teaching respiration

My latest blog article: How much energy do these foods contain?

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Practical Biology: science for everyone: Easy Enzyme Experiment: Potato Catalase
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Catalase enzyme formed the bubbles in the two tubes on the right. The tubes contain extracts from beef muscle, kidney, and liver from .

Another experiment I've done myself that would be good for my students to learn from.

Making real science accessible and interesting for all people.

Practical Biology: science for everyone: Easy Enzyme Experiment: Potato Catalase

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In this lab, the student will observe the effect of the enzyme amylase on its substrate, starch. The student will perform various experiments with the enzyme amylase and to compile a list of facts concerning enzymes.
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In this lab, the student will observe the effect of the enzyme amylase on its substrate, starch. The student will perform various experiments with the enzyme amylase and to compile a list of facts concerning enzymes.

In this lab, the student will observe the effect of the enzyme amylase on its substrate, starch. The student will perform various experiments with the enzyme amylase and to compile a list of facts concerning enzymes.
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The focus of the first part of this lab is diffusion. The purpose of this video is to help students understand the meaning and process of diffusion.

Great lesson on diffusion to pair with osmosis.

Diffusion: High School Biology Lab Part I: Easy Science Experiment

Diffusion: High School Biology Lab Part I: Easy Science Experiment
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How Do Living Cells Deal With Changes in pH? This is a great lab on enzymes and buffers for our biology students.

A Biology Lab Favorite for Me. The chemical reactions that occur within living cells are required fo.

Many of the reactions of the cell cause changes in pH that can place the life of the cell in jeopardy. Thankfully, cells can produce buffers which help to maintain a stable pH inside of living cells.

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Amy Brown Science: Great Biology Lab: Testing Foods for Organic Compounds
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Today, I'd like to tell you about one of my favorite labs. It is definitely "an oldie, but goodie" lab! There is nothing new, innovati.

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Amy Brown Science: Great Biology Lab: Testing Foods for Organic Compounds

Amy Brown Science: Great Biology Lab: Testing Foods for Organic Compounds

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Practical Biology: science for everyone: Easy Enzyme Experiment: Potato Catalase

Better than using liver- less smell. Practical Biology: science for everyone: Easy Enzyme Experiment: Potato Catalase

The Fragility of an Enzyme  Demonstration to show how fragile enzymes are and why our bodies need protein regularly

The Fragility of an Enzyme Demonstration to show how fragile enzymes are and why our bodies need protein regularly

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I am in LOVE with this jello cell project! This mom made plant and animal cells using jello, candy, and other foods for various cellular components. She also includes further reading on cells and biology!

Osmosis lab, also diffusion and enzyme labs courtesy of The Daisy Head.  Must do the egg experiment...Matt has been telling me about it for days.

Osmosis lab, also diffusion and enzyme labs courtesy of The Daisy Head. Must do the egg experiment.Matt has been telling me about it for days.

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Layers of the Earth The outside chocolate cookie represents the the crust, the cream represents the squishy mantle, the chocolate syrup represents the liquid iron outer core, and the m represents the solid iron outer core!

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Assessment for Learning. Spread cups on table and have students race to correctly order, smallest to biggest. Great visual way to show levels of organization. This would also work for DKPCOFGS, sorting individual body systems parts, even the sequence of mitosis and meiosis, students could make their own sets and doodle diagrams on the cups. Love this idea!!

Assessment for Learning. Spread cups on table and have students race to correctly order, smallest to biggest. Great visual way to show levels of organization. This would also work for DKPCOFGS, sorting individual body systems parts, even the sequence of m

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Learn with Play at home: Cloud Jars. Fun and Interactive Science for Kids. An example of how clouds hold water.and when there is too much water the cloud rains.

Amy Brown Science: Very Simple Diffusion and Osmosis Experiment

Very Simple Diffusion and Osmosis Experiment

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