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Achieve Lab Simulations for Biology 2.0 (1-Term Access)
Second EditionMacmillan Learning©2023
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Biology Labs from the comfort of your own home
These open-ended lab simulations provide the most realistic virtual lab experience available. Access any biology lab exercise you’ll need at any time, and complete the work at your own pace. Targeted hints, feedback, and solutions ensure you’re on track and understand the materials.
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Table of Contents
Introduction to Lab Simulations
Experiment 1: Get to Know the Lab
Experiment 2: Investigate the Relationship Between the Volume and Pressure of a Gas
Experiment 3: Observing a Reaction
Scientific Method - Mouse
Experiment 1: Find the Best Mouse Diet for Weight Gain
Experiment 2: Replicate the Experiment
Experiment 1: Introduction to the Virtual Microscope
Experiment 2: Looking at Cells Using a Microscope
Experiment 1: Gram Stain
Experiment 2: Acid-Fast Staining
Experiment 3: Capsule Staining
Acids, Bases, and pH Buffers
Experiment 1: Introduction to pH Indicators
Experiment 2: The Phosphate Buffer System
Experiment 3: Buffering Capacity of a Phosphate Buffer
Cell Structure and Function
Experiment 1: Onion Root Cells
Experiment 2: Amoeba
Experiment 3: Spirogyra
Experiment 4: Paramecium
Experiment 5: Euglena
Experiment 6: Cheek Cells
Diffusion and Osmosis
Experiment 1: Membrane Size Selectivity
Experiment 2: Relative Concentration and Osmosis
Experiment 3: Osmosis in Living Cells
Expanded Diffusion and Osmosis
Experiment 1: Qualitative Evidence for Diffusion
Experiment 2: Dependence of the Rate of Diffusion on the Concentration Gradient
Experiment 3: Evidence for Osmosis
Experiment 4: Concentration Gradients and Osmosis
Experiment 1: Test for Reducing Sugars
Experiment 2: Test for Starch
Experiment 3: Test for Lipids
Experiment 4: Test for Proteins
Experiment 5: Test the Contents of Foods
Experiment 1: Effect of Temperature on Catalase Activity
Experiment 2: Effect of Substrate Concentration on Catalase Activity
Experiment 3: Effect of pH on Catalase Activity