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Description:   Safely Study the Effects of Viral Transmission
Description:   Produce High-Titer T-Series Coliphages Without Setting Up an Aeration System
Catalog Number: (470100-884)

Description:   Turn your students into epidemiologists as they spend their class time searching for the source of an artificial epidemic. Your job is to hide the com...
Catalog Number: (470030-192)

Description:   Observe a relationship between two organisms that together produce an effect they could not achieve individually.
Catalog Number: (470030-202)

Description:   Examine a non-pathogenic bacterial strain that illustrates endospore formation.
Description:   Observe Results of Fungal Sexual Reproduction
Description:   Pilobolus crystallinus. Observe a dramatic example of phototropism. This fungus has the ability to shoot its sporangia toward a light source, a...
Catalog Number: (470140-300)

Description:   In this lab activity, students identify an unknown bacterial sample using gross examination, cell morphology, and biochemical tests with Becton-Dicken...
Catalog Number: (470007-196)

Description:   Study structure and motility of a variety of common slime molds
Catalog Number: (470102-232)

Description:   This interdisciplinary kinesthetic lab has groups of students building their own models of 5 different viruses: tobacco mosaic, mumps, influenza, pota...
Catalog Number: (470100-758)

Description:   This lab features two experiments that let students determine the resistance of bacteria to tetracycline, an antibiotic. Developed by Edward Alcamo.
Catalog Number: (470177-264)

Description:   Representatives from the four major fungal groups.

Description:   Investigation Tests Antibiotics and Disinfectant Cleaners
Description:   Re-enact One of Anton van Leeuwenhoek’s Experiments

Description:   Practice Staining Techniques to Identify Bacterial Shapes and Spores
Description:   This lab activity introduces the gram-staining method and use of dichotomous key.
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