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Emory University (1994)
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Using Tissue Culture to Investigate Plant Cell Differentiation and Dedifferention
This abstract describes an experimental project that uses plant tissue culture techniques to examine cell differentiation in carrot. Protocol and media recipes are included.
Bioluminescence in Transformed Bacterial Cells
This abstract describes a lab exercise for introductory biology students.
cells can be transformed with a plasmid incorporating a gene for bioluminescence. This causes the cells to glo...
Making and Staining Fresh Plant Hand-Sections
To increase the studentsí interest in and enjoyment of plants, a standard staining procedure was modified to produce usable stained sections more rapidly. Student instructions are included.
Teaching DNA Structure and Function on a Shoestring Budget
Two exercises are described that demonstrate how inexpensive, cost-saving items, and sometimes basic household products, may be used to teach certain aspects and concepts in DNA structure and functi...
DNA Sequence Analysis
This abstract describes how students at Emory work with a
DNA sequence. Initially students learn to work with the DNA sequence and find restriction enzyme sites as well as areas of ...
Group Projects in Large and Small Classes
This abstract describes the development of procedures for group projects that include individualized components for large (ca. 500) and small (ca. 50) non-majors introductory biology classes.
Teaching General Biology Using the Open Lab Format
This abstract describes how biology courses at Kennesaw State College are taught in a open format; general biology laboratories are open approximately 60 hours per week, including Saturday morning. ...
An Inexpensive Pressure Transducer for Measuring Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration
This abstract describes a pressure transducer developed to measure metabolic rate. Metabolic rate is commonly measured by quantifying the amount of gas (either carbon dioxide or oxygen) that is relea...
Recording Action Potentials from Earthworm Giant Axons
This abstract describes an exercise in which action potentials are recorded extracellularly from the giant nerve fibers of the earthworm,
Using Displays to Augment Laboratories
This abstract describes the use of displays to support biology education. Displays are a part of many biology departments and can provide much useful information if not some color to a room or hallwa...
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