Biology is the science of living organisms, including botany (plants), zoology, and human beings. Biology involves the examination of structure, growth, function and the evolution of life.
To prepare an ant so that its brain and nervous system may be photographed through a microscope. You will then take photographs of the ant using a digital camera for documentation.
A fun expiriment to demonstrate how to slice a banana from inside, before peeling it.
To create stalks of colorful celery while demonstrating how plants need and draw water to survive.
Cultivate Slime Molds
To cultivate a living slime mold and observe the stages in which a slime mold forms.
To demonstrate the process of dehydration
Double Color Flower
To create a double color flower
Gravity and Plants
NASA has long studied the effects of gravity on plants by taking plants with them during space expeditions and onto space stations. You can find out for yourself how plants grow in low gravity conditions by conducting this simple experiment.
Growing Bread Mold
To demonstrate that bread mold spores are present anywhere and everywhere
To determine whether a lemon will float in water or sink to the bottom.
To demonstrate how the gases from yeast can be used to blow up a balloon.
To create a miniature greenhouse to grow living plants.
To demonstrate that plants cannot manufacture its food (photosynthesize) unless carbon dioxide molecules are available.
To demonstrate that plants need sunlight in order to survive.
Preserve Spider Webs
To collect spider webs and preserve them for demonstration.
To record the spore prints left behind by mushrooms.
To demonstrate the importance of plants stems for the purpose of their survival.