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  • Bacteria

    Understand importance of Gram stain and its role in detecting differences in antibiotic sensitivity.

  • DNA

    Students use electrophoresis to measure the sizes of various DNA samples. They solve a paternity case based on which of the likely fathers has samples similar in size to those of the child.

  • Earthworm

    Examine samples of kingdom Animalia through examination of an earthworm.

  • Ecology

    Introduce students to population estimates and to population fluctuations related to changes in the environment.

  • Enzymes

    Explore enzymatic activity and application of spectrophotometer.

  • Evolution

    Introduce students to evolution through the cases of adaptive radiation and convergent evolution in Anole lizards.

  • Fungi

    Examine examples of kingdom Fungi, with emphasis on variations in structures and reproduction.

  • Mammalian Tissue

    Learn classification system for mammalian tissues and the structure and function of each tissue type.

  • Mitosis

    Understand concept of mitosis in plants and animals.

  • Photosynthesis

    Learn about photosynthesis and effects of light and temperature.

  • Plant Structure and Function

    Examine examples of kingdom Plantae, with emphasis on characterizing plants by the presence and arrangement of vascular tissue.

  • Protists

    Learn about Eukaryotic supergroups through examination of representative members.

  • 2D Kinematics

    Understand vectors. Break down two-dimensional vectors into x- and y-components.

  • Buoyancy

    Understand and observe density, buoyancy, apparent weight, and displacement in simple systems.

  • Centripetal Force

    Observe relationship between force and speed, mass and speed, radius and speed of an object moving in a circle at constant speed.

  • Conservation of Energy

    Observe principle of conservation of energy during transformations between gravitational potential, elastic potential, and kinetic energies.

  • Error Analysis

    Understand various types of experimental error including systematic and random errors.

  • Harmonic Waves

    Observe and measure standing harmonic waves in a string using a motorized oscillator.

  • Hooke's Law

    Determine an unknown spring constant of a system by applying knowledge of Hooke’s Law.

  • Torque

    Understand and observe relationship between force and torque in levers, wheel, and axle systems.