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Additional Lessons 31 - 40 of 1000 for Biology
  31.   The Biological Pump
Lesson Plan-The Biological Pump Summary This Web slide show will take students step-by-step through the processes that are involved the biological pump. Students will be encouraged to think about how the pump will react to various changes in the environment, and how availability of nutrients such as nitrate and iron affect the am...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  32.   Observing and Recording Biological Data
Summer Research Program for Science Teachers Norman Thomas High School, Manhattan 2000 Observing and Recording Biological Data Living Environment Lesson Plan Subject: Science Grade 8-12 The following is a fun activity that fully aligns with the National Science Standards. The lesson will involve a school outing as well as usage of a video camera. Aim: How are living things similar to and different from each other and from...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  33.   What Proof is There to Support Biological Evolution?
Summer Research Program for Science Teachers Juan Morel Campos Secondary School August 2005 What Proof is There to Support Biological Evolution? Topic: Changes in Biological Organisms over Time Objectives: Students will: Identify who developed the theory of evolution and explain his key ideas. Explain the concept of adaptation Describe the big bang theory, its connection the forming the solar system and the evolution of complex organi...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  34.   Biological Clocks
Biological Clocks Purpose To challenge students to document patterns of change in the context of biological/internal clocks. Context In earlier grades, students have learned that some things change, things can change in different ways, people can measure some change, and some changes are hard to see. (Benchmarks f...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  35.   Bacterial Transformation Kit (molecular biology and genetic recombination)
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale LESSON PLAN Teacher's Name: Lori C. Reed School: Murphysboro High School Grade Level: 11-12 Title/Theme: Bacterial Transformation Kit (molecular biology and genetic recombination) Project Description: Students will learn about the process of moving genes from one organism to another with the aid of a plasmid. The process this lab illustrates is transformation. A pGLO plasmid which contains the GFP gene also contains the gene for beta-lactamase which provid...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  36.   Biological Control
#11 Classroom Activity Grades 4-6 Biological Control Overview Biological control is a method of managing pests by using natural enemies. In this lesson students learn about three groups of natural enemies of pests and how they can be used in an IPM program. Materials video: Biological Control: Learning to Live with the Natural Order (see the next...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  37.   Conflict: Chemical and Biological Warfare
Visit Your PBS _ Local PBS Home PBS Programs TV Shop Search Station Home A-Z Schedules Support PBS PBS PBS Wide Angle human stories. global issues. search submit Home show finder watch online about the series global classroom _ For Teachers: Conflict: Chemical and Biological Warfare _ _ _ _ _ lesson plans tips Tools print this page email this page by Thandi Center Academic Controversy Primer Teachers, learn how to apply the methods of Academic Controversy in your classrooms. Go Purchase DVD or VHS Most WIDE ANGLE episodes may be purchased for educational and non-theatric us...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  38.   Insect Biology and Ecology: A Primer
Cornell University, Biological Control: A Guide to Natural Enemies in North America Insect Biology and Ecology: A Primer For the reader who is unfamiliar with the biology or ecology of insects, this primer will provide needed background information. This segment is comprised of several paragraphs of general insect information and fiv...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  39.   Biology -Virus Modeling
Biology -Virus Modeling Background In 1892, a Russian biologist by the name of Dimitri Ivanowsky made a revolutionary discovery. After years of research and experiments on tobacco plants infected with the tobacco mosaic disease, he transmitted the disease to healthy plants by rubbing them with juice extracted from...
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  40.   Underwater Study: Marine Biology
Underwater Study: Marine Biology Overview: The ocean is one of the most unexplored places on Earth. Oceanographers, marine biologists, and many others are devoting their careers to exploring the oceans' ecosystems, learning about and preserving the health and inhabitants of these amazing places. In this lesson, students will learn about m...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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