Lessons for Stem Cells

Page 1 of 302 results

  • The Cloning of Cells - … stem cells. List several applications of stem cells research. Describe engineering designs that are advancing stem cell research. Introduction/Motivation (Return to Contents) We have cells throughout … cell called stem cells. Does anyone know what a stem cell is? Two types of stem cells are: embryonic stem cells, found in a developing human embryo, and adult stem cells … bodies. Stem cell research has looked at using stem cells to replace damaged tissue and regenerate cells like skin and blood. The applications of stem cells for …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Variety Is the Spice of Cellular Life - … : a. How are adult stem cells more limited than their embryonic stem cell counterparts? b. Where do scientists find the stem cells that they use for … researching of embryonic stem cells controversial? - What are the possible benefits of researching embryonic stem cells? - How may studies on mice's stem cells be applicable to humans? - What are some of the obstacles in stem cell research? - How could stem cell
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • A Hard Sell on Stem Cells? - … cell regeneration and the therapeutic use of stem cells. 2. Learn about new techniques for deriving embryonic stem cells by reading and discussing the article, "Stem Cell … new embryonic stem cell research, there are other types of stem cells used in research as well. These include fetal stem cells, umbilical stem cells, and adult stem cells. Using the excerpt you read in class as a basis for understanding how embryonic cells are …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Stem Cells - … stem cell research. Compare your opinion with the views of other respondents. Web Sites Cloning/Embryonic Stem Cells Discusses cloning, embryonic stem cells, ethical issues, and stem cell-related policy regulation. Frequently Asked Questions on Stem Cell Research Answers questions about stem cells, such …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • People Eat First "Google Burger" - … points Stem-cell burger 5-kg tomato Lemonapple fruit Pink vegetables Alcoholic grapes Sweet fish 4. STEM-CELL FOOD: Students A strongly believe stem-cell food … be eating stem-cell burgers in ten years? h) Are stem-cell burgers good if fewer cows die? i) Should we all eat stem-cell food … are worried about the stem-cell burger? g) Would you let your children eat the new stem-cell burger? h) "Stem-cell burger" isn't such …
    User Rating: Grade Level: , ESL
  • Superhero Science - … group guidelines (as described in Activity 3 below) -resources about stem cells and stem cell research (computers with Internet access, library resources, encyclopedia, etc … the difference between an adult stem cell and an embryonic stem cell? -What is a "celebrity cause"? -What is cell therapy? -What is the umbilical … describes the process of stem cells changing into specialized cells - either embryonic stem cells that specialize as the embryo develops or adult stem cells that are necessary …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Glowing Flowers - … being researched involves the use of stem cells. Does anyone know what a stem cell is? Stem cells are specific cells that have the ability to replicate … muscle and brain cells. The two classes of stem cells are: embryonic stems cells found in a developing human embryo, and adult stem cells, found in umbilical cord blood and bone marrow. Stem cell research …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • A New You! - … lesson, students research stem cells to learn how they function, the distinguishing characteristics of types of stem cells, and how stem cells may be manipulated by … of stem cells in animals. Using available resources, students explore stem cells, how they function, the different types of stem cells and their distinguishing characteristics, how stem cells … embryonic and adult stem cells? g. What is the "ethical burden" carried by human embryonic stem cells? h. Which type of stem cell offers a lower …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Stem Cell Research - … the Stem Cells: Seeds of Hope? video and have students explore the Stem Cell Debate Web activity. Discuss the following: Why are stem cells considered so valuable for medical research? What are three sources of stem cells … QuickTime Video Immune Cells in Action Immune Cells in Action QuickTime Video Stem Cell Debate Stem Cell Debate HTML Document Stem Cells: Seeds of Hope? Stem Cells: Seeds of Hope …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Stem Cell Research - … of stem cell research by reading the CNNfyi.com article and other articles about stem cell research. Formulate and argue an opinion about stem cell research … to embryonic cells are scientists exploring? According to the article, what are some disadvantages to using adult stem cells? How is stem cell research currently funded? How do you think the new method of creating stem cells might affect President …
    User Rating:
Copyright © 2018 Lesson Corner. All rights reserved.