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Activation energy and enzyme pathwaysfree17 February 2019
Students are introduced to a simple metabolic pathway consisting of a chain of enzyme-catalysed reactions leading to the Kreb's cycle which is a cycle of enzyme catalysed reactions. The method of enzymes... more
Photosynthesis Experimentsfree16 February 2019
This activity introduces a simple method of measuring the rate of photosynthesis and leads students to design their own investigation of a factor which affects it. A second activity illustrates how the... more
Mitosis and the Cell Cyclefree14 February 2019
Mitosis is a miraculous process. In the making of the three trillion cells of our bodies it manages to faithfully replicate and share the chromosomes equally between all the daughter cells. This lesson... more
Extracting DNA Experiment.14 February 2019
DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) is the genetic material of all organisms, DNA is universal. We find the same genes performing the same functions in all species living on Earth.Since all living things contain... more
Electron Transport Chain.14 February 2019
Modelling the biochemical pathway of the electrontransport chain is learned through the activities in this lesson. Using some simple slides students are introduced to the movement of H+ ions and electrons... more
Proteins SL Quiz 2.414 February 2019
Proteins SLProteins 27/01/2018 : Multi-choice questions about proteins 2.4 more
Hormonal control in plants14 February 2019
How do plants respond to light if they don't have eyes nor a brain? The mechanism is quite complex but it is a good illustration of the role of membrane proteins and the fluid nature of the plasma membrane.... more
Population growth curvesfree14 February 2019
This activity shows how populations can grow in limited environments. While it is possible to carry out wet labs or field work to see the growth of populations with this model students can quickly understand... more
Muscles & joints13 February 2019
Using a model skeleton or interactive web tools like "Zygotebody" and "Visible Human" students identify different joints in the skeleton before exploring the detail of synovial joints and the human elbow.... more