Innovating Science™ AP Biology Investigation Kit No. 11: Transpiration
Students study transpiration/transpiration pull and the role it plays in water/nutrient movement in plants.
Manufacturer: Innovating Science™ IS3711
Students will design and conduct an experiment to show how altering an environmental condition may affect the rate of transpiration.
- Study the role of stomata
- Examine transpiration in a bean seedling
- Show effect of altering environment
- Meets AP Science Practices 1, 2, 4, 6, and 7, and Big Idea 4
- Materials for 32 students in eight lab groups
|Study the process of transpiration/transpiration pull and the role it plays in water/nutrient movement in plants, study the role of stomata in relation to the transpiration process using a photometer to examine the rate of transpiration in a bean seedling.|
|49 CFR 173.4, meets AP science practices 1, 2, 4, 6, and 7 and big idea 4|
|12.625 x 9.5 x 6.75 in.|
|32 students of 8 lab groups|
|8 Pieces 12 in. clear tubing, 8 tubing clamps, 8 x 1mL pipettes, 8 x 10mL syringes, 8 planting trays (six cells), 1 bag potting soil, 1 pack of bean seeds, 1 petroleum jelly tube, 1 nail polish bottle, 1 pack of microscope slides, teacher's manual and student's guide|
|Ap™ Biology Investigation Kit #11: Transpiration|
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