Using A Winogradsky Column to Analyze Microbial Communities
Students use easily obtained materials to study ecological succession in a microbiological community. They collect water samples from outdoor sources in plastic bottles to observe and record changes.
4th - 11th Science 3 Views 5 Downloads
Floating Fishes: How do Fishes Control Buoyancy?
Playing with balloons, water, oil, and bottles help put this lesson plan over the top! Participants use air-filled balloons in water tanks to experience gas compression. They also use oil-filled bottles to experiment with buoyancy....
7th - 12th Science
Microbe Power - Using a Winogradsky Column as a Battery
In this lesson the student demonstrate analysis of the changes taking place in the bottle as well as bdemonstrate application of the interactions happening in the bottle by applying these changes to the environment.y measuring and...
7th - 8th Science
New Review Microbiology: Bacteria in Our Environment
Did you hear the joke about bacteria? Never mind, I don't want to spread it around. The lesson begins with pupils making a representation of chromosomal material modeling the bacterial cell. Then, they use swabs to test for bacteria...
Winogradsky Columns: Microbial Ecology in the Classroom
Winogradsky columns are ideal for observing the role of bacteria and other microorganisms in an ecosystem. This student activity guide is complete with data tables for observations and analysis questions for processing what was observed....
9th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable