Login or Register

800.334.5551 Live Chat (offline)

Life Science

  • How DNA is Packaged (DNALC Video) DNA contains all of the genetic code for a living organism, but how does all that information fit in such a tiny package. This 3D animation will show you how a chromosome consisting of one continuous thread-like molecule of DNA coils up and contains the buidling blocks of life. View »
  • Plant Biodiversity Field Activity This field activity introduces students to biodiversity through the study of plants and animals in a designated area. But here’s the twist—instead of using a quadrat to designate the area of study, students use a Hula Hoop® instead. View »
  • Genetics with Drosophila F1 Crosses Drosophila genetics labs without the the need to select virgin female flies for crosses. We ship F1 flies so your students need only to set them up in fresh vials to produce an F2. View »
  • Classifying Organisms with Your Students Living organisms get students' attention and are great tools for teaching life science. Here's an activity that introduces students to taxonomy and includes collecting, caring for, and classifying living organisms. View »
  • Genetics with Drosophila F1 Crosses: Sex-Linkage Drosophila genetics labs without the the need to select virgin female flies for crosses. We ship F1 flies so your students need only to set them up in fresh vials to produce an F2. View »
  • Chicken Wing Musculature Explore the structures and functions of muscle tissue and practice dissection techniques with this activity. View »
  • Photosynthesis Introduce students to photosynthesis in a visual way. As Elodea uses carbon dioxide from an initial solution, a change in pH occurs, causing a color change in the solution. View »
  • Comparative Anatomy Comparative anatomy is based on comparisons of the anatomical structures among species. Through the study of comparative anatomy, a recognized scientific study since the 17th century, scientists have been able to gather evidence about the evolution and relatedness of organisms. Use dissection as an effective method to observe and study comparative anatomy firsthand. View »
  • Introduction to Prokaryotes: Bacteria What are bacteria? In this introductory lab students make smears of bacteria on microscope slides from pure cultures, perform a simple stain, and observe their stained slides under a microscope View »
  • Science of Chocolate Many people enjoy the taste of chocolate, but taste isn't all there is to know about the well-loved flavor. There is also the engaging science of chocolate that you can share with your students. View »
  • Next Generation Dissections Dissection can and should be part of your implementation of 3-dimensional learning. Carolina can help you make this transition with updated kits and resources. View »
  • Gene Interaction with Drosophila How do genes interact in the inheritance of traits? Find out in this intriguing study of the inheritance of eye color in Drosophila. View »
  •