Biology Virtual Labs
Biology Virtual Labs
1. The Microscope
Lab Objective: Know the different types of microscopes, their operation and perform some basic exercises. The student will identify the parts of the compound microscope and at the same time learn how to use it.
2. Characteristics of Living Things
Lab Objective: Observe a group of living things to recognize their characteristics.
Lab Objective: The student will observe the biodiversity present in different environments.
Lab Objective: The student will observe that there are variations between individuals of the same species.
5. Model of a Fossil
Lab Objective: Model a fossilization process (inclusion in amber).
6. Anatomy and physiology of a digestive system
Lab Objective: The student will identify the anatomy and function of the digestive system.
7. Small intestine
Lab Objective: Identify how the small intestine acts in absorption.
8. Protein reactions to various substances
Lab Objective: That the student identify the reactions of the proteins.
9. Food preservation
Lab Objective: That the students learn to preserve a food.
1. Anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system
Lab Objective: the student will identify the anatomy and function that make up the respiratory system
Lab Objective: Explain lung function.
Lab Objective: Identify how cigarettes affect the lungs when smoking or being a passive smoker.
4. Respiratory structures of living beings
Lab Objective: Identify the main organs involved in respiration.
Lab Objective: Verify that green plants are photosynthesizing organisms.
Lab Objective: The student will identify the fermentation process through the preparation of tepache.
7. Anatomy and physiology of the reproductive system
Lab Objective: The student will identify the anatomy and function that make up the reproductive system.
8. AIDS transmission
Lab Objective: Know the ways in which AIDS is transmitted.
9. Asexual reproduction
Lab Objective: The student will observe some forms of asexual reproduction.
10. Angiosperm reproductive organs
Lab Objective: The student will identify the reproductive organs in flowering plants.
1. Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells
Lab Objective: Know the differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms through the observation of both types of cells. Identify, with the help of some staining techniques, the main organelles of eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells
2. Cellular Transport
Lab Objective: Differentiate between the diffusion process and osmosis by observing both phenomena. Know a model and its importance for understanding natural events.
3. Cellular Organelles
Lab Objective: Know some of the main constituents of eukaryotic organisms through the observation of cell preparations. Identify, with the help of some staining techniques, the main organelles of eukaryotic cells.
4. Aerobic respiration
Lab Objective: Know the differences between anaerobic and aerobic respiration, showing that in the former there is release of hydrogen ions, without the intervention of oxygen. Show that in alcoholic fermentation, glucose degradation occurs until alcohol is obtained.
5. Anaerobic respiration
Lab Objective: Relate the process of cellular respiration with the gas exchange that we carry out when we breathe. Know the effects of exercise on breathing.
Lab Objective: Observe the different phases that comprise cell division called mitosis, by applying a specific technique to make it clear that cell division is a dynamic and not static process.
Lab Objective: Distinguish the meiotic from the mitotic process, observing the different phases of plant cells with the help of a microscope. Understand the importance of meiosis in multicellular organisms as a means for their reproduction.
8. Mendel's First Law
Lab Objective: The objective of this practice is to practically demonstrate Mendel's First Law, using pieces, symbols and colors, so that the student in a practical and dynamic way can verify what is mentioned in the First Mendel's Law.
9. Reproductive cells
Lab Objective: Recognize gametes in man. Identify reproductive structures in plants. Differentiate sex cells in plants and humans.
10. Population genetics
Lab Objective: Have students check Mendel's Laws by investigating dominant and recessive characteristics.