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Febreze It Away!

On the informational level, this experiment serves to acquaint students with basic information on the growth of bacteria, their prevalence in our environment, and the conditions under which bacteria c ...

Mathematical Modeling of Bacterial Growth

This experiment will introduce students to the mathematical modeling of biological processes. Students will fit the growth pattern of bacteria to a mathematical model and predict future colony expansi ...

What Bacteria Can You Eat?

Did you know that you eat live bacteria? You do! Well, if you eat yogurt, that is. Yogurt is made from milk and bacteria called “yogurt cultures.” Did you think bacteria would taste so good? There are ...

Can Cooked Beans Grow?

Find out if cooked beans grow faster, if at all, than uncooked beans. Project Goals: To see if boiling beans speeds up the growth process by getting rid of bacteria in/on the bean. To determine how lo ...

The 5 Second Rule

The five-second rule states that food dropped on the ground will be safe to eat and not covered in germs as long as it is picked up within 5 seconds of being dropped. This experiment will evaluate whe ...

Bacteria in Raw vs. Cooked Meat

In this experiment, we will see if cooking destroys all bacteria that is present in raw meats such as salmonella.It is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this resource ...

Does Double Dipping Really Spread Germs?

Determine if "double dipping” chips really spreads more germs than dipping only once per chip.It is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this resource, you will be redir ...

Ability of Curry and Cinnamon to Inhibit Bacterial Growth

The goal of this experiment is to evaluate the often outlandish claims regarding health benefits associated with spices. Students will learn to culture bacteria and determine first-hand if the claims ...

Is It Better To Refrigerate Or Freeze To Prevent Bacteria On Foods?

Before refrigerators and freezers were invented, people cooled their food and kept them from spoiling by putting it in ice and snow. This was obvious not convenient and does not nearly have the same p ...

Oh! Those Shopping Carts! Are They Really Carriers of Bacteria?

Determine whether the shopping carts we use in the supermarket are carriers of bacteria.It is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this resource, you will be redirected ...

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