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Algae and zooplankton can be used to help teach many lessons from the Next Generation Science Standards. We have designed this kit to be used as the basic equipment you will need to do hands-on work in:
Each kit is a complete set that can be used for a single project or shared by multiple students. The kits each contain:
Teacher: We have special pricing for our heroes, the teachers (our founder's wife is a teacher) who are buying for their classrooms.
District: If you are a district and can afford to pay list price, we would appreciate it. It helps us to stay in business.
$ 39.95 $ 77.45
Teaching and demonstration kit for instructor and students. The instructor can grow algae in a 600mL flask and brine shrimp in a separate 600mL flask. It includes all the "basics" to grow algae and brine shrimp for a total of 2.5L of media. The students can use existing lab supplies to culture or they can use a water bottles.
|Culture Vessels||2x Culture Flasks, 600mL|
|Salt, Nutrients, Brine Shrimp Cysts for 500mL||5x|
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We think that this kit is probably the coolest thing since the moon landing. We have made and remade, tested, retested and reformulated everything... fifteen times (not kidding). You can use this with our culture flasks or any other water holding container you can find.
The kit is designed to refill the Brainy Briny Kit-1
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Classroom-10 comes with:
To cut down on waste, we are not individually packaging the multiple Classroom Kits.
Brainy Briny is here!!! This kit is really 3-kits in one:
NEVER FEED US A POWDER!
Unlike other brine shrimp culture kits, this kit feeds the zooplankton what they eat in the wild-ALGAE! Simply place the culture flask in a bright place and the light will supply energy to the system. These kits are being used in classrooms all across the US to teach PHOTOSYNTHESIS and RESPIRATION. We include an analytical device called a SECCHI STICK. This Secchi stick measures optical density, which is a way to track biomass. We have a video of it's operation on YouTube (search for Algae Research and Supply Dirty Labcoat series of educational videos) The videos are both serious, and silly.
FreeBackground: Photosynthesis vs irradiance curves are a graphical way to show how much light is being converted into photosynthetic processes. The relationship can be viewed as a derivation of the Michaelis–Menten curve, it shows the generally positive correlation between light intensity and photosynthetic rate. View full product details