Laboratory

Disección de un Cerebro de Oveja

Al disectar un cerebro de oveja los estudiantes logran apreciar la complejidad de un cerebro. Los estudiantes realizan observaciones, aprendiendo acerca de la estructura y función de las áreas del cerebro, de la sustancia blanca y gris.

Lección para estudiantes de 10 a 18 años de edad
Grado o Nivel: 5-12
Duración: 1-2 clases

Open Inquiry using C. elegans

C. elegans is a free-living nematode. It is small—growing to about 1 mm in length—and lives in the soil (especially in rotting vegetation) where it survives by feeding on microbes such as bacteria.

In this lesson, students pose questions, design, conduct, and analyze a controlled experiment testing different behavioral stimuli of the worm C. elegans.

This lesson works best as a follow-up to Caeno-WHAT?? and may replace Chemotaxis in C. elegans as this lesson allows for open inquiry.

Fishy Behavior

Students design, conduct, and analyze a controlled experiment testing the effects of alcohol (or nicotine) on zebrafish learning, a model neural system. This is a lateral view. For the dorsal view, visit Go Fish!

Go Fish!

Students design, conduct, and analyze a controlled experiment testing the conditions for zebrafish, model neural system, to learn to recognize (or ignore) a stimulus. This is a dorsal view. For the lateral view, visit Fishy Behavior.

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