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16 resources with the concept unicellular organisms

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Four Ways to Understand the Earth's Age

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Cartoon children compare the earth's age to timescales that we understand:a calendar year, the thickness of a book, the human lifespan. This smart film clip is definitely worth adding to your geologic timescale lesson! If you subscribe...
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The Classification of Living Things

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
It's a classification sensation! Demystify why we classify using an inquiry activity that helps your class sort things out. Groups begin by classifying a variety of shoes before they research organisms and design their own dichotomous...
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Why Are You Multicellular?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
In one gallon of seawater from Puerto Rico's bioluminescent bay, you can find 720,000 glowing algae, a very interesting multicellular organism. Viewers learn about the evolutionary advantages of being multicellular, instead of...
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Dichotomous Keys: Identification Achievement Unlocked

For Students 7th - 12th
Do you know the difference between a mountain lion, puma, cougar, and Texas panther? They are all the same animal but have different names in different areas of the world, which is why we use scientific names for plants and animals. The...
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Levels of Cellular Organization

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
What an eccentric way to learn about each level of cellular organization! Allow emerging biologists to utilize white paper and create their own foldable charts to describe each level of organization in the body. You may also adapt the...
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The Marvels of Mud

For Teachers 4th - 6th Standards
Young scientists roll up their sleeves and get a little dirty in this three-day earth science investigation. Following the scientific method, children monitor the growth of algae in pond water samples in order to determine the role that...
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An Inquiry into Alcoholic Fermentation

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Introduce life science high schoolers to their new "best buds" yeast! Using a wide variety of materials, lab groups design an experiment that illustrates how yeast acquires the resources it needs to undergo cellular respiration. The...
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It's a Gas!

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Don't let the air out of the bag! Learners conduct an experiment that monitors the gas production of yeast in different combinations of water, sugar, and artificial sweetener. They then make the connection between the production of the...
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What Is the Biggest Single-Celled Organism?

For Students 7th - 12th
Meet Caulerpa taxifolia, believed to be the largest single-celled organism in the world. How does it work and where is it found? Learn all about this invasive algae and why it is so successful.
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How a Single-Celled Organism Almost Wiped out Life on Earth

For Students 7th - 12th
Meet cyanobacteria, the single-celled organism that changed the world by causing the first mass extinction of life forms, gave rise to oxygen breathing life forms, and was responsible for the first Ice Age.
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The Science of Biology

For Students 6th - 8th
In this science of biology instructional activity, students compare and contrast unicellular and multicellular organisms. Students complete a table that describes the different systems at which life can be studied. Students list eight...
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Modern Classification

For Students 9th
In this modern classification worksheet, 9th graders describe ways scientists determine an organism's phylogeny. Then they explain what the animal and fungi kingdoms have in common and how they differ. Students also classify some cells...
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Kingdom Protista

For Students 6th - 8th
In this kingdom protista learning exercise, middle schoolers conduct an experiment by placing a handful of grass in to a jar and filling the jar with pond water. Then they place the jar in a dark place for 3 days and observe the...
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What Environmental Conditions Lead to the Hatching of Brine Shrimp?

For Teachers 5th - 6th
Will changing the environment in which brine shrimp live impact their reproductive success? Young scientists get hands-on experience studying the habitat of brine shrimp in a two-week immersion lesson. The teacher's guide provides all of...
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Algae: An Overview

For Teachers 10th
The main characteristics and definitive features of red, green, brown, and 4 other algea are listed along with great photos and examples. The details involved with reproduction styles, and information about traits of each Phyla are...
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MicroBiology Chp 1

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
In this biology activity, students locate and identify various vocabulary terms found in Microbiology. There are 42 words located in the puzzle.