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Become familiar with the compound microscope: the components, its function, and basic microscopic techniques; be able to prepare a heat-fixed bacteria smear, and be able to prepare and differentiate the two simple staining techniques.
Determine how physical and chemical factors such as temperature, pH, osmotic pressure and oxygen concentration affect the growth of microorganisms.
Dissect an AR lily to identify the parts of a flower; their location, structure, and function.
How to use the microscope, and prepare a wet mount slide with an emphasis on the comparison between plant and animal cells.
Learn how to prepare and sterilize media, understand the differences and similarities between selective, differential, and enriched media.
Look at photosynthesis and examine the effect that different wavelengths of light have on photosynthesis.
Dissect a rat and learn to identify its body parts; location, structure, and function.
Learn how to accurately determine the concentration of weak acids and strong bases. Pipetting and titrating techniques will be used.
Quantifying and determining water hardness will be taught. Pipetting and titration techniques will be used.
Use common laboratory equipment to take measurements of size, weigh, and volume of various types of materials.
Extraction is the process of separating a compound of interest out of a mixture. In this experiment, you will use a separatory funnel to perform liquid-liquid extractions.
Learn how to determine the melting point of various organic compounds, how to use it to narrow down the identification of your unknown, and what impact purity has on that value.
Geranium | Peptide | Microscope | Photosynthesis |
Flower Dissection | Culture Media | Microscopy & Staining |
Factors Affecting Growth
DNA Extraction and PCR Set Up | Agarose gel electrophoresis | Preparation of plasmid DNA | Extraction of protein from bacteria | Endonuclease restriction digestion of the plasmids and ligation of the kanamycin fragment to pUC18 | Inspection and processing of plates prepared using the pUC18 selection method | Transformation of ampicillin-sensitive E. coli strain | Polyacrylamide gel, electro-blot, and visualization of proteins | Detection of the β-galactosidase protein with specific antibody
Calometry | Kinetics | Solubility Product | Strong Acid Base | Agilent Cary 60 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer | Flame Atomic Absorption Specturm | Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy | X-ray diffraction | Extraction | Bomb Caliometry | Fluorescence/CMC | Hardness of Water | Surface Tension | Weak Acid Base | Recrystallization | Melting Point | Gas Chromotography mass spectrometry | Reflux | Distillation | Thin Layer Chromotography | Refractive Index
People learn better by repetition – so by running through the experiment on your smartphone first, you will be more confident of your skills when in the lab.
Miriam De Jong
Technical Specialist, Biology
WOW, the microscope is so real to life that it is like having a microscope in your own living room. Students can interact with it as they would a real microscope in an actual lab.
Technical Specialist, Chemistry & Biology
AR has brought the experiments to life and has enabled students to learn and interact with valuable skills such as aseptique technique that they would have used in the lab.
Technical Specialist, Chemistry & Biology
At the start of the pandemic, we looked to enhance our distance/virtual learning as we moved our experiments from our labs to our homes. AR labs have given our students a virtual hands-on that has revolutionized how we instruct; we've been able to give our students an experience that no other university has.
Once we resume in-person instruction, AR labs will allow our students to get a peek at the experiment before they enter the lab, increasing efficiency, safety, and familiarity.
Technical Specialist, Chemistry