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Biology Experiments for Children

Biology Experiments for Children this Dover edition, first published in 1968, is an unabridged and unaltered republication of the work originally published in 1962 under the title Biology tor Children. The work is reprinted by special arrangement with Printed Arts Company, Inc., publisher of the original edition.

Biology Experiments for Children Free eBook Download

Biology Experiments for Children Free eBook Download

CONTENTS

PART I: THE NATURE OF ALL LIVING THINGS

  • Using Your Microscope …
  • Looking at Newsprint under a Microscope . . .
  • Observing a Single Human Hair . . .
  • The Structure of Cotton Fibres . . .
  • The Intricate Structure of Fish Scales …
  • Typical Cell Structure-“Empty” Cork Cells …
  • Living Plant Cells from an Onion Skin . . .
  • Examining Green Plant Cells-Elodea …
  • Observing Cells of the Human Body -Cheek-Lining Cells

PART II: THE WORLD OF PLANTS

  • Growing One-Celled Microscopic Organisms-Bacteria of Decay
  • Observing Bacteria of Decay …
  • Studying Simple Fresh- Water Plants-Algae …
  • Growing Yeast Plants …
  • Producing Spores from Bread Mould …
  • Examining Edible Mushrooms
  • Building a Glass-Enclosed Garden or Terrarium . . .
  • Growing Mosses in Your Terrarium …
  • Growing Ferns Indoors
  • Making a Collection of Dried Ferns . . .
  • The Parts of a Typical Flowering Plant . . .
  • Studying a Typical Root-a Carrot . . .
  • The Binding Force of Roots . . .
  • Observing the
  • Circulation of Water from Roots to Leaves …
  • Studying the Vein Structure of Various Leaves …
  • Making a Collection of Tree-Leaves …
  • How a Green Leaf Produces Food-Photosynthesis Isolating Chlorophyll and Testing for Starch in a Leaf  The Undersurface of a Leaf-Stomates Showing that Oxygen is a By-Product of Photosynthesis Showing that Green Plants Give Off Water from Their Leaves …
  • How Gravity Affects Plant Growth …
  • Why Leaves Turn Color in the Fall …
  • Studying a Flower-the Sweet Pea …
  • Examining Seed Pods-“Dry” Fruit …
  • Examining the Seeds of “Fleshy” Fruits The Structure of Seeds …
  • How Seeds Plant Themselves Raising Seedlings in a Tumbler Garden …
  • Growing Seedlings in a Sponge Garden . . .
  • Observing Seeds Sown in Different Types of Soil . . .
  • Growing Plants from Parts Other than Seeds-Vegetative Propagation …
  • Starting Seedlings in a Plastic Bag …
  • Adventures with Meat- and Insect-Eating Plants
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PART III: THE WORLD OF ANIMALS

  • Making a Hay Infusion to Study Protozoa . . .
  • Observing Protozoa . . .
  • Making a Collection of Sea Shells and Animals
  • Studying a Starfish . . .
  • The Oyster and the Pearl . . .
  • Studying a Grasshopper-a Typical Insect …
  • Watching a Caterpillar Become a Moth or Butterfly . . .
  • How the Firefly Glows …
  • How the Spider Spins a Web …
  • How a Fish Breathes . . .
  • Studying the Skeleton of a Fish . . .
  • Observing Circulation of Blood in the Tail of a Goldfish …
  • The Elements of a “Balanced” Aquarium …
  • Observing the Metamorphosis of a Frog . . .
  • Raising Pet Turtles . . .
  • The Structure of a Chicken Egg …
  • Studying the Digestive Organs of the Chicken …
  • Studying the Structure of a Chicken Leg

PART IV: THE HUMAN ANIMAL

  • The Human Mouth …
  • Identifying Foods by Taste Alone …
  • Distinguishing Taste Areas of the Tongue Observing a Beef Heart …
  • The Human Heart and Pulse Making a Working Model of the Chest Cavity Showing that Carbon Dioxide is a Product of Exhalation Showing that Water Vapor is Present in Exhaled Air Examining Lung Tissue from a Beef or Calf …
  • Using a Thermometer-Natural Body Heat …
  • How the Skin Throws off Body Wastes …
  • The Skin -A Built-In Thermostat … S
  • studying a Lamb Kidney …
  • The Strength of Habit …
  • Habit Formation …
  • Learning by Trial and- Error …
  • A Simple Lesson in “Learning”

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