Students read and test themselves on the conditions that cause specific acid/base imbalances.
Passive Transport: Filtration and Facilitated Diffusion
By Barbara Liang
In this animated object, learners examine processes that do not use ATP directly including hydrostatic pressure and facilitated diffusion with carrier proteins.
Biomolecules: The Proteins (Video)
By Becky Polk-Pohlman
Explore what proteins are, their structure, and their functions.
The Cell: Passive Transport Osmosis
In this animated object, learners examine water molecules moving through a semipermeable membrane.
Spelling of Viral Names
By Marise Hussey
Learners listen to the pronunciation of viral names and then type the terms. They may choose the number of names that they wish to spell (up to 16). Immediate feedback is given, and a final score is provided at the end of the activity.
Learners read a general description of the function and structure of leaves and examine drawings and microscopic views. A matching exercise completes the learning object.
pH and Its Basic Principles
By Joan Kornitz
In this animated object, learners view hydrogen and hydroxide ions in a solution. A brief quiz on the basic principles of the term pH completes the activity.
By Kristine Snow
Learners view video clips demonstrating acid-fast staining procedures. Correctly stained slides are shown. The learning object includes two matching exercises.
By Martha Bryan, Linda Lockshin
Students read about how acid/base balance affects a person's health. This activity includes animation.
Acid-Base Imbalances and Their Etiologies
By Kathleen Lee
In this interactive object, the learner matches various disorders to the acid-base disturbances they cause.
Properties of Exponents: Multiplication Rule - Set 2
You'll practice solving problems using the rule for multiplying powers with the same base.
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