Students kit My body, my health


This kit contains equipment and resources for scientific experiments covering multiple disciplines to perform simple experiments on the perception of taste and on the ingredients in food.
In addition to experiments on breathing and taste, there are others which allow the demonstration of ingredients in what we eat.
 
Age 11-14
Materials for 1 work group or demonstration

Students kit My body, my health

Art. no. 22014

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experiments
  • 1 - Strength of bones

    experiment "Strength of bones "

    The two plastic cups are placed upside down on the table. The plastic strip is placed flat on the bottoms of the cups at both ends. The ends should rest about 1 cm on the bottoms.
    It is observed how far the plastic strip bends without load.


  • 2 - Taste cells of the tongue

    experiment "Taste cells of the tongue"

    The students examine the taste cells of the tongue with four different liquids.


  • 3 - Detection of starch in foodstuffs

    experiment "Detection of starch in foodstuffs"

    We will shortly provide a description of the experiment here.


  • 4 - Detection of fat in foodstuffs

    experiment "Detection of fat in foodstuffs"

    We will shortly provide a description of the experiment here.


  • 5 - Detection of glucose in foodstuffs

    experiment "Detection of glucose in foodstuffs"

    Students detect glucose in foods.


  • 6 - Detection of protein in foodstuffs

    experiment "Detection of protein in foodstuffs"

    Students detect protein in foods.


  • 7 - Confirmation of starch digestion in the mouth

    experiment "Confirmation of starch digestion in the mouth"

    We will shortly provide a description of the experiment here.


  • 8 - Determination of the carbon dioxide content of inhaled and exhaled air

    experiment "Determination of the carbon dioxide content of inhaled and exhaled air"

    We will shortly provide a description of the experiment here.


  • 9 - Determination of respiratory volume

    experiment "Determination of respiratory volume"

    We will shortly provide a description of the experiment here.


scope of supply
  • 5 × Graduated plastic beaker, 100 ml
  • 1 × Insulation block
  • 2 × Dropping pipette, plastic
  • 1 × Teaspoon
  • 1 × Knife
  • 6 × Test tubes, plastic, 152 mm
  • 2 × Test tube stand, plastic
  • 1 × Vegetable oil
  • 1 × Plastic tube, 300 mm
  • 1 × Plastic strip, 200 mm
  • 1 × Garlic press
  • 1 × Weight with hook, 100 g
  • 1 × Suction flask
  • 1 × Thermometer, mercury free filling, -10 to +110 °C
  • 4 × Watch glass, 80 mm
  • 1 × Pack filter papers (100 pcs.)
  • 1 × Polyethylene bottles, 50 ml
  • 1 × Rubber bellows, single
  • 6 × Rubber stopper 18/14 mm
  • 1 × Silicone tubing 7/1.5 mm
  • 1 × Calcium hydroxide
  • 100 × Set cotton swabs (100 pcs.)
  • 1 × Glucose test strips
  • 1 × Protein test strips
  • 1 × Bottle of sodium chloride
  • 1 × Granulated sugar
  • 1 × Dextrose
  • 1 × Iodine solution
  • 1 × Modified starch
  • 1 × Plastic box 60/50/30 mm
  • 2 × Rubber rings for sound plates