Educational Science & Technology
Biology (11-18) Sensor Pack
Biology (11-18) Sensor Pack

A curriculum pack that includes sensors and eBook curriculum materials. Each pack has been carefully designed to offer maximum flexibility and subject coverage at an affordable price.

Warranty & Support

All our sensors are supplied with 5 years warranty and lifetime support.

Curriculum eBook Contents

With the included sensors the following experiments can be achieved, note that a suitable Data Logger is not included in the sensor pack.

Biology (11-14) eBook

  • 01 Pulse 
  • 02 Armchair gymnastics 
  • 03 Not only exercise excites the heart 
  • 04 Food as fuel 
  • 05 Breathing patterns 
  • 06 Rate of consumption of O2 to measure of respiratory activity 
  • 07 Rate of production of CO2 to measure of respiratory activity 
  • 08 Temperature changes as a measure of respiratory activity 
  • 09 How does photosynthetic activity vary with light intensity? 
  • 10 Measuring water loss (transpiration) from plants 
  • 11 Growth in a plant, as a measure of photosynthetic activity 
  • 12 Regulation of body heat 
  • 13 Hot stuff!? 
  • 14 How does sweating keep you cool? 
  • 15 Should I use deodorant or antiperspirant? 
  • 16 Why do animals huddle? 
  • 17 Reaction times 
  • 18 Hit the brakes! 
  • 19 Measuring the daily changes in a habitat 
  • 20 The break down of Casein by the enzyme protease 
  • 21 The break down of starch by the enzyme amylase 
  • 22 Osmosis 
  • 23 How good is my suntan cream? 

Biology (14-18) eBook

  • 01 Pulse 
  • 02 Armchair gymnastics 
  • 03 Not only exercise excites the heart 
  • 04 Food as fuel 
  • 05 Citrus power 
  • 06 Rate of consumption of O2 as measure of respiratory activity 
  • 07 Rate of production of CO2 as a measure of respiratory activity 
  • 08 Temperature changes as a measure of respiratory activity 
  • 09 Measuring respiration (effect of temperature) 
  • 10 Gas production in yeast fermentation of sucrose 
  • 11 The uptake of oxygen as a measure of photosynthetic activity 
  • 12 Growth in a plant, as a measure of photosynthetic activity 
  • 13 Regulation of body heat 
  • 14 Hot stuff!? 
  • 15 How does sweating keep you cool? 
  • 16 Should I use deodorant or antiperspirant? 
  • 17 Why do animals huddle? 
  • 18/19 Reaction times and Hit the brakes 
  • 20 Measuring the daily changes in a habitat 
  • 21 Osmosis 
  • 22 The effect of temperature on membrane permeability in beetroot 
  • 23 Residual heat: Thermal imaging 
  • 24 Residual heat: Finding where a natural disaster survivor is buried 
  • 25 Relationship between temperature and radiated energy 
  • 26 How good is my suntan cream? 
  • 27 How does photosynthetic activity vary with light intensity? 
  • 28 Photosynthesis and respiration 
  • 29 Transpiration: Measuring water loss from plants 
  • 30 Transpiration: Measuring by mass loss 
  • 31 Transpiration: Differences between leaf surfaces 
  • 32 Transpiration: Measuring by pressure change (photometer) 
  • 33 Does water loss in a plant change its physical size? 
  • 34 Protease and casein reaction 
  • 35 How does enzyme activity change with temperature? 
  • 36 How does enzyme activity change with pH? 
  • 37 Change of enzyme activity with substrate concentration? 
  • 38 Cobalt as an inhibitor of a protease activity 
  • 39 Determination of the Michaelis constant 
  • 40 Amylase and starch reaction 
  • 41 How does enzyme activity change with temperature? 
  • 42 How does enzyme activity change with pH? 
  • 43 How does enzyme activity change with substrate concentration? 
  • 44 The breakdown of starch by the enzyme amylase 
  • 45 Heart beats 
  • 46 ECG graph demonstration 
  • 47 ECG Scope demonstration 
  • 48 Heart beats (Polar heart rate sensor) 
  • 49 Breathing patterns 
  • 50 Lung capacities 
  • 51 Peak Flow 
  • 52 Flow volume loops 
  • 53 Colorimetric determination of glucose concentration 
  • 54 Effect of glucose concentration on the colour of Benedict’s solution 
  • 55 Acid base titration: polyprotic acids 
  • 56 Why does fruit brown when exposed to air? 
  • 57 Rate of reaction: Which catalyst is best? 
  • 58 The rate at which catalase breaks 
  • 59 The rate at which catalase breaks down 
  • 60 Acid base Titration: Titration of alanine with sodium hydroxide 
  • 61 Biology enzymes: Juice extraction from apples 
  • 62 Control of body temperature’s response to hot and cold 
  • 63 Regulation of body temperature due to exercise 
  • 64 A womb with a view: A quick scan (model of ultrasound imaging) 
  • 65 A womb with a view: The whole view (model of ultrasound imaging) 
  • 66 Effect of sunlight on carbon dioxide levels around a plant 
  • 67 Carbon dioxide levels in the classroom 
  • 68 How does carbon dioxide vary in the environment? 
  • 69 A model of the green house effect 
  • 70 How does pressure change with depth? How deep is my pond? 
  • 71 How tall am I? 
  • 72 The role of buffers in biological systems 
  • 73 Muscle fatigue using the Light gate 
  • 74 Muscle fatigue using a Force sensor 
  • 75 Daltons law of partial pressures 
  • 76 Heat transfer in a heat exchanger 
Your Purchasing Options

For customers outside of the UK, please contact Data Harvest or an overseas distributor within your country.

Product Order No.
Biology (11-18) Sensor Pack Biology (11-18) Sensor Pack CSP001

Specification

All Sensors Please see individual sensor pages for specifications
All eBooks Supplied in digital PDF format

What's in the box

1x Heart Rate and Pulse Waveform
2x Push Button Reaction Switch
1x Temperature Sensor - Fast response
2x Temperature Sensors
1x Timing Mats (Pair)
1x Colorimeter Sensor
1x Humidity Sensor
1x Biology L2 eBook
1x Biology L3 eBook