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Edvotek MyLab Custom Kit - How Do We Keep Our Food Safe?

Item #: 2087774
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Are you planning a virtual curriculum or looking for experiments ideal for distance learning? With MyLab custom kits from Edvotek, you can plan your curriculum and have all the materials sent directly to your students!

Bacteria grows and multiplies rapidly unless kept in check by good sanitation, food safety, and personal hygiene. Many procedures are routinely used in food safety that include cooking, chilling, cleaning, and avoiding cross-contamination. In this MyLab experiment, milk will be used as a growth medium for bacteria. A blue dye will be added that turns colorless when bacteria grow in it. The impact of cooking, chilling, and cross-contamination will be tested to determine bacterial growth. Each kit comes with enough instructions and materials for 2-3 runs of each experiment.

Features:
  • Learn how biotechnologies and the 4Cs protect food from pathogenic bacteria
  • Explore how temperature affects bacteria growth
  • Open ended experiment lets students design and test additional variables
Includes:
  • indicator dye
  • pH paper
  • acetic acid
  • sodium bicarbonate
  • tubes
  • pipettes