First Year Biology Lab 112
Professor of Biology and Chemistry
University of Cincinnati Clermont College,
Batavia OH 45103
homogenate for titration
This is the first time I have taught this course in several years, and I will be adding and/or modifying many of these protocols as we work our way through the quarter. Stay tuned.
Here is a page
of tree buds which we will be studying during Winter Quarter.
Table of Contents
Schedule of Lab Activities, Biology Lab 112, Winter Quarter
Laboratory Notebook Procedure | (New students must
Format Suggestions for Table of Contents | mount these protocols
Format Suggestions for Cumulative Lists.
Use of Contact Paper for Mounting Handouts | in their notebooks.
Notebook Illustrations | All students are
The Binocular Microscope: Its Features & Care | responsible for them and
Using & Evaluating the Microscope, storage grdsht | should know them.)
Sample First Notebook Grade sheet (from Genetics lab, previous year)
Sample Second Notebook Grade sheet from previous year
Local Winter Birds at your Feeder
Field Hike Protocol
Visualization of Chromosomes in Root Tips
Writing a Scientific Paper
Chromatographic Separation of Photosynthetic Pigments
Spectra of Isolated Photosynthetic Pigments
Mitosis versus Meiosis
Human Genetics and Pedigrees
Biological Aspects of a Healthful Salad
Maple Syrup Protocol
Maple Sap Collection Data Form
Vitamin C Titration Protocol
Vitamin C Assay Reagents
Standardization of 0.01 N Iodine Titrant
Determination of Hourly Excretion Rate of Vitamin C
Titration of Vitamin C in Fruit Juice
Vitamin C Excretion Problems
Introduction to Taxonomy
Making Labneh (simple yogurt Cheese)
Making Hard Cheese: for 1 gallon of milk, for 5 gallons of milk.
Assay of Coliform in Ambient Water or Iced Tea
Gram Stain Protocol