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SKU: KT-STO119

Enzymes and Lactose Intolerance

$26.95
Ages 11+
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Discover the science behind lactose intolerance with this chemistry kit. Can over-the-counter LACTAID (R) digest lactose? Learn about enzymes and how sugar lactose is broken down through a variety of engaging experiments. Read More

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DESCRIPTION

Discover the science behind lactose intolerance! Students will learn about enzymes and model lactase, the enzyme responsible for breaking down the sugar lactose. Then they'll conduct tests to determine if over-the-counter LACTAID (R) can digest lactose. Finally, students will design and conduct a series of experiments to explore the impact of pH on the action of enzymes.

This kit will have students excited about scientific discovery. They'll learn key concepts including

  1. Enzymes are biological catalysts
  2. Reaction rates are impacted enzymes
  3. Temperature and pH influence enzyme function

This kit can be conducted in the classroom or at home in two 40 minute sessions plus homework. Comes with complete Teacher Guide and Student materials.

MORE INFORMATION

 

CONTENTS

The kit includes:

  • 5 Labeled droppers
  • 1 LACTAID (R) capsule
  • 1 Large tube
  • 1 Microtube
  • Powdered milk
  • Glucose
  • Acid (white vinegar)
  • 12 Toothpicks
  • Part 2 Test Strip
  • Part 3 Test Strip
  • 12 Glucose indicator strips
  • Glucose indicator color chart

You will also need:

  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • Safety Goggles
  • Water
  • Paper Towels (for clean up)

SPECIFICATIONS

 
KT-STO119
Warning: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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