List of items used in school biology lab
Educational Scientific Supplies Company is the leading manufactuerer of items commonly used in a school biology laboratory. Below is the list of items”
- Microscopes: Used to observe and magnify small organisms or structures.
- Glass slides: Used to hold specimens for microscopic examination.
- Cover slips: Placed on top of specimens on slides to protect them and prevent smudging.
- Petri dishes: Used for cultivating and observing microorganisms.
- Test tubes: Small cylindrical tubes used for holding and mixing small amounts of liquid.
- Beakers: Wide-mouthed cylindrical containers used for holding and measuring larger amounts of liquid.
- Graduated cylinders: Tall, narrow cylinders used for measuring precise volumes of liquids.
- Pipettes: Used to transfer small amounts of liquid from one container to another.
- Bunsen burner: A gas burner used for heating substances in laboratory experiments.
- Safety goggles: Protective eyewear to shield the eyes from potential hazards.
- Lab coats: Protective garments worn to shield the body and clothing from chemicals or biological materials.
- Latex gloves: Worn to protect the hands and prevent contamination.
- Dissection kit: Typically includes scalpels, forceps, scissors, and other tools for dissecting organisms.
- pH paper/strips: Used to measure the acidity or alkalinity of a solution.
- Centrifuge: A machine used to separate components of a mixture based on density.
- Agar plates: Petri dishes containing a nutrient-rich gel used for culturing microorganisms.
- Microbiology loop/needle: Used to transfer microorganisms onto agar plates.
- Thermometer: Used to measure temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit.
- pH meter: A device used to measure the pH of a solution more precisely than pH paper.
- Test tube rack: Used to hold and organize test tubes during experiments.
- Microcentrifuge tubes: Small, screw-top tubes used for storing small amounts of liquid or specimens.
- Dissection specimens: Preserved organisms used for anatomical study, such as frogs, earthworms, or pig hearts.
- Wash bottles: Used to dispense distilled water for rinsing lab equipment or diluting solutions.
- Forceps: Used to handle small objects or specimens in a precise manner.
- Mortar and pestle: Used to grind or crush substances into a fine powder.
Please note that the specific equipment and items used in a school biology lab may vary depending on the curriculum and level of education. If you can not find here what you are looking for we can arrange that item for you.