Candy Cell Labeled

May 30, 2008

Authored By Christine Battan

Christine manages the live animal collection, teaches weekday dissection labs and summer camp classes, and presents Wildlife on Wheels programs. It has been said that she is "usually carrying something interesting."

4 responses to “Candy Cell Labeled”

  1. Alexis Tate says:

    What was used for the Gologi Apparatus?

  2. mrs benson classs room says:

    this is good my class are using this as an example thx for the picture

  3. vicki says:

    ??hey what was the ingredients for this amazing project??

  4. Christine says:

    If you haven’t had the opportunity, check out the original blog the picture was in. In “I want candy” post’s comments you will find tips for the hard-to-figure-out bits and some general suggestions. This super simple project was completed by comparing the organelles’ overall size or shape and function to the candies found at my local grocer. Just a little imagination goes a long way, so have fun with it. Science and Candy, make something memorable!

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