|Dry Up Baby! Anhydrobiosis (Freeze Drying)|
In this lab activity, students explore how organisms are able to survive the extreme environmental conditions found in the Polar regions. Students will design experiments using Tardigrades and rotifers to expand their knowledge and understanding of normal behavior followed by experiments to explore anhydrobiosis.
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DLESE Catalog ID: DLESE-000-000-005-946
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Author: Barb Schulz
Publisher: The Armada Project