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Labquest Biology with Vernier Package
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Use the LabQuest 3 as a Standalone Device
LabQuest 3 works with all Vernier sensors and built-in LabQuest app.
Wireless (one to many)
Transfer LabQuest 3 data wirelessly via Wi-Fi to one or more devices running Graphical Analysis app.
Wired (one to many)
LabQuest 3 works with Chromebooks, Windows and macOS computers.
Biology with Vernier addresses the fundamentals of a high school or college general biology course with 31 experiments that include cell respiration, photosynthesis, membrane diffusion, osmosis, human physiology, transpiration, fermentation, and more.
The electronic version of the lab book includes a searchable PDF of the entire book, word-processing files for student experiments, teacher information files including sample data and graphs, a complete materials and supplies list, and other supplemental resources. The printed lab book includes everything in the electronic version, plus a printed copy of the book.
A site license is included. You only need one copy of either the electronic version or printed lab book for your entire school or college department.
Stainless Steel Temperature Probe
Go Wireless Heart Rate
Go Direct Gas Pressure Sensor
Go Direct CO2 Gas Sensor
Go Direct O2 Gas Sensor
Go Direct Conductivity Probe
Go Direct pH Sensor
Go Direct Optical Dissolved Oxygen Probe
Go Direct EKG Sensor
Go Direct Respiration Monitor Belt
LabQuest App Collect, share, and analyse sensor data with LabQuest App—the app built into LabQuest 3. LabQuest App facilitates student understanding with real-time graphs of experimental data and intuitive analysis tools.
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Graphical Analysis™ for Chrome™, iOS, Android™, Windows®, and macOS® Collect, share, and analyze sensor data with our free software. Graphical Analysis app facilitates student understanding with real-time graphs of experimental data and intuitive analysis tools.
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