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A good way to find out if a water source has bacteria or fungi in it is to deliberately give the microbes perfect conditions to grow in, so each one multiplies into a colony that’s big enough to see easily.
That’s what this resource lets your students do.
This resource forms one part of a topic on nutrition and digestion called ‘Food and Famine’. You can find the whole topic on the GSK STEM Education website, here, or find the other four resources at these links:
Find more great resources from GSK here.
GSK is a science-led global healthcare company with a special purpose: to help people do more, feel better, live longer. GSK Stem Education believes in the magic of science and wants to share a passion for science with students and their teachers everywhere.
Find out more about GSK STEM Education here and follow GSK on Twitter at @GSK.
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