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A simple investigation, with clear procedural advice, on looking at how chemicals affect the cytoplasm of red onion epidermal cells.
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Covers the fundamental activities that use plants, and includes advice on which plants to use and how to keep plants at school. 
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This document explains how to carry out a circus of qualitative food tests for:carbohydratesstarch – iodine testreducing sugars - Benedict’s testnon-reducing sugars – hydrolysis then Benedict’s test p.. more
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Everything you want to know about earthworms. Their biology and how to identify different sorts. How to successfully keep them in your classroom, and some investigations you can undertake in and out o.. more
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Everything you wanted to know about snails, including how to look after them and investigations you can undertake. Originally produced for primary schools, the information and advice is equally releva.. more
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Risk assessment information about red phosphorus. For white/yellow phosphorus, see Hazcard 73A.
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Includes information on: lead metal, lead(II) carbonates, lead(II) oxide, lead(IV) oxide, dilead(II) lead(IV) oxide (red lead) and lead(II) sulfide (galena).
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Guidance on the preparation of Leishman’s stain. This is used for staining red and white blood cells in a blood smear. 
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Health and Safety information on a range of wave radiations studied in school science; including radio, micro, infra red, ultra violet, visible light, X-rays, and gamma rays.
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Describes and explains the various spectra which are used to identify chemicals. Provides data on the infra red, magnetic resonance, mass and UV spectra for a range of common organics substances.
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