In article <34q91a$8qj at jhunix1.hcf.jhu.edu>,
Diana Weedman <dlweed at eureka.wbme.jhu.edu> wrote:
>I am trying to create a three-week intensive neuroscience course
>for gifted high-school kids as part of Johns Hopkins' Center for
>Talented Youth (CTY). It's a lab course, so I am looking for ideas
>for demonstrations/labs which can be done with inexpensive materials
>and would be interesting to 14-yr olds. Any ideas/leads would be
>Johns Hopkins Univ.
>>How about measuring resting membrane potentials in crawfish tails.
This seems to be an easy experiment to set-up and perform. Include
varying extracellular K+ and Cl- concentrations when compared to
normal 0.9 mM ringers solution.
University of Texas At Austin
Communication Sciences and Disorders
sirianni at uts.cc.utexas.edu