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Title:Bacterial Contamination of Foods
Producer:Pennsylvania State University
Description:This kit is intended for grades 7-9. It encompasses lessons for science, math, home economics and social studies classes. Uses combination of basic microbiology, experiments, videos, classroom visitors, and role playing to resolve the issue "Who is responsible for keeping food safe from bacterial contamination?" Includes 18 lessons with objectives, teacher preparation, activities, test, transparency masters. Includes videocassettes, "Mystery of the Poisoned Panther Picnic" and "Dirty Dining."
Topic:Pathogens and Contaminants
Audience:Adolescents
Format/Pub. Year:Kits (1996)
Contact Information:
 Pennsylvania State University
Dept. of Food Science
203B Borland
University Park, PA 16802
Telephone:814-863-3973
Fax:814-863-6132
Email:f9a@psu.edu
Cost:Free with Restrictions
How To Order:Available through NAL's InterLibrary Loan Program. Request Library Materials
NAL Call Number:Kit no.376
Grant Number:Extension grantee 92-EFSQ-1-4063

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