Biology Experiments that You will Love to Do at Home

by Sophia Lee English Assignment Help

Talking of biology, the monotonous nature of the assignment makes students lose their interest in it. This is the reason why students hire biology assignment help so that they can score good grades. But exciting experiments can make working on biology assignments fun.

Here are two experiments that assignment experts think you will love to do at your home. 

Experiment I: Bacteria Cultivation Grown on Hand

Ingredients: Gelatin, Small Airtight Jar or Container


Heat water in a pan and add a packet of gelatin granules. Stir vigorously until the grains are entirely dissolved. Pour the solution in a jar when still hot. Cover it with a lid so that it doesn’t get contaminated. Put the jar in the refrigerator. Open the lid once, touch the solution cover, and cover it again. Keep the jar at room temperature. Within a few days, you will find white spots on the gelatin. These are your hand’s skin bacteria.


Micro-organisms can easily disappear before we could see them with our naked eyes. But gelatin has several nutrients, and they help these bacteria reproduce and accumulate in the jar until visible. If you find it hard to write the lab report, you can hire biology assignment help services.

ExperimentII: Change the Color of Flower

Ingredients: Flower (preferably, white), ink, water, and a glass


Take a white petalled flower and keep it in a glass full of water. Add ink to your favorite color. After some time, you will notice that not only the petals but veins and ribs of the flower have imbibed the color of the ink.


We provide water to plant so that they can survive. Plants have a unique tube system called Xylem. It distributes water and nutrients to the flower. With the help of this experiment, you will be able to see this tube system function. To know more about the Xylem, take assignment assistance from your teachers or seniors. All the best!

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