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View Resource A Practical Guide to Mycorrhiza

Created by Dr. Ted St. John, this Web site contains a detailed guide to mycorrhiza, the group of fungi that live in association with plant roots. Simply presented and easy to use, this online guide offers users loads of mycorrhiza-related information, including Ted's Chunky Style Myco-bits, a section that describes the types of mycorrhiza, the benefits of mycorrizal inoculation, details on soil...
View Resource Breeding Corn from Teosinte

This short video talks about how corn was originally bred from the teosinte plant by native Mexican farmers. The morphologies of modern-day corn and teosinte plants are compared to illustrate how artificial selection can bring about dramatic changes in plants.
View Resource Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis Worksheet

On this worksheet, students employ recall to answer questions that highlight the similarities and the differences between the processes of cellular respiration and photosynthesis. The answer key is included. Images used come from the following sources: Reece, J.B., Urry, L.A., Cain, M.L., Wasserman, S.A.,Minorsky, P.V., and Jackson, R.B....
View Resource Eukaryota: Systematics

This website is a systematic overview of Eukaryota, including chromista, testaceafilosea, radiolaria, alveolates, rhodophyta, slime molds, primitive flagellates, amoebae & parasite taxa, green algae, choanoflgellata, fungi, plantae, and animalia. By clicking the boxes containing a picture of each category, readers can get more in-depth information about that category. Most web pages contains...
View Resource Fibonacci and Being a Plant Part 2 of 3

This is video two in a three video series. This video continues from the introduction to describe how plants have their leaves in certain arrangements, and how this relates to the Fibonacci series. It is a good video to illustrate the unity of knowledge in math and science, as well as exhibiting the unity and diversity of life (both of these are related to course learning objectives in all CLSE...
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