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Dresser, Rebecca - - 2011
Mukherjee, Debjani - - 2011
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Caulffield, Timothy - - 2011
Murray, Thomas - - 2011
Lambert, Alison - - 2011
Lambert, Alison - - 2011
McGuigan, Lorraine - - 2011
McGuigan, Lorraine - - 2011
Rule, Belinda - - 2011
Smith, Angela (Australian - - 2011
Smith, Angela (Australian - - 2011
Claire, Rachel - - 2011
Hile, Fiona - - 2011
Hile, Fiona - - 2011
Van Rijswijk, - - 2011
Van Rijswijk, - - 2011
Austin, Susan (Australian - - 2011
Temperton, Barbara - - 2011
Downing, Jane - - 2011
Woodhouse, Jena - - 2011
Werth, Shalene - - 2011
Yun, Hing - - 2011
Hall, Kate (Australian - - 2011
Castagna, Felicity - - 2011
Byrnesim, Bay - - 2011
Sofaer, H.R. - - 2011
A major goal of ecological research is to understand how ecological factors, such as food and predator abundance, interact to shape birth and death rates. Case studies describing this research can provide students with an understanding of how ecological conditions affect demographic rates, as well as an opportunity to explore ...
Davis-Berg, Elizabeth - - 2011
This one-session laboratory exercise teaches all the major invertebrate phyla in about 2 hours.
Waller, Pat - - 2011
Is the topic of endangered species an add-on or enrichment content for your delivery of curriculum? As every teacher knows, it is easier to engage students if there is an interest. With the news reporting of climate change and its impact on living things, conservation of endangered species has become ...
Henderson, Flor - - 2011
Community college science majors were assigned a team-based research project in a course sequence of General Biology I and II and were followed over a two-semester sequence during three academic years. The project was intended to introduce key General Education principles such as global citizenship, scientific reasoning, communication skills, information ...
Urmeneta, Jordi - - 2011
Microorganisms were first described by van Leeuwenhoek in the 17th century. Later, Pasteur and Koch related them to diseases. Since then, the scientific community has striven to extend awareness of the many functions of microorganisms. Science museums provide an excellent setting in which to disseminate such knowledge, but the presentation ...
Romesburg, H. - - 2011
The surface-to-volume ratio (S/V) is well suited for inquiry-based learning in high school and college biology courses. It has a huge catalogue of biological and physical applications concerning structure and function. It is easy to learn, illustrates scientific methods, and can provide students with their favorite classroom moments, as many ...
Batorsky, Roberta - - 2011
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