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View Resource The red rock crab (Cancer productus) with the shell of a prey species, the native littleneck clam (Protothaca staminea).

The red rock crab (Cancer productus) is a predator of intertidal clams along the Pacific coastlines of northwestern United States and British Columbia. The crab is shown with the shell of a prey...

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View Resource A field planted with two kinds of cotton (Gossypium sp): Bt cotton and normal cotton, where the normal cotton acts as a refuge for insects.

Some rows of the field in the photograph contain cotton plants (Gossypium sp) that are genetically engineered to produce a toxin from the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt). Bt kills insects that...

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View Resource A female silver studded blue butterfly (Plebejus argus) on a shrub in the Donana National Park of southern Spain.

A female silver studded blue butterfly (Plebejus argus) on a shrub in the Donana National Park of southern Spain. P. argus has a mutualistic association with ants of the genus Lasius and uses the...

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View Resource Syllabus for BIO 344 - Ecology at Wilkes University

Course syllabus for BIO 344 - Ecology held at Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA. Course is an upper-level lab course offered to Biology and Environmental Science majors at Wilkes. Students...

View Resource Understanding Human Demography Using the Science Pipes Demography Module

This investigation helps students effectively analyze birth and death data collected from cemeteries to produce life tables, survivorship curves, and histograms, using a data workflow system called...

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