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View Resource Desert star (Monoptilon bellioides) flowers in bloom.

Desert star (Monoptilon bellioides) flowers in bloom. Desert star is an annual plant that grows in very arid regions of the southwestern United States. Desert star and other desert annuals may delay...

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View Resource A leaf shows damage caused by necrosis (cell death) and chlorosis (insufficient chlorophyll production) due to a pathogenic fungus.

A leaf shows damage caused by necrosis (cell death) and chlorosis (insufficient chlorophyll production) due to a pathogenic fungus. Such damage reduces the photosynthetic area available to the plant....

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View Resource The East Front of the Northern Rocky Mountains in Montana showing the transition between prairie and forest.

The East Front of the Northern Rocky Mountains in Montana shows the transition between prairie and forest. In this region, limber pine (Pinus flexilis) is an early successional tree. It facilitates...

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View Resource A female green orchid bee (Euglossa viridissima) gathers floral resins from a Clusia lanceolata plant to use in brood cell construction.

A female green orchid bee (Euglossa viridissima) gathers floral resins from a Clusia lanceolata plant to use in brood cell construction. A resin mass is visible on the hind leg. Almost 200 species of...

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View Resource Impala (Aepyceros melampus) graze in a grassy patch in the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, South Africa.

Impala (Aepyceros melampus) graze on grass in the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, South Africa. Grass is a major component of the diet of impala and several other species abundant in the park. A recent study...

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