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View Resource Testing Hypotheses about Herbivore Responses to Plant Vigor and Herbivore Impact on Plant Reproduction

In this laboratory exercise, students examine hypotheses about the interactions between goldenrod plants and the gall-forming insects that feed on them. Students collect and analyze data to determine...

http://tiee.ecoed.net/vol/v4/experiments/herbivore_responses...
View Resource NCEP Exercise- Forest Fragmentation and its Effects on Biological Diversity: A Mapping Exercise

This exercise involves measuring changes in a landscape as it is fragmented. Students begin with a blank grid, an undisturbed landscape, and mark grid squares in a progression that mimics...

View Resource Observing and Quantifying Predator-avoidance Behavior: Habitat Shifts by Snails in Response to Predator Cues

In this activity, students conduct an experiment to test a hypothesis about how freshwater snails detect and avoid fish predators using chemical cues and habitat complexity. Students generate a...

http://tiee.esa.org/vol/v4/experiments/habitat_shifts/abstra...
View Resource The Insect Predation Game: Evolving Prey Defenses and Predator Responses

In this activity, learn about predator-prey interactions by pretending to be generalist insect predators foraging for three prey species (candy). Three feeding adaptations are used (mandibles,...

http://tiee.esa.org/vol/v4/experiments/insect_predation/abst...
View Resource Investigating the Evolutionary Adaptations that have Enabled Plants to Survive in a Diversity of Habitats

During this exercise students will explore plant diversity in a greenhouse facility to investigate the evolutionary adaptations that have allowed plants to survive in a diversity of habitats....

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