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View Resource Phylogenetic Approach to Teaching Plant Diversity

This guided inquiry module provides an approach to teaching major groups of terrestrial plants and the methods used to construct and analyze phylogenies.

View Resource A visit to the miniature forest Insights into the biology and evolution of Bryophytes in Northeastern Connecticut

The naturalist walking through the forests and wetlands of Northeastern Connecticut searches for the hidden flowers and listens to the songs of the birds. The mosses and liverworts that cover the...

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View Resource Hacking Scrabble®: A Novel Activity for Teaching Sampling Principles and Species Accumulation Curves

Lab exercise to teach principles of sampling and developing species accumulation curves, using the game pieces from a Scrabble® board game.

View Resource Plant hairs are called trichomes.

Why are some plants hairy? This video explains the roles of plant hairs and how they help plants adapt to different environments and deter predators.

View Resource Why are some plants hairy?

These slides contain information about plant hairs called trichomes. The slides can be used to demonstrate plant structural adaptions to biotic and abiotic conditions. Slides which feature...

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