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Exploring Energy Transformations in Plants

    The ability to explain the processes by which plants capture, store and use energy for growth and development is fundamental to understanding bioenergy. In this set of lessons, students investigate how plants harness and use different sources of energy during germination and growth. Students ask questions and make predictions about the sources of energy that plants use. They then plan and carry out investigations using Wisconsin Fast Plants® to collect evidence to test predictions and construct scientific arguments.
    Format
    Primary or BEN resource type
    General Biology Core Concepts
    Discipline Specific Core Concepts
    General Biology Competencies
    Life science discipline (subject)
    Keywords photosynthesis, respiration, growth and development, energy
    Audience
    Intended End User Role
    Language
    Educational Language
    Pedagogical Use Description N/A
    Primary Author Controlled Name
    Primary Author Affiliation GLBRC
    Primary Author email education_glbrc@wisc.edu
    Rights Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center
    Date Of Record Submission 2017-01-10

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