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This site contains a number of Web-accessible botanical resources from Herbarium COLO, the Botany Section of the University of Colorado Museum. Focused exclusively on the flora of Colorado, the site includes species...
The staff of the Wisconsin State Herbarium have created this excellent online resource for exploring the world of vascular plants in Wisconsin, complete with several helpful finding aids to navigate the collection. Based...
Vulpia, named in honor of the late Dr. W.B. Fox (fox: latin vulpes), is an online botanical publication produced by the herbarium at North Carolina State University. The database currently includes six papers published...
With this recently updated Web site from the Flying Turtle Company (created by David Watson), learning about photosynthesis is almost fun -- definitely more engaging than what the standard biology textbook has to offer....
The National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science (NCCST) at State University of New York-Buffalo has available this lesson plan. The NCCST aims to encourage the use of case studies in science courses, as they hold...
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