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Title: An Antipodal Mystery
Url: http://sciencecases.lib.buffalo.edu/cs/collection/detail.asp?case_id=...
Creator: Herreid, Clyde F.
Publisher: National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science
Description: This case study looks at how the scientific process really works, particularly in respect to evolutionary biology. Using the example of the discovery of the platypus, the lesson ties in easily with biology or zoology courses. The case study and teaching notes may be downloaded in PDF format. The site also includes a section for instructor feedback where general comments may be read and contributed.
LC Classification: Science -- Natural history. Biology -- Biology (General) -- Evolution
Science -- Natural history. Biology -- Biology (General) -- Evolution -- Mutation in evolution. Evolutionary genetics
Science -- Natural history. Biology -- Biology (General) -- Study and teaching. Research
Science -- Zoology -- Chordates. Vertebrates -- Mammals -- Systematic divisions. By order and family, A-Z -- Monotremata -- Ornithorhynchidae (Platypus)
Science -- Zoology -- Study and teaching. Research
GEM Subject: Science -- Biology
Science -- Biological and life sciences
Science -- Instructional issues
Science -- History
Key Concept: Biology -- Evolution
Agriculture -- Zoology
Biology -- Species
Key Concepts Complete: Yes
Date Issued: 2005-08-15
Resource Type: Cases
Instructional Materials
Lesson Plans
Reading Materials
Science Materials
Teaching Guides
Format: html
pdf
Audience: College/University Instructors
Higher Education
Secondary Education
Teachers
University First Cycle
Language: English
Rights: National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, University at Buffalo.
Access Rights: Free access
Date Of Record Release: 2011-01-10 03:00:02 (W3C-DTF)
Date Last Modified: 2011-01-06 15:09:45 (W3C-DTF)
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