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View Resource Basic Microscopy: An Important Skill for Plant Pathologists

This lab exercise is provided by the American Phytopathological Society Education Center as part of its Introductory Plant Pathology series. Created by Melissa B. Riley of Clemson University, Basic Microscopy familiarizes students with the use and maintenance of the compound and dissecting microscope. In addition to detailed procedural instructions, the exercise includes questions that test...

View Resource Crop Biosecurity and Countering Agricultural Terrorism

This Web site from the American Phytopathologicol Society (APS) relates APS positions and recommendations on countering agricultural terrorism through crop biosecurity. The detailed white paper, which includes relevant links and some photos, indicates differences between the US government and the scientific community over how to handle agricultural bioterrorism, and identifies still unmet needs...

View Resource APSnet: Advanced Plant Pathology Resources

The American Phytopathological Society (APS) is a professional society dedicated to "high-quality, innovative plant pathology research." Founded in 1908, the APS continues to provide educational resources for those seeking to learn more about the science of plant pathology. One way they work to accomplish this goal is through this particular section of their website. The materials on this site...

View Resource American Phytopathological Society: Plant Disease Lessons

If Citrus Canker or Apple Scab are on your syllabus -- or worse yet, on your trees -- then this is the Web site for you. The APS Education Center has organized this very helpful online guide of plant diseases. Each excerpt is more of an information card than a detailed description, but they are very easy to use and organized well. Each Plant Disease Lesson includes: the name of the disease, the...

View Resource K-12 Plant Pathways to Science

This Web site, from the American Phytopathological Society, contains a teacher's guide for lesson plans covering a range of plant science topics from powdery mildew to nematode-plant interactions. Not all the lesson plans are new, but each provides comprehensive background information, materials and methods, lesson plan descriptions, additional references, useful diagrams (best printed as PDF...

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