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Co Authors:

Susan Evarts
Horticulture
Minnesota Zoological Gardens
sievarts@gmail.com

Alison Krufka
Department of Biological Sciences
Rowan University
krufka@rowan.edu

Chester Wilson
Department of Biology
University of St. Thomas
c9wilson@stthomas.edu

Abstract:

We are a recipient of a 2004 National Dissemination grant from the National Science Foundation’s Division of Undergraduate Education and has been cited as a source for model case studies by the National Research Council and the American Association for the Advancement of Science

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Keywords: 2004 National Dissemination grant, National Science Foundation Division of Undergraduate Education, NSF, National Science Digital Library, NSDL, American Association for the Advancement of Science, AAAS, National Research Council, NRC, Biology2010
Topical Area: web20
Educational Level: web20
Formats: web20
Type/Method: web20
Language: web20
Subject Headings: Biology (General)   Evolutionary Biology   Botany / Plant Science  
Date Posted: 3/5/2010
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Wonderful case study. I incorporate an intro to the nitrogen cycle and a review of cellular respiration/metabolic poisons and genetics. The white clover project lab activity from Washington University goes well with the activity as well: http://biology4.wustl.edu/cloverproject/


Beth Adler
Science
Oak Ridge High Shcool
Oak Ridge, TN
badler@ortn.edu
3/28/2011
Fantastic case study! I teach A.P. Environmental Science and I cover this during my evolution section. It is also gives me an opportunity to review genetics and a little preview of toxicology that I cover later in the course. Wonderful!


Renee Diamond
Science
Brick Township High School
Brick, NJ
rdiamond2466@optonline.net
10/15/2013



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