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This collection of laboratory exercises provides small groups of students with the background information and materials needed to design and conduct their own inquiry-based projects, and report their work-orally or through posters-to the rest of the group. Laboratory exercises are supported by a detailed Instructor's Manual that offers ideas for projects, addresses difficulties that instructors may encounter using these exercises, and provides lists of needed supplies.
Table of Contents
|Observation: The First Necessity of Science||p. 1|
|Designing Experiments: The Effectiveness of Herbicides||p. 5|
|Adaptations: What Traits Help Organisms?||p. 11|
|Building Phylogenies||p. 21|
|Thermal Biology||p. 29|
|Population Growth of Bread Mold||p. 33|
|Measuring Biodiversity||p. 39|
|Biology in Context: Preserving Biodiversity||p. 49|
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