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  • Introduction to Protista: Euglena Euglena was once studied as a simple animal by zoologists and as a simple plant by botanists. How does this protist combine some characteristics of animals with the plant-like ability to photosynthesize? View »
  • Carolina Living Plants Care Living Plant Care and Handling Information View »
  • Bees at School Bradley James, co-owner of Beepods, explains the benefits of keeping bees at school. Learn about the buzz, and why bees are the perfect organism to engage students and promote hands-on learning. View »
  • Studying Animal Body Plans Introduce your students to the diversity of kingdom Animalia by studying the body plans of 6 representative organisms. View »
  • Invertebrate Biodiversity with Berlese Funnels Using soil invertebrates, students identify the number of species present in a soil sample and the number of individuals within a species. With some simple math, they can then calculate the density of invertebrates in a plot. View »
  • Carolina's Genetic Corn: Part 2-Harvesting This video documents the harvesting of our genetic corn, that will be sold to schools and colleges for use in genetic lessons and studies. View »
  • Systems Modeling with Bottle Biology Systems thinking and the science and engineering practice of modeling are now in the foreground of learning expectations as defined by the Next Generation Science Standards. In this article, we describe and give specific examples of how tried-and-true Bottle Biology ecosystems investigations can effectively support both systems thinking and modeling practices. View »
  • Invertebrate Biodiversity and Abiotic Factors Understanding the relationships between biotic diversity and abiotic factors in an ecosystem can be a difficult task. Using soil invertebrates, students can identify both the number of species present in a soil sample and the number of individuals within a species. View »
  • Muscular Typogram Flex your skills with this muscleman typogram by artist Aaron Kuehn. It offers a unique and creative way to learn the names and locations of muscles. View »
  • Dissection FAQs Find answers to the most common dissection questions here. View »
  • Engineering for Sports: Traumatic Brain Injury How can sports-related brain injuries be prevented? Get tips and resources to help your students engineer and test brain protection device designs. View »
  • Human Body: Muscular System Use this infographic to teach the structure and function of skeletal, cardiac, and smooth muscle. View »