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This course provides an understanding of the complex and challenging public health issue of food security and in a world... see more

An in depth and very detailed virtual lab manual with definitions, pictures and a wide range of topics from plant... see more

This site is being developed by James D. Mauseth at the University of Texas, who is the author of Plant Anatomy. This... see more

Quizlet is a site for creating and using flash cards. This is a Web 2.0 site where users enter terms and definitions for... see more

This activity set provides students with the opportunity to discuss the processes that underlie scientific inquiry and... see more

A website devoted to collecting, storing, sowing, germinating, and exchanging seeds. Includes pictures, a plant index,... see more

A collection of images of plants and fungi compiled by faculty and staff in the University of Wisconsin System

This site is designed to make identification of bryophytes, fungi, lichens, slime molds and some primitive plants more... see more

This Website provides pictures and information on the Flora of Missouri. The photogallery is categorized by flower color... see more

This resource is perfect for learning about irrigation water use. One is able to find detailed information about various... see more

'A summary of the photosynthesis process, including light or dependent reactions and dark, Calvin cycle, or independent... see more

Plant Facts is a web site of digital collections including a horticulture and crop science search engine, a visual plant... see more

An introduction to trees, grasses, flowering plants, and desert plants. The site includes detailed anatomical information... see more

A complete lab course is provided within this Website for Plant Taxonomy Instructors and Students. Laboratory exercises... see more

Provide access to all publicly available World Bank operational documents (project documents, analytical and advisory... see more

After reading "A Sound of Thunder," students will further investigate the impact of the "butterfly effect" as it pertains... see more

Harmful algae are microscopic, single-celled organisms that live in the sea. They are harmful to higher forms of marine... see more

This is a free, open textbook from Saylor Foundation. 'Going green, green business, and sustainable business are topics... see more

"This video stresses the importance of installing Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS), as well as wearing seat belts... see more

The AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science Atlas of Population and Environment is an important... see more

This book is available for sale on this site, but can be read online for free. "One of the biggest threats today is the... see more

Interactive food science module trains high school and college students in adjusting the pH of low acid foods to keep... see more

This is a free textbook offered by InTech. 'The present book is a collection of ten original research articles and... see more