Migration Sensation Wonder why birds fly south for the winter and how you can help along the way? Never fear, Migration Sensation is here! Learn about migration, ways to help birds, and how to make a migration rest stop with the Ketterson Lab! Meet Dr. Ketterson Ellen Ketterson
Tour the Greenhouse Home to nearly 800 species of plants from around the world, the Greenhouse is also a working research facility. Meet the Century Plant Fun facts about the Century Plant… bats, sugar, and thread!
A Microbial Story Follow a bacterial cell as it alters its physiology to survive diverse environments and encounters with strange and sometimes dangerous microbes. Logarithmic Scale Worksheet Extra Credit
Materials Checklist Printed Coloring PagesCrayons, colored pencils etc. Animal Cell Darwin's Finches Wear a Mask Photosynthesis Created by Service Through ART Students
Bee Development This video contains a description of the development of a honey bee. Grafting Larvae This video features a short excerpt from a day in the life of a bee researcher. Once we remove a frame of brood from a hive box, we use a plastic tool to scoop individual
Introduction Just like you and me, plants can get sick too when they become infected with a pathogen. Out in nature, there are a variety of different bacteria, fungi, viruses, and nematodes that infect plants. Some of these pathogens live deep within the soil and infect the roots while others
Microbes: Friends or Foes? Plant seeds harbor microbes on the surface of their seeds. Find out how these microbes either help or hurt plants. What Do Microbes Do For Plant Growth? Protocols Materials Checklist At Least 6 Seeds of One Type (seeds can be from fresh
Mice: model organisms Did you know that researching mice can teach us about our own bodies and behavior? Although we don’t look alike, mice and humans have a lot in common biologically. Humans and mice share how we develop, all major organ systems, and about 95% of our genes, the genetic