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RESOURCE USERS: All items presented on the site are peer-reviewed and accepted for educational use by the Botanical Society of America and/or one of the peer Society partners.

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Welcome to the Botanical Society of America's new resource portal! This project is run in conjunction with the Ecological Society of America, the Society for Economic Botany, and the Society for the Study of Evolution and is in part supported by the National Science Foundation.

This site is a tool designed to allow members to share resources online—images, syllabi, labs, lectures, data sets, software, etc. If you have a resource that helps the Society promote its mission, we're here to assist you in sharing it.

 
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View Resource Why are some plants hairy?

These slides contain information about plant hairs called trichomes. The slides can be used to demonstrate plant structural adaptions to biotic and abiotic conditions. Slides which feature...

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View Resource A Structured Inquiry Approach to Cotyledon Phenotyping

Transmission genetics labs are valuable for undergraduate development of analytical thinking skills. However, these labs typically present the scientific process as artificially linear, with a...

View Resource Simulation Games for Animal Behavior: Exploring Tradeoffs of Foraging and Vigilance

This game is one of three submitted for use in an upper level course that focuses on animal behavior. The games are paired with a published article from the primary literature, and students should...

View Resource Algae, Fungi, & Higher Plant Life Cycles

The attached PowerPoint file contains images suitable for quizzes, tests, and student study aids of plant and fungi life cycles. The images are all drawn in the same format so that students can focus...

View Resource Simulation Games for Animal Behavior: Red Fish, Blue Fish; Exploring Sexual Selection and Color Polymorphism

This game is one of three submitted for use in an upper level course that focuses on animal behavior. The games are paired with a published article from the primary literature, and students should...

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