Read the Fine Print
- Jerry A. Waldvogel, Jon C. Glase, Melvin Zimmerman
- Science and Technology
- Clemson University|Cornell University|Lycoming College
- Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE)
- Secondary, Post-secondary
This activity will allow students to observe the orientation behavior of several organisms and practice formulating and testing hypotheses based on their observations.
- Course Type:
- Learning Module
- Material Type:
- Activities and Labs, Lesson Plans
- Media Format:
- Downloadable docs
- Conditions of Use:
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