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Genetics: The Study of Heredity – Gregor Mendel

Mendel used the garden pea plant for breeding experiments because it had easy to recognize traits and reproduced quickly. The pea plant could also produce offspring using self-pollination or cross-pollination. To access a comprehensive array of complete multimedia lessons, as well as the most up-to-date, standards-based curriculum content that’s researched, proven and teacher-approved, visit newpathlearning.com […]

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Soil Nutrients and Phosphorus: The Molecular View

[Light, electronic music fades in.] [Light, electronic music fades in.] Dr. Barbara Cade-Menun: My name is Dr. Barbara Cade-Menun… …and I am a nutrient cycling scientist… …based in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. Well nutrient cycling is when… …nutrients are taken up by plants and then eventually… …returned back to the soil where they’re broken down again… […]

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ReeFlowers AquaPlants Trace

[Music] aqua plants tres glossy leaves increases nutrient utilization reef Lauer’s aqua plants tres contains calcium magnesium and traces of the sparingly used elements aquariums with plants need in the exact proportions necessary to match the natural ionic balance it has been specially formulated for planted aquariums trace elements are necessary for the healthy development […]

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9 Carnivorous Plants You’ll Want to Stay Away From

From the seeds of a common weed to one of the most complex trapping mechanisms in the natural world, here are 9 carnivorous plants you’ll want to stay away from: Number 9 Capsella bursa-pastoris Capsella bursa-pastoris, better known as shepherd’s purse, is the second most common weed on the planet. Even though it’s native to […]

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Join us at the JGI Genomics of Energy & Environment Meeting!

Nigel Mouncey: Welcome everybody to the 12th Annual Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute Genomics of Energy and Environment Meeting. [music] Michael Beman: One of the most interesting things to me is that it’s very interdisciplinary and there’s lots of people working on very different systems but using some of the same technologies and techniques, […]

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