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Planet of the Plants: Friends and Foes

Show simple item record Deleeuw, Adam McGrory, Aine Nyman, Danielle Heyko, Dar'ya Gray, Dylan Wee, Edda Vegter, Enya Blair, Jarrett Easlick, Jeremy Easton, Joel Hofstra, Jordan Rodrigo, Kristin Satov, Madeleine Kozlowski, Mitchell Voichenko, Olga Chahal, Simrun Cotnam, Tyler Simbhunauth, Zachary 2015-08-05T17:02:00Z 2015-08-05T17:02:00Z 2015-08-05
dc.description.abstract To survive and flourish worldwide, plants have developed both direct and indirect relationships with other life forms. Which organisms are friendly and beneficial forming symbiosis and which are foes and potentially lethal? Why does mankind need plants? Do they need us? During this course, through student-led research, enquiry, and class discussions lead by small teams, students advanced to a series of individually lead and written assignments. This poster represents a pictorial overview of the individually selected, major-term paper topics of the seminar. en_US
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dc.subject plants en_US
dc.subject botany en_US
dc.title Planet of the Plants: Friends and Foes en_US
dc.type Other en_US
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