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Dussart, G. B. J. – Journal of Biological Education, 1981
Provided are details for a game designed to help secondary school or college students understand the types of problems encountered in applied hydrobiology and the financial and time constraints involved in their solution. (PB)
Descriptors: Biological Sciences, College Science, Educational Games, Higher Education
Gingerich, Owen – Scientific American, 1992
Presents an historical perspective of astronomy. Discusses how Columbus' discovery of America demonstrated the incompleteness of the ancient knowledge of the world and paved the way for unorthodox astronomical ideas, including the sun-centered cosmology of Copernicus. (MCO)
Descriptors: Art, Astronomy, History, Medieval History
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Sacco, John P. – American Biology Teacher, 1982
The use of instant agar-free media in high school biology classes is discussed. The synthetic media are relatively inexpensive, heat stable, dependable, and time-saving. (Author/PEB)
Descriptors: Biology, Culturing Techniques, Laboratory Procedures, Microbiology