Plant Structure Homework Help Resources


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Biology Midterm Exam
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This website shows a superb dark reactions or Calvin cycle animation, but should be for higher grades only.
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Excellent website. Covers one-celled organisms to multicelluar.
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This site is a very easy to understand overview of photosynthesis. It also covers leaf structure, chloroplasts, stages of photosynthesis, and has accompanying diagrams and pictures.
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I admit this website is not well organized, BUT it has HILARIOUS pictures and diagrams of photosynthesis. The tree-hugger girl picture and its caption is uproarious. This site may help convince students the importance of photosynthesis when they complain how boring it is.
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This website is clean and ad-free with short textbook modules on the different aspects of photosynthesis. It may be boring looking, but it gets straight to the point and has a self quiz at the end.
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This is a good website for middle school students or even to explain the basic concepts of photosynthesis to elementary school students.
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Detailed description of dicotyledonous , monocotyledonous and gymnosperms leaves, including drawings.
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Includes a few paragraphs about flowering plant reproduction but also includes review questions and a diagram to print and color and label.
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This PBS site has an excellent flash animation of the molecules involved in photosynthesis and how they travel from human to plant to atmosphere.
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