[Plant-education] Pollination resource

Michael Plotkin via plant-ed%40net.bio.net (by mplotkin from msjc.edu)
Sat Oct 30 00:37:51 EST 2010


Scott:

There is a fun activity that works well in intro level courses. It is a polyclave key to pollinators, which is rather easy to use and serves to point out the characteristics of the different pollination syndromes. The reference is:

How Is This Flower Pollinated? A Polyclave Key to Use in Teaching.
Tyrrell, Lucy
Journal of College Science Teaching, v18 n6 p378-83 May 1989

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  Plant ed,

Can anyone suggest a short paper or interesting website on pollination 
biology that would be appropriate for an introductory biology class?

thanks,
Scott

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Scott Shumway
Professor of Biology
Wheaton College
Norton, MA 02766
http://www.wheatoncollege.edu/Faculty/ScottWShumway.html
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