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View Resource What is Photosynthesis?

The Center for the Study of Early Events in Photosynthesis (Arizona State University) maintains this exceptional metapage on photosynthesis. The page lists dozens of Websites, with brief descriptions of each site's contents as well as the target level of the information (middle school through undergraduate). Websites featured include online scientific articles, educational materials requiring...

https://bioenergy.asu.edu/education
View Resource Plants in Motion

Roger P. Hangarter of Indiana University's Department of Biology has created this wonderful collection of time-lapse photography that allows us "to see the movements of plants and clearly demonstrates that plants are living and capable of some extraordinary things." The videos available show a broad range of plant growth phenomena, including germination, circadian responses, phototropism, and much...

http://plantsinmotion.bio.indiana.edu/
View Resource Exploring Science and Technology: Photosynthesis, Energy, and Life

With this recently updated Web site from the Flying Turtle Company (created by David Watson), learning about photosynthesis is almost fun -- definitely more engaging than what the standard biology textbook has to offer. Fantastic illustrations and light-hearted narrative make the complicated biochemical processes of photosynthesis much easier to absorb. In addition to providing comprehensive...

http://www.ftexploring.com/photosyn/photosynth.html
View Resource National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research: Life in the dark: plant growth beneath sea ice

This article about plant growth beneath sea ice by Anne-Maree Shwarz appears in Water and Atmosphere online, a quarterly publication of the New Zealand-based National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA). Shwarz's "article describes some of the linkages between ice-cover, underwater light and primary production that have been investigated" by ICECUBE, a NIWA research program working...

https://www.niwa.co.nz/publications/wa/vol11-no3-september-2...