Transpiration in the context of Photosynthesis: Complete Lesson and Lab

Transpiration in the context of Photosynthesis: Complete L
Transpiration in the context of Photosynthesis: Complete L
Transpiration in the context of Photosynthesis: Complete L
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To accommodate the new AP Biology curriculum, I have condensed and modified my coverage of transport in vascular plants to serve as an illustrative example to accompany our discussion of photosynthesis by explaining how plant cells receive the carbon dioxide and water needed produce glucose, and how they transport that sugar to where it is needed once created. The lesson includes graphic organizers to collect information and aid class discussion, which may be used and completed by the student individually, in a group, or during a lecture. Additionally, I've included my data sheets and instructions to accompany a web-based version of the classic AP Biology transpiration lab. Answers key is included.
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Transpiration in the context of Photosynthesis: Complete L
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Transpiration in the context of Photosynthesis: Complete L
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