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Teaching Evolution Using Lizards and Tetrapods

This playlist can be used to teach several core topics in evolution by exploring examples of lizard species evolution and the effects of mass extinctions on tetrapod evolution. It can be used in undergraduate biology courses.

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College
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Teaching Gene Regulation Using Corn and Stickleback Fish

This playlist can be used to teach the eukaryotic regulation of gene expression and its role in the development of plants and animals. It can be used in AP/IB Biology and undergraduate college courses.

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High School — AP/IB
College
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Teaching Population Dynamics and Trophic Cascades Using Large Mammals

This playlist can be used to teach several core concepts of population dynamics and trophic cascades through three diverse ecological examples: wolves in Isle Royale, Michigan; rinderpest and wildebeest in Tanzania; and cougars in Zion National Park, Utah. It can be used in general biology and environmental high school courses.

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High School — General