The Institute for School Partnership proudly presents … The Secret Lives of Plants
This free workshop is for middle school students (grades 6-8). Join Washington University Biology Professor Richard Vierstra and his college students in a fascinating look into the plant world. This hands-on workshop is modeled on topics taught in his undergraduate course.
- A look at the different foods eaten by people from a variety of cultures
- Extract plant DNA
- Dissect seeds to show the young plants and the sources of food for their growth
- Illustrate how chloroplasts that conduct photosynthesis move about plant cells to optimize light capture
- A look at carnivorous plants that eat insects to survive
To register complete these 2 forms:
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Email the parent/guardian approval form and the media release form to Chris Mohr at firstname.lastname@example.org or MAIL forms to:
Washington University, Institute for School Partnership
Campus Box 1137, One Brookings Drive St. Louis, MO 63130
Attn: Chris Mohr
Paper forms will be provide upon request. Conformation and location details will be sent by email to student and parent/guardian by Friday, November 15, 2019.
Questions? Email Chris Mohr at email@example.com.
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