Staple crops are foods that shape the dietary foundations of one or more regions. Rice, wheat, and corn provide over half of the world population’s caloric intake. In this lesson, we learn about the history of wheat and its global impact.
How did flightless birds evolve? How did the evolution of the shrinking cod come to be? In this lesson, we learn about the evolution of the flightless birds, such as cormorants, and the evolution of the shrinking cod in our biology selection case studies.
Biology Unit 2 Study Guide: Basic Building Blocks of Life. Protein, lipid, nucleic acid, carbohydrate, properties of water, enzymes, organelles. With examples and answers to help make biomolecules easy to learn!
To Build A Fire by Jack London: Analysis Essay – original literary analysis essay on To Build A Fire, including themes, characters, literary devices, and more
Biology Unit 1 Study Guide: Ecology and Scientific Method, including Characteristics of Life, Biodiversity, Cycles of Matter, and Global Change. With examples and answers to help make ecology easy to learn!
Are carbon emissions (carbon dioxide) good or bad for our environment? In this lesson, we will explore why carbon emissions are good and why carbon emissions are bad.