Teaching Tools in Plant Biology, published by the American Society of Plant Biologists, combines up-to-date peer-reviewed research-based content with flexible presentation components that can be used alone or integrated into your lesson plans so that you can confidently present these exciting topics in your classroom. We've addressed the stress and pressure busy educators face when devising course material by providing a short essay introducing each topic, PowerPoint slides, and suggested readings. An editorial innovation of The Plant Cell, one of the most trusted names in plant biology.
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Follow the links to find the Teaching Tools and associated resources.
TTPB1: Why Study Plants?
TTPB2: Leaf Development (1)
TTPB3: Leaf Development (2)
TTPB5: The Small RNA World
TTPB7: The story of auxin
TTPB12: Abscisic acid
TTPB19: Plants and their microsymbionts
TTPB21: Plants, food and human health
TTPB24: Medicinal plants
TTPB25: Plant-plant interactions
TTPB26: How to be a plant
TTPB37: Genetics of Floral Development
TTPB42: Computational microscopy: Revealing molecular mechanisms in plants using molecular dynamics simulations (OUT NOW, December 2019)