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A Summer Course in Invertebrate Developmental Biology at Iowa Lakeside Laboratory: A Unique Experience
Science teaching, laboratory experiments, Iowa Lakeside Laboratory, invertebrates, developmental biology
The course, "Developmental Biology of Selected Invertebrates'', has been offered in alternate years at Iowa Lakeside Laboratory (Ill) on Lake West Okoboji, Dickinson County, Iowa, since the first summer session of 1983. This course has taken advantage of the great diversity of invertebrates found in the Ill area and has demonstrated to students and faculty alike the exciting phenomena and principles of developmental biology. The course is continuously evolving as new experiments and observations are discovered with each offering of the course.
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Schutte, Carol W.; Witt, Dale J.; Janosek, Nicole Y.; Robinson, Douglas E.; Powell, Edwin C.; and Brown, George G.
"A Summer Course in Invertebrate Developmental Biology at Iowa Lakeside Laboratory: A Unique Experience,"
Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science: JIAS, 97(4), 184-189.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/jias/vol97/iss4/16
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