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Student teachers' attitudes towards and willingness to teach evolution in a changing South African environment
This article investigates the attitudes of South African student teachers towards the theory of evolution and their willingness to teach it. The teaching of evolution has been excluded from the SouthExpand
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Micropropagation of the endangered Aloe polyphylla
A rapid propagation protocol was establish for thehighly endangered Aloe polyphylla (Schönland ex Pillans). Seed was germinated in vitro on Murashige & Skoog 1962 medium [6] with or without sucrose.Expand
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The botanical content in the South African curriculum : a barren desert or a thriving forest?
Botanists who are interested in education have often expressed their dismay at how plant sciences are neglected in Biology curricula, despite the important roles that plants play. While botanists inExpand
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Development of regeneration protocols for selected cucurbit cultivars
A shoot regeneration protocol was developed for five cultivars of theCucurbitaceae. The influence of the seed coat, an ethanol pre-treatment,different seed sources, NaOCl concentrations and treatmentExpand
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Plantkunde-onderrig in Gautengse skole : ’n opwindende uitdaging?
Read online: Scan this QR code with your smart phone or mobile device to read online. Positiewe gesindheid by onderwysers en leerders kan ’n lewenslange belangstelling in plante aanwakker. Tog wordExpand
Botany teaching in Gauteng schools: An exciting challenge?
Positiewe gesindheid by onderwysers en leerders kan ’n lewenslange belangstelling in plante aanwakker. Tog word Plantkunde wereldwyd as ’n ongewilde vak gereken. Studies in die Verenigde State vanExpand