Student Misconceptions about Plants – A First Step in Building a Teaching Resource†

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Plants are ubiquitous and found in virtually every ecosystem on Earth, but their biology is often poorly understood, and inaccurate ideas about how plants grow and function abound. Many articles have been published documenting student misconceptions about photosynthesis and respiration, but there are substantially fewer on such topics as plant cell… (More)
DOI: 10.1128/jmbe.v18i1.1253

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@inproceedings{Wynn2017StudentMA, title={Student Misconceptions about Plants – A First Step in Building a Teaching Resource†}, author={April N. Wynn and Irvin L. Pan and Elizabeth E. Rueschhoff and Maryann A. B. Herman and E. Kathleen Archer}, booktitle={Journal of microbiology & biology education}, year={2017} }