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Dandelion. Taraxacum. . officinale. Blueberries. Vaccinium. spp.. Blackberries, Dewberries. Rubus. spp.. Wild Plums, Wild Cherries. Prunus. spp.. Red Clover. Trifolium. . pratense. Redbud. Cercis.
1. . Define the following . terms. .. Antennae. - paired . appendages connected to the front-most segments of an insect. Antennae are jointed, at least at the base, and generally extend forward from the head. They are sensory .
Incomplete metamorphosis. This metamorphosis only has 3 stages egg, nymph , and adult. egg. nymph. Adult. Complete metamorphosis. This metamorphosis. Has 4 stages egg, larva, pupa. And adult. egg. caterpillar.
Curriculum Analysis . Katerina Drakaki-Peterson. EDCI 514. . Lesson Plan. PBL /7E. 5E Curriculum Unit: Insects – Butterflies. Extended to 7E model. Special Education Science. Learning:. I will explore the cycle of the caterpillar becoming a butterfly.
Sit back and relax and enjoy the program Toothache Grass ( Ctenium aromaticum ) Toothache grass, a warm-season, perennial bunch grass, grows on wet sites. The name of the grass comes from the stem, which contains a substance that deadens feeling in the tongue and gums when chewed. Native Americans used this for toothaches. It is not especially tolerant of extended drought, so grow it where it is moist to wet during the summer months. The Latin name is derived from the distinctive comb like seed heads. Toothache grass is unusual because of its unique flower stalk and seed head. They are held high above the leaves, sometimes as much as 3 feet above the leaves.
Leslie . Ries. National Socio-environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), Annapolis, MD. Department of Biology. University of Maryland, College Park. Nick Haddad. Department of Biology. North Carolina State .