Four Research Stories

Four Research Stories

Video Cassette - 1996
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The Whip-Tail Lizard might offer a link to the ongoing research into the evolutionary process. In a real-life "Jurassic Park," this unisex lizard can actually clone itself to reproduce! And learn about the hybridization of the Ponderosa Pine as it adapts to changing climates at different mountain elevations.
Lizards and tadpoles and fungi, oh my! This program focuses on four very different research subjects. Did you know there are more species of undiscovered fungi (plural for fungus, which means mold or mushrooms) than there are insects undiscovered. But what are fungi? The Spadefoot Toad's offspring looks like any other tadpole, but depending on environmental conditions, this gentle vegetarian can turn into a ravenous carnivore!
Publisher: Tucson, Ariz. : KUAT Communications Group, c1996
Branch Call Number: QH380 .F68 1996
577.54 F8258 1996 Video
Characteristics: 1 videocassette (28 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in


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