CurioCity resources which align with the British Columbia Grade 9 Science Curriculum Content area on cells and reproduction.

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“Game Changers in Agriculture” profiles CEEDS Going to Brazil. CEEDS agri-food technology is developed by New Energy Farms of Leamington, Ontario.

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Diseases that occur on a plant’s reproductive parts or as a direct result of spreading pollen from one place to another could be considered the plant equivalent of an STI.

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Question submitted to DNA Day by students at Opeongo High School in Douglas, Ontario. Learn more from Sean.

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Although its exact origins remain uncertain, eggnog is almost always prepared using the same ingredients and following the same method.

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Strange isn't it, that something we know isn't technically hot can still give us an almost painful burn. The answer to this is in the chemistry of the fruit.

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As you sit atthe breakfast table with your head about to drop flat into your cereal, you aregently woken up by “Snap, Crackle, Pop” the sweet sound of morning. How is itthat Rice Krispies can serveas the perfect alarm clock? The

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Spores are the main reproductive units for asexual reproduction in many kinds of bacteria, fungi, algae, and non-flowering plants. They play very interesting roles in nature.

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