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The Resource Bug science : 20 projects and experiments about arthropods: insects, arachnids, algae, worms, and other small creatures, by Karen Romano Young

Bug science : 20 projects and experiments about arthropods: insects, arachnids, algae, worms, and other small creatures, by Karen Romano Young

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Bug science : 20 projects and experiments about arthropods: insects, arachnids, algae, worms, and other small creatures
Title
Bug science
Title remainder
20 projects and experiments about arthropods: insects, arachnids, algae, worms, and other small creatures
Statement of responsibility
by Karen Romano Young
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DNAL/DLC
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Young, Karen Romano
Dewey number
595.7078
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QL434.15
LC item number
.Y68 2009
Literary form
non fiction
NAL call number
jQL434.15
NAL item number
.Y68 2009
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Science fair winners
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  • Arthropoda
  • Science projects
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Bug science : 20 projects and experiments about arthropods: insects, arachnids, algae, worms, and other small creatures, by Karen Romano Young
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Which workshop? -- Finding bugs -- Keeping bugs -- Identifying bugs -- Workshop #1: Raise your own. . . grow flies! -- Workshop #2 : Swimming in it . . . observe microscopic bugs -- Workshop #3 : ants come marching. . . try to make an ant get lost -- Workshop #4 : Honey, help me with this hayfever! . . . try to reduce hayfever by eating local honey -- Workshop #5 : Watching spiders. . . observe a spider in captivity -- Workshop #6 : The eye of the butterfly. . . figure out what color a butterfly favors -- Workshop #7 : X-ray vision . . . photograph the insides of insect head -- Workshop #8 : Catapult legs . . . demonstrate the properties of a flea's legs -- Workshop #9 : Arachnophobia! . . . design a questionnaire to study spider phobia -- Workshop #10: Roly-poly maze . . . teach pillbugs by using their need to stay out of the light -- Workshop #11: Composting: beyond worms! . . . get inside a compost heap -- Workshop #12: I've got worms . . . find the reproduction rate of compost worms -- Workshop #13: Food factory . . . learn about the business of growing food for insect-eating reptiles -- Workshop #14: Space shuttle ants . . . investigate ant tunnels -- Workshop #15 : Who ate my socks? . . . compare bug eating habits -- Workshop #16: Striding on water . . . analyze how water striders stay afloat -- Workshop #17: Sounds buggy . . . evaluate insect calls -- Workshop #18: Strong as silk . . . test the properties of silk -- Workshop #19: How to fly . . . build an insect-sized airplane -- Workshop #20: A cricket's sense of smell . . . train an insect to recognize smells -- Present it! Handing it in, showing it off, telling your story, getting the A
Control code
ocn290468672
Dimensions
27 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
80 p.:
Isbn
9781426305191
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009012734
Other physical details
col. ill.
Label
Bug science : 20 projects and experiments about arthropods: insects, arachnids, algae, worms, and other small creatures, by Karen Romano Young
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Which workshop? -- Finding bugs -- Keeping bugs -- Identifying bugs -- Workshop #1: Raise your own. . . grow flies! -- Workshop #2 : Swimming in it . . . observe microscopic bugs -- Workshop #3 : ants come marching. . . try to make an ant get lost -- Workshop #4 : Honey, help me with this hayfever! . . . try to reduce hayfever by eating local honey -- Workshop #5 : Watching spiders. . . observe a spider in captivity -- Workshop #6 : The eye of the butterfly. . . figure out what color a butterfly favors -- Workshop #7 : X-ray vision . . . photograph the insides of insect head -- Workshop #8 : Catapult legs . . . demonstrate the properties of a flea's legs -- Workshop #9 : Arachnophobia! . . . design a questionnaire to study spider phobia -- Workshop #10: Roly-poly maze . . . teach pillbugs by using their need to stay out of the light -- Workshop #11: Composting: beyond worms! . . . get inside a compost heap -- Workshop #12: I've got worms . . . find the reproduction rate of compost worms -- Workshop #13: Food factory . . . learn about the business of growing food for insect-eating reptiles -- Workshop #14: Space shuttle ants . . . investigate ant tunnels -- Workshop #15 : Who ate my socks? . . . compare bug eating habits -- Workshop #16: Striding on water . . . analyze how water striders stay afloat -- Workshop #17: Sounds buggy . . . evaluate insect calls -- Workshop #18: Strong as silk . . . test the properties of silk -- Workshop #19: How to fly . . . build an insect-sized airplane -- Workshop #20: A cricket's sense of smell . . . train an insect to recognize smells -- Present it! Handing it in, showing it off, telling your story, getting the A
Control code
ocn290468672
Dimensions
27 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
80 p.:
Isbn
9781426305191
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009012734
Other physical details
col. ill.

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