The Oregon Wolfe Barley lesson plans are envisioned as a “core” resource that users can tailor to specific audiences – e.g. K-12, undergraduates, graduates, professionals, etc. This will lead to a self-sustaining enterprise in which finished lesson plans and resources are freely shared amongst users.
- Phenotype data set prepared by the class of 2015.
The following two exercises use the "Spectacular Informative Subset (SIS) of 18 lines + the two parents. The use of the full population is NOT required.
- Pierrette Castro and Laura Helgerson, Oregon State University Barley Project. Images and a graph of growth and development, on a weekly basis. In partnership with R.N. Hayes' 1st grade class. Hoover School , Corvallis, OR
- Dr. Roger Wise (USDA/ARS, Ames, Iowa) and colleagues i-TAG Barley. iTAG Barley Project Digital iBook for iPAD. One of many great K-12 resources available thanks to the American Society of Plant Biologists.
The following exercise uses the full populations.
- Dr. Patrick Hayes (Oregon State University) "Using the OWBs as an example of the molecular basis of Mendelian inheritance". Developed for PBG 430/530
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