Decay and Renewal
NSTA Press, 2003 - Science - 141 pages
This teacher's edition of a workbook for high school courses in biology, chemistry, and environmental and general science consists of the full student edition of the workbook, plus discussion on the reasons for studying biodegradation in nature and in man-made contexts, and advice on guiding student
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