Optimizing fungal isolation methods: Can we apply fungal collection and isolation methods to an invasive orchid species?
Poster highlighting research to investigate if fungal collection, isolation and dehydration methods from the Southern hemisphere can be used to identify the species of mycorrhizae that associate with an invasive orchid species in North America.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-15018
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Atkinson-Cornthwaithe, Joanna (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 11/19/2012)The purpose of this study was to determine an effective remedial reading method for early elementary students by comparing the progress of two groups of students. By comparing Growth Scores, calculated using the WIAT III ...
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Austin, Maria (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2010-04)This project examined how a Kindergarten teacher responded to a growing concern that several traditional methods of home-school communication were not adequately meeting the needs of teachers and parents. Using the cycle ...