Dissections Keston, K dissection By Katia Keston July 5, 2022 July 14, 2022 KK22BIOL190-dissectionDownload Dichotomous Key Assignment Dichotomous Key 2 Comments Stefanie Ickert July 14, 2022 at 10:35 pm 1 year ago Excellent job Katia, well done, on both the design of your ThingLink images and masterful photography. I like the clean look of your images and dissections. You could even get closer on some of these inflorescences to show off the tiny disk flowers in greater detail, but it works well as it is. I like that you added the descriptions from Hulten, that works well. Great job! Stefanie Ickert July 14, 2022 at 10:42 pm 1 year ago Common toadflax is a classic example of didynamous stamens. I love how you are using the different colored cutting boards as the background, very effective. Comments are closed.