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Researcher points finger at inaccuracy in most biology textbooks

Nearly all biology textbooks are wrong, according to a new paper co-authored by University of Kansas researcher Christopher Haufler.
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KU researcher points finger at inaccuracy in most biology textbooks

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(University of Kansas) A who's who of experts on fern biology concludes the 'breeding system of ferns has been inaccurately presented in most biology textbooks at all levels of education.'

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