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Charles Henry Turner: The little-known Black high school science teacher who revolutionized the study of insect behavior in the early 20th century

By Edward D. Melillo, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of History and Environmental Studies, Amherst College
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The son of a formerly enslaved mother, Charles Henry Turner was the first to discover that bees and other insects have the ability to modify their behavior based on experience.The Conversation

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