Do you like chips?

Do you like chips?

A lesson about potatoes and potato beetles.

Biology

Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea, Jámbor Gyuláné

Reviewer: Márton Gábor

Keywords

potato, chips, potato tuber, Colorado potato beetle, starch, berry, beetle, pest, fodder plant, vegetable garden, Europe, South America, garden, kétszikűek, adult, pupa, larva, insect, arthropod, complete metamorphosis, egg, flower, herbaceous, plant, fruit, root, stem, leaf, baking, cooking, feeding, vitamin, food, spring, summer, angiosperm, cookbook, food blog, cartoon, biology, botany, nature study, hygiene, agriculture, ecology, environmental studies

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