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Connecting Concepts: Animal Physiology/Signal Transduction

Description This tutorial/simulation consists of three topics. In topic 1, students examine generalized components and... see more
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Robert Jeanne, Jan Cheetham
Date Added: Apr 06, 2005 Date Modified: Mar 31, 2013
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Connecting Concepts: Evolution/Species & Speciation 1: Discovering Species

Students look at 5 frog populations to decide whether they should be considered separate species using criteria of three of... see more
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Author: Jan Cheetham, Robert Jeanne
Date Added: Apr 06, 2005 Date Modified: Mar 31, 2013
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Connecting Concepts: Evolution/Species & Speciation 2: Patterns of Speciation

Students will think about speciation events at several points along the phylogeny of the plant genus Fuchsia. Students... see more
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Author: Robert Jeanne, Jan Cheetham
Date Added: Apr 06, 2005 Date Modified: Mar 31, 2013
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Connecting Concepts: Evolution/Species & Speciation 3: Defining Species: 3 Case Studies

Students look at speciation case studies. They are asked to think critically about evidence they collect to answer questions... see more
Material Type: Case Study
Author: Jan Cheetham, Robert Jeanne
Date Added: Apr 06, 2005 Date Modified: Mar 31, 2013
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Connecting Concepts: Animal Physiology/Homeostasis 3: Does Ben Have Diabetes?

Students learn about negative feedback regulation of glucose and play the role of doctor to determine if Ben, a fellow... see more
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Author: Robert Jeanne, Jan Cheetham
Date Added: Apr 06, 2005 Date Modified: Apr 06, 2014
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Connecting Concepts: Cell Biology/Chemiosmosis 2: Chemiosmosis in Eukaryotic Cells

Students construct chemiosmosis pathways in mitochondria and chloroplasts. Students will: 1) select the correct components... see more
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Author: Robert Jeanne, Jan Cheetham
Date Added: Apr 06, 2005 Date Modified: Mar 31, 2013
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Peer review 4.67 rating
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Connecting Concepts: Animal Physiology/Signal Transduction 3: Implications in Human Health

Using their knowledge of signal transduction, students look at estrogen signaling and the potential role that dioxins play in... see more
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Author: Jan Cheetham, Robert Jeanne
Date Added: Apr 06, 2005 Date Modified: Mar 31, 2013
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Connecting Concepts: Cell Biology/Thermodynamics

This simulation/tutorial consists of five topics. In topic 1, students make decisions for a paramecium living in a Petri dish... see more
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Author: Robert Jeanne, Jan Cheetham
Date Added: Apr 06, 2005 Date Modified: Nov 18, 2013
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Connecting Concepts: Ecology/Population Dynamics 3: Elephant Population Growth

Students follow the growth of the Kruger National Park elephant population from 1903-1996. While following the history of... see more
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Author: Jan Cheetham, Robert Jeanne
Date Added: Apr 06, 2005 Date Modified: Nov 10, 2013
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Connecting Concepts: Cell Biology/Thermodynamics 4: Enzymes

Students learn what enzymes can and cannot do in a reaction by “hiring” an enzyme for the “job” of catalyst from a set of... see more
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Author: Jan Cheetham, Robert Jeanne
Date Added: Apr 06, 2005 Date Modified: Feb 02, 2015
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