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Humans have dramatically altered the planet over the course of a century, from the acidity of our oceans to the... see more

Students will learn about how different animals and plants are adapted to surviving in arid habitats. Students will... see more

This is a free textbook offered by InTech. 'Crystal growth is the key step of a great number of very important... see more

In this material the user will earn about problems that cause indoor plants to wilt, how to identify the problem and find... see more

This online collection is maintained on the website of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries. It contains... see more

AfricArxiv is a free, open access, interdisciplinary preprint & postprint service for dissemination, distribution, and... see more is a free, open access preprints archive for Agriculture and Allied Sciences. utilizes the Open... see more

Great simulation explaining the route that air takes as it passes through the respiratory system of a bird, good voice... see more

Great simulation explaining the mechanics of tidal breathing in humans, good voice tutorial, online, easy to display with... see more

'This application is for wireless microscope "AirMicro" and also "ProScope Mobile". It can display and preserve a picture... see more

Students around the country can join scientists in tracking albatrosses in Hawaii. This site also gives in-depth... see more

This is a Smithsonian Institution Website which includes a section on algae with pictures and detailed research notes.... see more

This is a fun little site describing general details about flowering plants from germination to flowering and seed... see more

This is a flash-based tutorial on the PBS site that shows how morphological characters are used to build an evolutionary... see more

Anatomy, DNA, embryos and fossils display similarities among all species. Evolution elucidates that these similarities... see more

The Allen Brain Atlas is the most comprehensive and detailed map of the human brain to date, combining neuroimaging and... see more

Great simulation explaining how cells can regulate their enzymatic reactions, good voice tutorial, online, easy to... see more

This site promotes the growth and development of plant biology. It also encourages research in plant biology. This... see more

This lesson is designed to explore the relationship between pressure and vessel diameter and to create a model that... see more

This video was recorded at Cancer Bioinformatics Workshop, Cambridge 2010. Substantial amounts of data are being... see more

Burkholderia cepacia (B. cepacia) is an opportunistic, Gram negative pathogen which causes infection mainly in... see more