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Learning Exercise

Material: Biological animations and tutorials
Submitted by: Deborah Henell on Jun 23, 2005
Date Last Modified: Jun 23, 2005
Title: Biological Animations
Description: Major biological concepts are animated with narrated and step tutorials followed by quizzes.
Type of Task: Individual, Student-centered, Supplemental activity, Teacher-centered, Unsupervised
Topics: Mitosis, meiosis, ovarian - uterine cycles, reflex arcs, embryonic stem cells, moss life cycle, lac operons, evolution of cellular organelles, allele assortment, photosynthesis, Meselsen-Stahl experiment, HIV life cycle, DNA library, protein structure and heat, gel electrophoresis, DNA chip technology, invitro fertilization, independent assortment, pregnancy testing, fixed behaviors, Pulse-Chase experiment, vessicle budding and fusing, time compensated solar compass, electron transport.
Audience: College General Ed, High School, Middle School
Learning Objectives: Introductory to review activities to help students visualize the concepts and interelationships between molecules, tissues, and surrounding environments.
Text of Learning Exercise: Depending on teacher / student needs. These are great visuals to introduce and
reinforce topics in the classroom. Students may also be directed to the site to
be used as a tutorial to reinforce topics presented. The quizzes at the end
can be submitted by students in paper form to show completion of the activity.
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