The animation shows the interaction of actin, myosin, tropomyosin, ATP, Ca, Mg and troponin. The animation panel can run continuously to repeatedly show the events. A definitions panel provides a key to the molecules involved in this complex process of skeletal muscle contraction. It can be downloaded and played as a standalone. This animation of cross-bridge formation and sliding filaments graphically shows the molecules involved.
(5) (5) = 5
Well organized and easy to navigate.
Thorough coverage of relevant concepts
Listing of all molecules of relevance
Ability to control speed, ability to enlarge image, and links to text description of molecules would be helpful
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
(4) (5) = 4.5
Quizzes provide students with additional information when answers are incorrect.
Helps students identify basic concepts.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
(5) (4) = 4.5
Clear, logical, and easy to use interface.
Has appropriate vocabulary terms that are clearly defined Key and linked directly to glossary with audio pronunciation files.
Interactive (to a degree)
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