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Super 3D Mitosis Animation

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Material Type: Animation
Date Added to MERLOT: September 05, 2007
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 24, 2013
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Submitter : Joaquin Alvarado

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Incredible 3D animation of the phases of mitosis, with realistic looking 3D models - is about 9 MB in size.

Keywords:
mitosis, cell division

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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School, College General Ed, College Lower Division, College Upper Division, Graduate School
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: flash or quicktime or windows media
Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: unsure Copyright: yes
Creative Commons: unsure

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Avatar for Daniel MacDevitt
19 weeks ago

Daniel MacDevitt (Teacher (K-12))

This video provides a great visual of what's going on in the cell. However, the speed of the presentation and the way it zooms in on different organelles makes me think that this is best saved for after a few preliminary lessons on Mitosis so the students can see what they learned in action.

Time spent reviewing site: 3 minutes

Avatar for Marianna Paolini
5 years ago

Marianna Paolini (Faculty)

Help! The site is amazing, but I was unable to find a search to find the mitosis 3d animation. Can anyone assist? Thanks Marianna

Avatar for Maria Alejandra Lucero
6 years ago

Maria Alejandra Lucero (Student)

By far the best mitosis animation I've seen. I can't wait to use this in the classroom. It'll really help students visualize the process.

Avatar for Jason Wara
6 years ago

Jason Wara (Student)

This is a pretty cool resource. I like the fact that the video is of good quality. this makes it easier to see what is going on. I think I would use this to give the students a better idea of the process. I can explain it to the students all day, but this gives them a better idea of what the process really looks like.

Avatar for Vanessa Garcia
6 years ago

Vanessa Garcia (Student)

The Best 3D animation yet. Its very unique. I think students would really like this.

Avatar for Maryanne Duttarer
6 years ago

Maryanne Duttarer (Student)

I wish my teachers had showed us this video when I was in science. It is excellent at showing what happens during the different stages of mitosis.

Avatar for sepalika wickremasinghe
6 years ago

sepalika wickremasinghe (Student)

Awesome, would be very beneficial to the ELD class I taught last semester.

Avatar for Katie Navarrette
6 years ago

Katie Navarrette (Student)

An excellent illustration of what happens at the cellular level. Can be especially helpful for ELL students who may have difficult with a standard text.

Avatar for Leigh-Ann King
6 years ago

Leigh-Ann King (Student)

Beautiful, three dimensional view of cell division. Great way to show students an alternative view of mitosis, rather than staring a 2-D page in a book.

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