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Animal & Plan cell.

A Learning Exercise for The Virtual Cell
Be able to demostrative the difference between plant cells and animal cells. 
Author: Tony Larios
Date added: Dec 11, 2015 Last modified: Dec 11, 2015
About this Learning Exercise:
Type of Task: Student-centered

Chemical basis of life

A Learning Exercise for Cinematic Lectures for Introductory Biology
Themes in the study of biology and the porcess of science.
Author: Rohini Ganjoo
Date added: Feb 08, 2014 Last modified: Feb 08, 2014

Membranes and Cell Structure

A Learning Exercise for Cells Alive!
In an introductory biology course, a lecture is often devoted to describing the functions of each organelle. While this... see more
Author: Scott Cooper
Date added: Sep 29, 2009 Last modified: Sep 29, 2009
About this Learning Exercise:
Type of Task: Individual, Student-centered, Supplemental Activity, Unsupervised

Blood Cells

A Learning Exercise for Blood Cells
Students will explore the different functional systems and distinguish between the circulatory systems of invertebrates and... see more
Author: McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions
Date added: Dec 10, 2008 Last modified: Dec 10, 2008
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Type of Task: Individual

MicroAngela s Electron Microscope Image Gallery

A Learning Exercise for MicroAngela's Electron Microscope Image Gallery
Students will explore the evolution of plants.Course: Introductory Biology for Non-majors see more
Author: McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions
Date added: Dec 10, 2008 Last modified: Dec 10, 2008
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Type of Task: Individual

Inside a Cell

A Learning Exercise for Inside a Cell
Students will explore the chemical composition of cells and analyze the various processes that happen at the cellular... see more
Author: McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions
Date added: Dec 10, 2008 Last modified: Dec 10, 2008
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Type of Task: Individual

Connecting Concepts: Cell Biology/Chemiosmosis

A Learning Exercise for Connecting Concepts: Cell Biology/Chemiosmosis
Students will explore the chemical composition of cells and analyze the various processes that happen at the cellular... see more
Author: McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions
Date added: Dec 10, 2008 Last modified: Dec 10, 2008
About this Learning Exercise:
Type of Task: Individual

North Harris Cell Biology Department

A Learning Exercise for North Harris College Biology Department
This assignment analyzes the different sizes of microbes.Course: Introduction to Biology for Non-Majors see more
Author: McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions
Date added: Oct 29, 2008 Last modified: Oct 29, 2008
About this Learning Exercise:
Type of Task: Individual

DNA from the Beginning EDITOR S CHOICE

A Learning Exercise for Super 3D Mitosis Animation
This assignment explores how Mendel s work with pea plants relates to breeding livestock.Course: Introduction to Biology for... see more
Author: McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions
Date added: Oct 29, 2008 Last modified: Oct 29, 2008
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Type of Task: Individual

Super 3D Mitosis Animation

A Learning Exercise for Super 3D Mitosis Animation
This assignment allows you to analyze and illustrate the phases of mitosis.Course: Introduction to Biology for non-majors see more
Author: McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions
Date added: Oct 28, 2008 Last modified: Oct 28, 2008
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Type of Task: Individual
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