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This site provides information about cell components (such as cell wall, cell membrane, nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum,... see more

The Virtual Cell site contains 20 different animations of cellular and molecular processes aimed at the introductory... see more

A lecture aid for use in the classroom, to provide figures, and for student exploration. Provides interactive... see more

This is an interactive video dealing with photosynthesis. It does a good job of illustrating the hydrogen ion gradient... see more

This Website includes interactive learning with animation, movies, and tutorial links. It is created to help in teaching... see more

This site is an animation of the Calvin Cycle. It displays the activities in small portions and keeps track of the... see more

An educational web site designed to present the factual information regarding biotechnology in a way that will entertain... see more

This animation of the light reactions is very well done. It not only illustrates the biochemical aspects of the process... see more

Step-by-step narrated animation of basic rDNA technique. Includes a glossary and the option to read an illustrated book... see more

This is a good video emphasizing the light reactions of photosynthesis.

A compelling depiction of the comparative use of resources by humans on earth today. 3-min. video.

This site is an animation of the light dependent (oxygen generating) reactions of photosynthesis. Note that the mechanism... see more

Lesson plan to introduce students to the role DNA plays in cell development and function.

Gapminder Agriculture is a collection of 700 indicators from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on production of... see more

This site contains a brief text description of photosynthesis with animations for both the light dependent and light... see more

Video by NOVA on photosynthesis. Good look at what people used to think, and what they think now.

This Website contains an excellent set of animations on Arabidopsis thaliana root. The animations show how a spiraling... see more

This website is an excellent resource for botanical scientists and professors. There are multimedia presentations about... see more