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This is a companion site to the PBS series Evolution. It contains numerous interactive exercises and simulations keyed to... see more

An educational site focused on modern human genetics analysis. Has both on-line activities and instructions for labs and... see more

This site provides basic facts about foodborne diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, parasites, or toxins.

This is the complete text of a book, for teachers, published by the National Academy of Sciences. The book addresses the... see more

Online collection of information on breeds of livestock covering cattle, goats, horses, sheep, swine, and others... see more

A timeline from 1700 to 2000 showing the life and work of notable people who have contributed to evolutionary thought.... see more

With so many claims about education products and practices, what does it mean to be "research-based" when it comes to... see more

Sponsored by the A. P. Sloan Foundation and the National Science Foundation, the website's content is endorsed by the... see more

This site contains several anatomy atlases that were formerly maintained at the University of Iowa's Virtual Hospital... see more

A comprehensive gateway site to information on endangered species. Contains links to endangered species lists; extinct... see more

This site presents fossil skull evidence in a way that the user can manipulate the skulls. online 3D gallery of modern... see more

An on-line companion to the virology textbook, Principles of Molecular Virology. Includes brief materials for 4 of the 8... see more

A LibGuide index to the Tennessee Conservationist Magazine. Issues are held at the Mayfield Library, Nashville State... see more

This site provides an on-line manual specially designed for the novice who wishes to use zebrafish, Danio rerio, for... see more

This glossary offers links to brief definitions of over six hundred genetic terms. Users may search alphabetically or by... see more

AmphibiaWeb is an online system enabling anyone online to search and retrieve information relating to amphibian biology... see more

Part of a project of Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School's Department of Radiology, this site... see more

Wonderful, labeled micrographs of anatomical areas taught in Anatomy and Physiology courses

The endocrine system is made up of glands that produce and secrete hormones. These hormones regulate the body's growth,... see more

This site is part of an on-line lab manual for anatomy and physiology. This particular section provides learning material... see more

Bioinformatics is a Museum Victoria web site that provides public access to some of Victoria?s vertebrate and... see more

This site shows different types of algae, fungi, and flora. You can also view plants found on stamps and on emblems. This... see more

This website displays information on the identification, biology, and integrated management of bamboo mite in bamboo... see more

A resource Website for secondary school biology teachers. Linked to Nature Science Update published by Nature magazine.