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During this animated video, students will be able to learn about Gregor Mendel’s renowned two-trait breeding experiment... see more

This is a 3'43" YouTube video that explains meiosis, independent assortment and three mechanisms selfish genes can use to... see more

Great simulation explaining how the Meselson and Stahl experiment came to their conclusions, good voice tutorial, online,... see more

Great simulation explaining how a microarray (DNA chip) works, good voice tutorial, online, easy to display with a... see more

This video surveys the stages required to move a protein into the mitochondria. During the movie, the narrator focuses on... see more

This site contains an animation of the nuclear events in the cell cycle and mitosis.

This video animation demonstrates the process of mitosis and how this mechanism directs the development of two new cells.... see more

In the mitosis animation, students will be able to learn and view the processes involved in mitosis such as the nuclear... see more

Great simulation showing how mitosis and cytokinesis works, good voice tutorial, online, easy to display with a pro-board... see more

This page contains a clear animation of the process of the cell cycle and mitosis. The animation is played in segments so... see more

This site contains a very nice animation of the process of mitosis. The animation my be paused or stopped at any point.

This site provides 10 animations on topics of interest in molecular medicine including cytogenetics and DNA isolation.

In this animation, the movement of molecules across the cell membrane is discussed. The various modes of distribution... see more

Great simulation explaining how monoclonal antibody production works, good voice tutorial, online, easy to display with a... see more

This animation shows how oxygen and carbon dioxide are carried throughout the body. Partial pressure is also discussed. 

A collection of over 60 different movies and animations of cells, molecular processes, techniques, etc.  Part of this... see more

Before proteins can be built, mRNA has to be processed. There are various steps involved in this process such as the... see more

This site is part of the Virtual Cell Project at North Dakota State University. The site consists of three parts:  an... see more

Eukaryotic genes generally contain introns which have to be removed after transcription. This video contains information... see more

mRNA splicing involves removal of introns from the strand. This animation illustrates the process of RNA splicing and how... see more

This site is part of the Virtual Cell Project at North Dakota State University. The site consists of three parts:  an... see more

This animations discusses mutations and mutagens. Also included is various mechanisms for DNA repair.

This animation discusses why muscles are organized into opposing groups and how myofilaments contract and shorten.

This site provides introductory information about natural selection. This site also includes an animation examining... see more