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Simple pictures and a basic animation are featured in this site to explain the physical factors behind action potential.... see more

This site provides an interactive, 3-D look into the human brain. Users are able to explore the major parts of the brain... see more

These are flash examples from a collection of 28 animations created for the Department of Biological Sciences at the... see more

This site provides images and information on human fetal development for weeks 4 through 41.  Additional information is... see more

PBS has a 3-dimensional animation that lets you explore the anatomy of the human brain.

This source shows the animation of blood traveling through the human heart. 

This animation follows the passage of food from the mouth, all the way through the digestive system. As the animation... see more

Cocaine, Alcohol, Dopamine, and Opiates. A clear explanation of the normal chemical synaptic cleft and others with drug... see more

Flash animations of several immune processes such as MHC I and II loading, somatic recombination, and B and T cell... see more

An animated graphic of an action potential that illustrates how the movement of ions creates the movement of the action... see more

An animated representation of the Krebs citric acid cycle. 2D and 3D models of all molecules involved in the cycle are... see more

This animation presents information about how a muscle contraction works and what organelles are involved in the... see more

This site will explain and tell students how to find the blind spot in each eye. It also explains why everyone has a... see more

"Informative illustrations and animations about a variety of conditions, treatments and procedures related to heart... see more

This animation explains how something like eating lunch leads to many complex reactions in the body to form ATP. It... see more

Several high quality quicktime animations of infection by E. coli, infection by Salmonella, bacterail conjugation, the... see more

Learn about the pathways of energy transfer during muscle movement. The animation demonstrated how ATP is split into ADP

This click-through series provides animations and basic definitions comparing the common types of cell junctions (tight... see more

This short, animated lecture covers the basic anatomy of the cranial and spinal nerves, followed by a 5-question... see more

This site explains how bile is used in fat digestion. It allows students to understand why bile is important for our... see more

A simple, step-by-step Flash animation of protein synthesis is provided by this site. The animation is especially useful... see more

The website describes the areas of the gastrointestinal system and includes a 3-D animation of digestion. It describes... see more

These animated videos show the anatomy of body parts and organ systems and how diseases and conditions affect them. They... see more

Learn why gastric secretions are controlled both locally and by the central nervous system. Learn about what triggers and... see more