MERLOT Materials

Show results for

Filter by

145-168 of 1,259 results for MERLOT Materials

Over twenty flash animations of various molecular and cell biology processes or structures

This page contains animated reviews of a variety of biology concepts that may be difficult to grasp. The topics covered... see more

Great simulation explaining how the life cycle of a frog, good voice tutorial, online, easy to display with a pro-board... see more

HIV destroys cells within the immune system, causing the body to be susceptible to a multitude of diseases and... see more

How Respiratory Syncytial Virus could penetrate  and infect the respiratory tract.

This video follows four people as they live their lives to fullest managing their diabetes with insulin.

Animated gif of a guitar string after being plucked.

Animated gif of a tuning fork operating, with additional explanation.

Endocrine & Reproductive is an open course provided by Open Michigan.  Scroll down on the website to view the learning... see more

A Flash learning object for dental hygiene on the Major Salivary Glands of the human head and neck. The learner can view... see more

If you are looking for information of the human muscles, you should go to master muscle list. It explains every single... see more

This interactive simulation allows students to modify components of a sine wave mathematical expression and see the how... see more

The Flash animation depicts the mechanism of the Mannich Reaction.

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

This animation provides a re-creation of Gregor Mendel’s experiments and allows one to predict the outcome of two types... see more

Visual interactive tool of Millikan's oil drop experiment that measured the charge of electrons.

These visualizations are part of the Technology Enabled Active Learning (TEAL) Studio project at MIT. It contains a wide... see more

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

This a beautiful animation of Mitosis and Cytokinesis with audio. It can be stopped at any time, there is labeling and... see more

"How do cells divide to grow new hair, repair your skin, or strengthen your bones? Mitosis walks you through the process... see more

This web resource presents an organized directory of cell and molecular animations, as well as a collection of original... see more

Great computer animation of the activities of DNA.  Included topics are: Chromosome Wrapping, DNA Replication,... see more

This site contains an extensive set of notes on basic topics in physics. There are extensive illustrations and animations... see more