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This course looks at medicine from a cross-cultural perspective, focusing on the human, as opposed to biological, side of... see more

A wonderful library of high quality 3-D animations covering advanced and basic concepts of molecular biology. The site... see more

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

Fundamentals of Biology focuses on the basic principles of biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, and recombinant... see more

This course deals with the biology of cells of higher organisms: The structure, function, and biosynthesis of cellular... see more

During this activity you will be presented with a series of food. You will choose whether each one is a balanced or an... see more

The purpose of this resource is to develop an understanding of plants' response to light. Students will do simple... see more

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

This animation shows a "journey into DNA." It shows where DNA really is in the human body. There are pictures starting... see more

This is a lab and discussion activity that allows students to make a DNA "recipe" that they can then translate into a... see more

It is a simulation for students to get an idea (in a classroom lab setting) of what happens to food as it passes through... see more

This web site displays a series of light and confocal micrographs illustrating a variety of subcellular structures and... see more

To quote the site: "This web site displays a series of light and confocal micrographs illustrating a variety of... see more

Acid-Base Physiology was designed by Dr. Kerry Brandis, a clinical professor of anesthesiology at Gold Coast Hospital in... see more

A nerve cell receives, conducts and transmits signals. Neurons propagate signals in the form of action potentials. This... see more

A series of thirteen short 8-12 minute whiteboard lectures on cancer in acute care. Topics include the physiology and... see more

By creating and designing a new species, students learn how animals are adapted to survive in particular habitats.

Students will learn about how different species are adapted to move successfully through different habitat types. 

The Aid Game is about giving charitable aid to developing countries. These countries may suffer the dual challenges of... see more

A collection of resources for teaching about plant diseases and includes materials from basic to advanced levels. These... see more