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This is a series of 14 online biology lab simulations for an AP Biology course. Each simulation has a text overview of... see more

This is a free, online wikibook, so is continually being updated and refined.  According to the authors, "Applied ecology... see more

Challenge students to become ‘species experts’ for an endangered species and explore biogeography concepts using species... see more

On this site, students will have the opportunity to view an animation on how humans have manipulated the natural... see more

Twenty-six volumes of Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching, the proceedings of the annual conference of the Association... 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

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 site is designed to provide high school and middle school science teachers access to the materials and resources... see more

BacSim is an individual-based simulator of bacterial growth. Users manipulate environmental parameters and then monitor... see more

In this new video we look at the basics of bacteria. We look at their classifications, sizes, shapes and how they... see more

The bacterium Helicobacter pylori makes its living in the acidic interior of the human stomach, where it causes most... see more

Eureka!Science is a site aimed at high school and middle school students. This particular portion addresses cells,... see more

"This online text is a revision of the text "Basic Human Anatomy" which was published in 1983 by W.B. Saunders.... see more

Video introduction to asceptic techniques and preparing agar plates for incubation.

This site includes free samples for biochemical animations such as DNA structure, nucleosome remodeling, malaria fighting... see more

Online textbook covers The Molecular Design of Life, Transducing and Storing Energy, Synthesizing the Molecules of Life,... see more

Explore the importance of biodiversity and how observing variation in the beak shape of Galapagos finches helped Darwin... see more

This is a set of images taken from the Biodiversity Consortium's suite of teaching and learning resources, primarily... see more

Inspires discovery through free access to biodiversity knowledge. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively... see more

Working in medical teams, students balance competing priorities for the conservation of an endangered species and devise... see more

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

This micrograph animation depicts a biofilm of bacteria collected from a rock surface in Yellowstone hot springs. 

This book is an offshoot of a freely available one-semester introductory molecular biology course. The goal of the course... see more