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Fabulous animations to help illustrate the difference between the three major types of waves, middle school students will... see more

The Intervention Wheel was originally introduced in 1998 by the Minnesota Department of Health, Section of Public... see more

Descriptions of each cranial nerve along with a diagram of the brain.  A quiz is available at the end to review the... see more

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

A simple flash movie demonstrating independent assortment of two genes on different chromosomes, and the Genotypic... see more

This animation shows how to separate a protein mixture into spots on a gel using 2d electrophoresis. 

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.

A web-based learning aid part of JCE's WebWare Open-Review Collection. The library contains an alphabetical index of... see more

Students look at the components of chemiosmosis in the bacterium Paracoccus denitrificans in which they step through... see more

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

Cells possess a variety of membrane proteins to carry solutes across the membrane. In this animation, the various... see more

Basic animation of pocess of the Electron Transport Chain in cell respiration. Shows all movements of molecules and... see more

Animation of Mitosis and Meiosis

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

This is a video series on microbiology by the Annenberg Foundation that provides a good introduction and overview for... see more

This resource explains how to read a phylogenetic tree. An explanation of how it differs in shared and derived... see more

The Golgi apparatus is responsible for modifying and transporting proteins to various other organelles. This animation... see more

Evolution is a phenomenon in which we rarely get to witness in our lifetime. In this site, students will be able to learn... see more

This animation describes how a synapse works and how a synapse converts electrical signals of the action potential in the... see more

A basic animation of the tricarboxylic acid cycle (aka, Krebs Cycle). It is accurate and keeps track of carbon dioxide,... see more

Videos of computer animations of DNA, chromatin, DNA replication, transcription, recombinant DNA and sickle cell... 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