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This page includes a diverse amount of information pertaining to how drugs alter the brain’s reward pathway. Students can... see more

E. coli is a common bacterium that can affect anyone.  Most of the time a healthy person that has been affected can... see more

Great simulation explaining how one of the first genetic engineering experiment was conducted by Cohen and Boyer in 1973,... see more

Great simulation explaining the effect of sound waves on cochlear structures, good voice tutorial, online, easy to... see more

Great simulation explaining how electron transport and ATP synthesis in the mitochondrion works, good voice tutorial,... see more

Great simulation explaining how electron transport system and ATP synthesis in the mitochondria works, good voice... see more

This animation features information pertaining to electron transport in aerobic and anaerobic conditions. In particular,... see more

Descriptions, images, and videos of insects and related organisms. Users may select specific organisms to see the... see more

Metabolism is the sum of all the biochemical pathways in the cell. Catabolic pathways break down complex molecules to... see more

This animation provides the functions and significance of enzymes. A short animation explains exactly how enzyme catalyze... see more

Enzymes catalyze reactions as well as performing many other functions. This animation focuses on enzyme inhibition. The... see more

This animation provides information about the various factors that influence substrate binding as well as past and... see more

Epigenetic processes such as histone modification and DNA methylation play a significant role in brain function. Changes... see more

A site describing ethnobotany and providing a possible classroom exercise. The site describes various plants and their... see more

In this animation, the narrator discusses the various organelles contained in a eukaryotic organelle such as the nucleus,... see more

You can interact with the animation to learn about how evolution affects populations. The population breeds, mutates,... see more

This site includes two actitivities pertaining to evolution. The first animation, The Big Picture, provides information... see more

This animation explores how prokaryotic organelles are similar to eukaryotic ones. It explores the similarity between... see more

This animation discusses why the X and Y sex chromosomes are so different and how they came to be as they are. 

This lecture entitled Selection in Action, describes the comparison between the artificial selection of dogs and corn and... see more

In this site, students will be able to learn about the broad diversity of eye evolution. Students will be able to view a... 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

During the Fatty Acid Metabolism animation, students will learn and review the process of the metabolism of fatty acids... see more

Great simulation explaining how feedback inhibition of biochemical pathways work, good voice tutorial, online, easy to... see more