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This is a module from the Supersite, "DNA From the Beginning." The experiments and history that led to the discovery of... see more

This is a module from the Supersite, "DNA From the Beginning." This learning object shows animations of bacteria and... see more

This is a module from the Supersite, "DNA From the Beginning." The concept of DNA semiconservative replication is... see more

A very well designed, interactive, 3-D tutorial on the basic structure of DNA. Covers the nature of the double helix,... see more

This site details the process by which the information in DNA is used to make RNAs and proteins. The site has numerous... see more

This is a website that shows the main parts of the earthworm anatomy.

This site provides concise description of how electron microscopes work. It has specific sections on the transmission and... see more

This self pased activity concentrates on three aspect of nutrition. 1. what are the different nutrients 2. where are... see more

This is a chapter of the larger site "DNA from the beginning". This section discusses the discovery of mechanisms by... see more

'Have you ever wondered why you have the same eye color as your mother or the same hair color as your father? Genetics is... see more

Multiple interactive Shockwave tutorials on the following genetic processes: Cell Cycle, Meiosis, Independent Assortment,... see more

From the University of Utah. Learn about genetics, cloning, and stem cell research. This site provides virtual labs and... see more

This medically oriented site is designed to make sure that overall understanding of the cardiovascular system is not lost... see more

The site summarizes the hominid fossil record and hypothesized lines of human evolution from 5 million years ago to the... see more

This includes animations that demonstrate how decreased blood volume stimulates the release of ADH (Antidiuretic Hormone)... see more

This is one of the piopular "How Stuff Works" topics that provide accurate yet concise explanations of concepts that are... see more

This Anatomy and Physiology homepage supports anatomy courses at Gateway Community College. It contains course outlines... see more

The website is an tutorial that labels and describes the bones of the skeletal system. It enables you to observe the... see more

Interactive power point show for elementary students to learn about the parts of the plant.

A one page summary describing sea urchin development with pictures and movies from other more detailed sites.

This site describes how isotopes have been used to track Monarch butterfly migrations.

Pictoral atlas of anatomy and physiology with useful practice exams

This site is a tutorial on kidney structure and function. The diagrams are well done and correlated with the function of... see more

This page provides a description of mieosis that has both text and animated images. The page has a link to a comparison... see more