- The Biology of the Goat:
Explore the unique biology of the goat in simple animations. Learn about anatomy, lactation, reproduction, (great example of meiosis) and digestion. Follow the life cycles of parasites that commonly infect North American goats. This is a great teaching program for all ages and levels.
Biology of the Goat
anatomy biology goat parasites
- American Field Guide Co-evolution of Plants and Pollinators
Co-evolution can account for much of the great diversity of insects on earth. In this lesson, students will learn about co-evolution of mutualistic relationships while studying the roles of pollinators and plants. ELL Benefits: This web site allows all students to use skills of observation and writing to compare and contrast different kinds of flowers. If students are not familiar with the structures of a flower and their functions, there is a link to another web site that students can explore to learn this information. The site is available in English and Spanish. For the ELL student who did not learn about flowers in their native language, this could be useful to introduce new content and vocabulary. The web site appears to be at 9-10th grade level.
- Biology Animations
- Biology I Interactive Animations
Basic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Cell Structure, Mitosis/Meiosis, Cell Transport, Cellular Respiration, Photosynthesis, Heredity, DNA Replication, Protein Synthesis, Gene Expression, Evolution, Viruses
- CELLS alive! Downloads
Since 1994, CELLS alive! has been provided free of charge to anyone with internet access. The ability to continue that tradition and to accommodate 20,000 to 25,000 daily visitors is made possible by educators and students who purchase our downloads and CDROM. The following visuals are for non-commercial, educational use by the purchaser in PowerPoint® lectures, student projects, seminars, and health professional demonstrations.
- Exploratorium Science Of Gardening
Feed: Plants and people alike, we all have a need to feed.It was one of the first science museums to build a site on the world wide web. You will find interactive lessons and a plethora of photos for students. The “educate” link provides countless informational items of interest to both teachers and students. Interactive links and plant-related videos: savage plants (carniverous) plant growth etc. Submitted by Gina Morgan
- Fundamental Bacterial Genetics
Blackwell Publishing This site developed by Nancy Trun and Janine Trempy offers several animations related to Bacterial Genetics for secondary students.
- MBGnet What's it like where you live?
This site from the Missouri Botanical Garden, describes different biomes of the world. Select plants and animals of each biome and find beautiful pictures and descriptions of the areas.
Answer the question: What's It Like Where You Live? Learn about terrestrial biomes and aquatic ecosystems. Follow link to site about plants.
biomes deciduous desert ecosystems forest grasslands lakes plants ponds prairie rainforest rivers streams taiga tundra wetlands
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- PHSchool The Biology Place
The purpose of the BioCoach modules is to help you review material you have already studied in class or in your text. Expand your knowledge. Take practice quizes and experience lab support. Secondary students, mostly for more advanced, but provides lab practice and sample tests.
- Recursos Biología Nivel Medio Resources for Biology in Spanish
Links to multiple sites in Spanish to support Biology
- The Biology Project
Cell BiologyThis site gives both tutorials and activities on topics of cell biology such as membranes, mitosis, meiosis, cells, prokaryotes and eukaryotes. The one on mitosis is particularly thorough. The tutorial gives an explanation of mitosis with an introduction, animations, and practice questions. The accompanying mitosis activity gives practice identifying stages of mitosis. The cell biology topic are also in Spanish and Italian. Recommended by Sue Wong
- Learning About Photosynthesis
The Center for Bioenergy & Photosynthesis at Arizona State University is a multidisciplinary group doing research in several areas of photosynthesis. The site contains information about the Center and links to many other related sites, including those of interest to students and educators as well as specialized researchers in the field of photosynthesis.
artificial bacteria bi bioenergy center energy photobiology photochemistry photoprotection photosynthesis transduction transfer
- Photosynthetic Pictures
- Spanish photosynthesis
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