Biology and Anatomy

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Cell Structure and Function


Cellular Respiration

Cell Growth and Division

Introduction to Genetics


DNA From the Beginning - Animated Basics of DNA
Mutation of Chromosomes - (recommended by the textbook company)
Mutations - (recommended by the textbook company)
Central Dogma of Molecular Biology - (recommended by the textbook company)
The Genetic Code - (recommended by the textbook company)
Possible Models for DNA Replication - (recommended by the textbook company)
DNA: The Code of Life - (recommended by Nettrekker)
Control of Gene Expression - (recommended by the textbook company)
DNA Interactive - Examples of DNA use. (recommended by Nettrekker)
Chapter 12 Self-Test for Prentice Hall Biology

Genetic Engineering

How Cloning Works - From How Stuff Works
Clone a Mouse Simulation - recommended by Nettrekker
Is it cloning or not - Game (recommended by Nettrekker)
A Clone in Sheep's Clothes - Scientific American Article about Dolly the Sheep (recommended by Nettrekker)
Dog Cloned by South Korean Scientist - Article from National Geographic (recommended by Nettrekker)
Biologix: Manipulating DNA United Streaming Video (29:07)
PCR at Home - how carry out a polymerase chain reaction at home (recommended by the textbook company)
Chapter 13 Self-Test for Prentice Hall Biology

The Human Genome

The Human Genome Project
Human Genome Project Information, Frequently Asked Questions - (recommended by the textbook company)
Human Genome Project Sequence Analysis - (recommended by the textbook company)
Sequencing the Genome: Interactive Tutorial (recommended by Nettrekker)
Your Genome
Human Genome United Streaming Video (50:09)
Your Genes, Your Choices, Chapter 2 - (recommended by the textbook company)
Chapter 14 Self-Test for Prentice Hall Biology

Darwin's Theory of Evolution

Interactive Graphic about Darwin from NewScientist
How Evolution Works - From How Stuff Works
Mutation and Selection Diagram - Image from Wikipedia
A History of Evolutionary Thought - from Berkley University (recommended by the textbook company)
The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin (recommended by the textbook company)
The Complete Works of Charles Darwin - From Darwin Online
Chapter 15 Self-Test for Prentice Hall Biology

Evolution of Populations

Darwin's Finches - Image from Wikipedia
Speciation Modes Diagram - Image from Wikipedia
Understanding The Gene Pool - From How Stuff Works
Chapter 4: Natural Selection From Darwin's "The Origin of Species"
Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium Calculator - Requires the latest version of Java
Population Genetics Simulation - From Radford University
Types of Mutation Image - Image from Wikipedia
Monkey Matchmaking 101 - (recommended by the textbook company)
Biologix: Gene Frequencies, Natural Selection, and Speciation United Streaming Video (29:00)
Chapter 16 Self-Test for Prentice Hall Biology

The History of Life

The Virtual Fossil Museum
Geologic Time: From NASA
1999 Geologic Time Scale - From The Geological Society of America (PDF)
Geologic Time: The Story of a Changing Earth - From the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Radiometric Timescale - From the U.S. Geological Survey
Convergent Evolution Exercise - (recommended by nettrekker)
Principles of Radiometric Dating - From Georgia Perimeter College
Punctuated Equilibrium Diagram - From PBS
Endosymbiont Theory - (recommended by the textbook company)
From Primordial Soup to the Prebiotic Beach - Interview with an exobiology expert (recommended by the textbook company)
Chapter 17 Self-Test for Prentice Hall Biology


Cladogram Styles - From Cal State Fullerton
Making Cladograms: Background and Procedures - from the Evolution and the Nature of Science Institutes
Kingdoms and Domains Interactive Diagram - (recommended by nettrekker)
Molecular Clocks - Explanation and Interactive Image from Berkley University
The Beast of Bodmin Moor - from the Natural History Museum (recommended by the textbook company)
How to Write Latin Names - (recommended by the textbook company)
Chapter 18 Self-Test for Prentice Hall Biology