Collection of diagrams in the subject of Biology. Includes topics such as cells, DNA, Genetics, Mitosis, Meiosis, Human Body, Evolution and Ecology.

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Biology Images

by Janet Pinto

Great free biology images and slides!
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Diagram Of A Typical Plant Cell

by Marshall Cavendish

Provided by Marshall Cavendish. Citation: Jackson, T. "Cell Biology." Life Sciences. 2nd ed. Marshall Cavendish Digital. 2009. 20 July 2009 .
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Provided by Marshall Cavendish. Citation: Jackson, T. "Cell Biology." Life Sciences. 2nd ed. Marshall Cavendish Digital. 2009. 20 July 2009 .
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Anatomy Study Aid

by Alison Loomis

This website is a collection of study aids for entry-level anatomy and physiology students. This resource is part of the Biology Links for One Laptop Per Child course which contains units on Exploring Life; The Cell; Genetics; Mechanisms of Evolution; The Evolutionary History of Biological Diversity; Plant Form and Function; Animal Form and Function; Ecology; and Astrobiology.
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This site shows 3D descriptive models of plant, animal and bacteria cells. This resource is part of the Biology Links for One Laptop Per Child course which contains units on Exploring Life; The Cell; Genetics; Mechanisms of Evolution; The Evolutionary History of Biological Diversity; Plant Form and Function; Animal Form and Function; Ecology; and Astrobiology.
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Interactive 3D Cells

by Alison Loomis

Learn about cell structure and function by viewing QuickTime movies and interacting with 3D worlds. This resource is part of the Biology Links for One Laptop Per Child course which contains units on Exploring Life; The Cell; Genetics; Mechanisms of Evolution; The Evolutionary History of Biological Diversity; Plant Form and Function; Animal Form and Function; Ecology; and Astrobiology.
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Diagram showing how to construct a classification key in the Classification of Shoes lab.
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This comic follows the efforts of a male cricket as he tries to attract a mate, and in the process, debunks common myths about what it means to be evolutionarily "fit." This resource is part of the Biology Links for One Laptop Per Child course which contains units on Exploring Life; The Cell; Genetics; Mechanisms of Evolution; The Evolutionary History of Biological Diversity; Plant Form and Function; Animal Form and Function; Ecology; and Astrobiology.
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Global Environmental Change: Examine how the Aral Sea, Iran, Brazil, Texas, and other places around the world have changed due to natural hazards and human impact via Landsat satellite imagery. This resource is part of the Biology Links for One Laptop Per Child course which contains units on Exploring Life; The Cell; Genetics; Mechanisms of Evolution; The Evolutionary History of Biological Diversity; Plant Form and Function; Animal Form and Function; Ecology; and Astrobiology. .
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A list of freely-available online dissection simulation programs that students can choose from when planning and implementing science experiments.
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Microscopes

by Janet Pinto

Microscope simulators demonstrate the phase contrast, fluorescence, transmission electro and scanning tunneling microscopes and what scientists study with each of them.
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Ecological Pyramids

by Sophie Teacher

FOOD CHAINS, FOOD WEBS AND ECOLOGICAL PYRAMIDS. Text & student work.
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Deleterious Genes

by Janet Pinto

Provides explanations as to why deleterious genes may exist in a population even though one would expect natural selection to remove genes with negative effects from a population (individuals who carry those genes would not reproduce as much, so the genes should not be passed on).
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Journey Into the Cell

by Alison Loomis

From this site you can look at some of the basic organizing components of living organisms. This resource is part of the Biology Links for One Laptop Per Child course which contains units on Exploring Life; The Cell; Genetics; Mechanisms of Evolution; The Evolutionary History of Biological Diversity; Plant Form and Function; Animal Form and Function; Ecology; and Astrobiology.
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The Tree of Life Web Project (ToL) is a collaborative effort of biologists from around the world. On more than 5000 World Wide Web pages, the project provides information about the diversity of organisms on Earth, their evolutionary history (phylogeny), and characteristics. Each page contains information about a particular group of organisms (e.g., echinoderms, tyrannosaurs, phlox flowers, cephalopods, club fungi, or the salamanderfish of Western Australia). ToL pages are linked one to another hierarchically, in the form of the evolutionary tree of life. Starting with the root of all Life on Earth and moving out along diverging branches to individual species, the structure of the ToL project thus illustrates the genetic connections between all living things. This resource is part of the Biology Links for One Laptop Per Child course which contains units on Exploring Life; The Cell; Genetics; Mechanisms of Evolution; The Evolutionary History of Biological Diversity; Plant Form and Function; Animal Form and Function; Ecology; and Astrobiology.
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Cells media set

by Karen Fasimpaur

A variety of diagrams and images related to cells including diagrams of various types of cells, cell membranes, cellular respiration, osmosis, photosythesis, and more. These resources can be used to create projects in Word or PowerPoint; to make a movie or web page; or put in other multimedia works. Right-click each file and view properties to get credit and license info. Open-licensed music available here: http://commoncore.wikispaces.com/music
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Monocot vs. Dicot Stems

by Daniel Pilloff

Here's a simple mnemonic that really helps my students remember the difference between vascular bundle arrangements of monocots and dicots.
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Animal Diversity Web

by Sophie Teacher

From the University of Mighigan This site is a searchable encyclopedia of thousands of photos, descriptions, sound recordings, and other information about individual animal species. Find out about amphibians, arthropods, birds, fishes, insects, mammals, mollusks, reptiles, and sharks. Explore special features on mammals, skulls, and frog calls. Students are invited to contribute.
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