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

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Endangered

by Sophie Teacher

From the American Museum of Natural History This expedition guide was written as a self-directed tour for the temporary biodiversity exhibit that preceded the museum's Hall of Biodiversity. The site continues to serve as a terrific resource for understanding biodiversity.
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Learn Genetics

by Little Littlel

The Genetic Science Learning Center (http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/) is a great resource for my biology class. It makes learning about all topics surrounding genetics fun, easy to learn and understand. The site has information for teachers, lesson plans, worksheets and much more. For students it creates an interactive environment that supports the authentic learning of many topics surrounding genetics.
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A WebQuest for 9th Grade (Biology)
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What does it mean to be human? http://humanorigins.si.edu The new website dedicated to the discovery and understanding of human origins is now available from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. Based on decades of research by Smithsonian scientists, “The theme of the website, ‘What Does It Mean to Be Human?,’ is one of the most profound questions humans have asked over thousands of years and is informed by philosophy, religion and the arts and sciences,” said Rick Potts, director of the Human Origins Program and curator of anthropology at the museum, whose research and vision is the basis of the Smithsonian’s Human Origins Initiative. “Our goal is to provide a solid foundation for the public to explore the scientific contributions to answering this question.” Visitors can dig deep online with stunning images, 3-D collections, interactives, videos, and social media to personalize their understanding of the question, ‘What does it mean to be human?
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Virtual Team Challenge is a “Virtual World” 3D simulation-based learning curriculum offered at no cost to high school teachers and students for Spring '10. The program meets National Standards for Environmental Science and Business Education and is supported by lesson plans that incorporate the game's missions. 10,000 students participated last year, collaborating to manage the clean-up of an Oil Spill in the New City and win prizes for themselves, their schools, and the United Way.
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Levi's vs. Genetics

by TigerScience6 mainsIrontonOhio

Webquest on inherited or learned traits. Students will be given the opportunity to study the differences between these two traits and also explore certain traits they may have in common with their parents. A worksheet and quiz are included.
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Webquest (WIKI)

by Michelle vanGinneken (UofR)

Environment Webquest (WIKI)
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