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Cell Cycle and Mitosis - University of Arizona

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6 to 12
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This online tutorial walks students through DNA basics, the cell cycle, and the process of mitosis. Each step of cell division is introduced with a brief description and illustration....more
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This online tutorial walks students through DNA basics, the cell cycle, and the process of mitosis. Each step of cell division is introduced with a brief description and illustration. Includes a short animation of mitosis, review quiz, and vocabulary list.

tag(s): cells (102), division (172), meiosis (15), mitosis (11), vision (87)

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Sheep Brain Dissection: The Anatomy of Memory - Exploratorium

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9 to 12
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Learn about the three main subdivisions of memory and the areas of the brain in which they take place. This interactive site walks students through the virtual dissection of a ...more
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Learn about the three main subdivisions of memory and the areas of the brain in which they take place. This interactive site walks students through the virtual dissection of a sheep brain and discusses the electrochemical connections that help us remember. Because of the similarities between sheep and human brains, this is an excellent site for introducing brain structure and functions. Includes some great videos of the dissection process. Aligned to Benchmarks for Science Literacy.

tag(s): brain (73), dissection (10), functions (70)

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About Your Heart - Science Museum of Minnesota

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4 to 8
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This animated and interactive site explores the structure and function of the human heart. Students can watch the flow of blood to and from the heart, use a virtual stethoscope, ...more
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This animated and interactive site explores the structure and function of the human heart. Students can watch the flow of blood to and from the heart, use a virtual stethoscope, and watch heart valves at work. Includes a heartbeat calculator and nearly a dozen lesson plans. The site also offers some very graphic videos of surgical procedures involving the heart and lungs, so you might want to screen these carefully before using with students. Check out the "Lungs" link for some equivalent pulmonary activities. Note that you need FLASH for this site. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page..

tag(s): heart (44)

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This is a great site to share on a projector or interactive whiteboard. Include the link on your teacher web page for review.
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Biology Tutorials for Cell, Metabolism, and Genetics - Community College of Baltimore County

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10 to 12
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This set of online biology tutorials are organized under three main sections: Eukaryotic Cell Structure, Metabolism, and Genetics. While not fancy, the tutorials contain concise information,...more
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This set of online biology tutorials are organized under three main sections: Eukaryotic Cell Structure, Metabolism, and Genetics. While not fancy, the tutorials contain concise information, hyperlinked definitions of unfamiliar terms, animated illustrations, and short quizzes. Tutorial titles include: Energy Conversions; Polypeptides, Protein, and Enzymes; DNA and RNA; Protein Synthesis; Cellular Respiration; and more.

tag(s): conversions (23), dna (69), energy (199), tides (7)

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Build an Island - NOVA

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5 to 8
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Students can gain an understanding of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by observing the formation of low-lying coral reefs known as atolls. This site condenses millions of years...more
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Students can gain an understanding of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by observing the formation of low-lying coral reefs known as atolls. This site condenses millions of years of evolution into a short, animated slide show that clearly explains each step of the process. A nice addition to an oceanography lesson.

tag(s): darwin (11), evolution (101), marine biology (33), oceans (150)

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Molecular Expressions - Florida State University

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8 to 12
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It's one thing to look at a picture of an amoeba in the science text, but to actually see one in motion - living, breathing, eating, trying not to be ...more
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It's one thing to look at a picture of an amoeba in the science text, but to actually see one in motion - living, breathing, eating, trying not to be eaten - well - that's another issue entirely. This site offers an entire digital video gallery of microscopic "pond scum" characters including Euglena rubra, Didinium, Acanthocystis, and many more.

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Double Helix Game - Nobel Foundation

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8 to 12
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This interactive game challenges students to make exact copies of a DNA molecule from three random organisms and find out which organisms they are. ...more
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This interactive game challenges students to make exact copies of a DNA molecule from three random organisms and find out which organisms they are.

tag(s): dna (69), molecules (44)

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The Split Game Experiment - Nobelprize.org

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8 to 12
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Roger Sperry's famous experiments concerning the human brain form the basis for this animated, interactive activity that helps students understand the functions of the left and right...more
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Roger Sperry's famous experiments concerning the human brain form the basis for this animated, interactive activity that helps students understand the functions of the left and right hemispheres. Students can perform experiments on a virtual "split-brain" patient, analyze the results, and reveal their own discoveries. Includes background information about Nobel laureate Sperry and what came out of his groundbreaking work.

tag(s): brain (73), functions (70)

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Interactive Body - BBC

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9 to 12
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High school biology students will find a wealth of information about human body systems and structures in this interactive site. Visitors can choose to investigate muscles, organs,...more
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High school biology students will find a wealth of information about human body systems and structures in this interactive site. Visitors can choose to investigate muscles, organs, the skeleton, or the nervous system, and participate in click-and-drag activities that are quite challenging. Students must select correct placement and rotation of each part of the body, but the site provides hints along the way. Helpful animations and descriptive information round out this interactive, anatomical activity.

tag(s): body systems (57), olympics (47)

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This site is ideal for an interactive whiteboard or projector. Use this site as an anticipatory set for systems of the body or Olympic (or other sports) events.
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From Cell to DNA

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9 to 12
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This brief multimedia slide show takes students on a virtual tour of a typical human cell. Each individual cell structure - from the nucleus, to chromosomes, to DNA strands and ...more
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This brief multimedia slide show takes students on a virtual tour of a typical human cell. Each individual cell structure - from the nucleus, to chromosomes, to DNA strands and their bases - is clearly illustrated, animated, and defined. This is not a highly detailed resource, but would make a very effective introduction to a genetics lesson. Turn on your speakers for this one!

tag(s): dna (69)

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Plants in Motion - Indiana University, Department of Biology

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2 to 12
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Watch plants change and grow with these time-lapse movies that illustrate germination, circadian responses, tropic and nastic movements, and more. The images can be enjoyed by students...more
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Watch plants change and grow with these time-lapse movies that illustrate germination, circadian responses, tropic and nastic movements, and more. The images can be enjoyed by students of all ages -elementary kids will love watching the plants "dance" - but the text on the site is fairly high level and appropriate for high school biology classes.

tag(s): plants (146)

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Tour of the Basics: Heredity - University of Utah

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8 to 10
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Genetics can be a fairly weighty topic, but this site breaks down complex concepts into easy-to-understand language. Click on each of the six topics - DNA, genes, chromosomes, proteins,...more
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Genetics can be a fairly weighty topic, but this site breaks down complex concepts into easy-to-understand language. Click on each of the six topics - DNA, genes, chromosomes, proteins, heredity, traits - and walk through an animated slide show that provides in-depth descriptions and helpful visuals. You can even download the tour so that you can run it without an Internet connection.

tag(s): dna (69), genetics (90)

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Croak - Access Excellence

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8 to 12
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The frog population in the town park is declining, and you must help Councilman Pierce uncover the source of the problem. This four-part interactive mystery requires students to investigate,...more
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The frog population in the town park is declining, and you must help Councilman Pierce uncover the source of the problem. This four-part interactive mystery requires students to investigate, interview, and research their way to a logical solution. The activity is perfect for group work and has the potential to engage your most resistant science student!

tag(s): amphibians (20), ecosystems (88)

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Seeing - Exploratorium

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6 to 12
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Discover the science behind optical illusions with these interactive activities that demonstrate how our eyes interpret images. Each illusion is accompanied by an explanation of how...more
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Discover the science behind optical illusions with these interactive activities that demonstrate how our eyes interpret images. Each illusion is accompanied by an explanation of how and why the eye behaves as it does. Created by Exploratorium.

tag(s): brain (73), optical illusions (12), senses (29)

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Why Does Evolution Matter Now? - PBS

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9 to 12
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The growing problem of antibiotic resistance is explored in this lesson plan that investigates how evolution is at the heart of this wide-spread health threat. Real-time videos demonstrate...more
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The growing problem of antibiotic resistance is explored in this lesson plan that investigates how evolution is at the heart of this wide-spread health threat. Real-time videos demonstrate how disease-causing agents can rapidly become immune to our best antibiotic defenses. A second activity investigates how evolution affects our daily lives and can solve problems in medicine, agriculture, and the environment. Includes student instructions and teacher notes.

tag(s): diseases (66), evolution (101)

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Creature Feature - National Geographic Society

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3 to 6
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Students can safely explore and navigate through this site that lets them get up close and personal with dozens of wild critters. Each featured creature is introduced via an easy-to-read...more
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Students can safely explore and navigate through this site that lets them get up close and personal with dozens of wild critters. Each featured creature is introduced via an easy-to-read article, fun facts, video and audio files, and photos. Brainteaser questions and links to related sites are provided. A great resource for independent research on an animal of choice. This site requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): amphibians (20), animals (277), birds (51), dinosaurs (57), fish (25), mammals (32), reptiles (12)

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Share this site on an interactive whiteboard or projector to get your students "up close" to dinosaurs, bugs, or other animals. This site is a perfect addition to a research project.
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Morgan Genetics Tutorial - William Sofer of Rutgers University

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This interactive site explains and illustrates complex concepts involved in understanding genetics. Students can progress through six sequential levels - from chromosomes and probability...more
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This interactive site explains and illustrates complex concepts involved in understanding genetics. Students can progress through six sequential levels - from chromosomes and probability to gender determination - then follow-up with an online quiz.

tag(s): genetics (90)

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Microangela - Tina Carvalho of the University of Hawaii

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4 to 10
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From the very tiny, to the microscopic, this site offers close-up pictures and information about insects, spores, bacteria, cells, microorganisms, plankton, and more. The strangely...more
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From the very tiny, to the microscopic, this site offers close-up pictures and information about insects, spores, bacteria, cells, microorganisms, plankton, and more. The strangely beautiful, colorized images are accompanied by brief and sometimes entertaining explanations. Your students will gain new understanding and appreciation for the very tiny critters that surround us.

tag(s): bacteria (30), insects (69), microorganisms (14), organisms (21)

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Ology - American Museum of Natural History

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This site is filled with kid-friendly text and engaging interactive activities that introduce "ologies" and investigate topics including marine biology, astronomy, archeology, earth...more
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This site is filled with kid-friendly text and engaging interactive activities that introduce "ologies" and investigate topics including marine biology, astronomy, archeology, earth science, and more. Each topic section includes background information, virtual experiments and tours, and suggestions for in-class experiments. This site requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page..

tag(s): museums (49)

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Virtual Cell

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Reinforce the parts of a cell with this interactive tour. Students can click on an area of the virtual cell, read a brief definition, zoom in or out, and perform ...more
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Reinforce the parts of a cell with this interactive tour. Students can click on an area of the virtual cell, read a brief definition, zoom in or out, and perform certain functions - cutting, splitting, and rotating. The pronunciation guide will "speak" the words for you. This portion is slow to loas and requires the Quicktime plug-in. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page. The site also requires that you have Javascript ENABLED. Depending on your version of Internet Explorer or other browser, you will find this under Tools> INternet Options> Advanced.

tag(s): cells (102)

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