Biology 101 http://www.biology101.org Biology 101
An online biology study guide for High School and College students.
The site consists of visually appealing biology study guides, flashcards and practice questions.
Body Browser http://www.chromeexperiments.com/detail/body-browser/ Body Browser
Explore a detailed 3D model of the human body. Body Browser uses WebGL and taps directly into the GPU to accelerate rendering of 3D scenes. Take it for spin and learn about different layers of anatomy by moving the slider or toggling layers on and off with the buttons.
Biology Questions and Answers http://www.biology-questions-and-answers.com/ Biology Questions and Answers
Biology Questions and Answers is a website that discusses all branches and subjects of Biology. You can learn anything about Biology here!
This site was specially written and organized to make Biology learning easier. More than 1800 questions and answers are available here to help you study Biology in the easiest way possible.
Discover how you can build your biological knowledge step-by-step through intelligent sequences of questions and answers.
Biology-Innovation http://www.biology-innovation.co.uk/ Biology-Innovation is the best place for AS or A2 level biology revision on the web. It is full of features, diagrams and information covering a range of topics like human biology, biochemistry and plant biology. It contains easy to understand, printable, notes on many subjects all with annotated diagrams to help you understand the topic fully.
This site is used by successful Oxbridge applicants!
Factors Affecting The Rate Of Photosynthesis http://www.neiljohan.com/ Experiment to examine the factors affecting the rate of photosynthesis. Full write up and results.
Online Interactive Physiology Models http://www.shodor.org/master/biomed/ Online Interactive Physiology Models
Baroweb: a model of the heart and nervous system, explore how blood pressure is regulated!
CADweb: a risk-assessment tool. This statistical tool helps patients to evaluate their risk for coronary artery disease.
Cardioweb: a simple model of the heart using the Windkessel model. Explore the control of cardiac output in healthy and sick patients!
AIDA: large diabetes simulation project, a joint effort between Shodor, the Biomedical Engineering department at North Carolina State University, and Diabetes Insighth (UK).
Cholesterol: a simple model of human cholesterol levels. Create your own test cases and discover the cholesterol level associated with each.
Dialysis: investigates the role of the kidneys in filtering impurities from the bloodstream.
The Biomotion Lab http://www.biomotionlab.ca/demos.php The Biomotion Lab
We are working on several aspects of visual perception and cognition. Our major interest is focussed on questions concerning the biology and psychology of social recognition.
We are equipped with motion capture technology from Oxford Metrics(Vicon). An array of CCD cameras tracks small, reflective markers attached to the body of humans, pigeons or other animals.
. life detection . conspecific recognition
. gender recognition . individual recognition
. recognition of an agent's actions . recognition of emotions, personality traits and intentionality .
Molecular Station Biology http://www.molecularstation.com Molecularstation is portal for molecular biology, dna, rna, protein, proteomics, protocols, bioinformatics, and product information.
Human Biology Guide http://www.biologyguide.net/ Human Biology Guide
Human Biology Revision Notes for A-Level Biology students!
Our notes have been designed for every section in the syllabus by using the AQA Biology/Biology (Human) Specification A, which can be downloaded HERE.
Biology : AS and A2 Level at S-cool http://www.s-cool.co.uk/topic_index.asp?subject_id=3&d=0 Biology : AS and A2 Level at S-cool
Cells and Organelles | Classification | Gas Exchange | Respiration | Photosynthesis | Nutrition and Digestion | Transport | Reproduction | Nervous and Hormonal Control | Immunity | Homeostasis | Movement and Support in Animals | Ecological Concepts | Evolution | Health and Disease | Genetics | Genetics | DNA and the Genetic Code | Making Use of the Genetic Code | Genetic Engineering | Applications of Genetic Engineering |
The Biology Binder http://www.biologybinder.com This site contains interactive quizzes and crosswords, genetics problem sets, notes/study guides, and links to interactive activities on all biology topics.
Virtual Stethoscope : Habits of the Heart http://www.smm.org/heart/heart/steth-f.htm Habits of the Heart was developed as a resource for students and teachers interested in learning about the cardiovascular and circulatory systems.
| Virtual Stethoscope | heart | lungs | videos | lessons | tools |
Stalking the Mysterious Microbe http://www.microbe.org/ Stalking the Mysterious Microbe
Excellent site for students
bacteria | archaea | fungi | protists | viruses | news | suggested experiments | hand-washing | microbiology careers |
Genetic Breeder - simulation http://puzzling.caret.cam.ac.uk/pregame.php?game=genetic Genetic Breeder - simulation
Over 100 hundred years ago, there was a Swiss Monk who took an interest in the peas that he was growing as part of his daily work. The work he did, and the discoveries he made are the basis for the theories of inheritance which we have today. You can simulate his experiments with this game, but it won't take you nearly as long! His name, by the way, was Gregor Mendel.
AS / A2 level Biology http://www.projectalevel.co.uk/ AS / A2 level Biology
Coursework, Revision guides, Top-up, Immunity, Foundation ...
We offer many resources for students revising for their AS and A2 level exams including: revision notes and practice questions, revision guides at our bookshop, help and advice and the take a break section for when you have had enough of revision. We hope you find our site a useful revision aid and a bit of fun too!
Discover Anatomy (Royal Institute) http://insideout.rigb.org/insideout/anatomy/index.html InsideOut investigates ... skeletons and why we have them.
Skeletons. Why are they important?
Discover The Science and explore the way the body moves using the Joints Explorer.
Find out about some important Tissue Issues, explore how we Move It and what Skeleton Territory is all about.
There are always new and important discoveries being made by scientists all over the world: find out what Big Questions the scientists are trying to answer.
Biology in Motion http://biologyinmotion.com/ Biology in Motion - Original, entertaining, interactive biology learning activities
Cartoon Mini-Lectures .. e.g. One-page biology cartoons with explanations.
Require Flash plug-in Enzyme Characteristics Receptor and Signal as "Lock and Key"
Organize-It ... A new kind of learning system! Test your understanding of biology by dragging terms to show category relationships. Includes terms from a growing list of biology topics.
Evolution Lab ... Do-it-yourself evolution! Use this humorous but powerful simulation tool to test the effects of selection, mutation and chance on the evolution of a trait.
ATP and Energy Storage ... Find out why eating lunch really is like "recharging your batteries."
Fat Digestion and Bile ... Find out why digesting cheesecake is like washing the dishes--even if you like cheesecake!
The Cardiovascular System ... This tutorial uses 3D animations to explain the basic design of the mammalian cardiovascular system.
Cell Division Exercise ... When a cell divides, what happens to its chromosomes? Drag and drop to find out if you know the answers. This exercise covers both mitosis and meiosis.
Urine Concentration in 3 Easy Steps ... One of the most difficult topics in basic physiology is how the kidneys work.
The Virtual Body (English & Spanish) http://www.medtropolis.com/VBody.asp The Virtual Body (English & Spanish) | brain | skeleton | heart | digestive system | virtual body map | interactive |
Biology4KIds http://www.biology4kids.com/ In the same way everything on Earth is made up of atoms, everything that is alive on Earth is made up of cells. An entire living thing can be one cell or it can be billions. Most cells on Earth have similar pieces and parts. Let's get started and look inside the cell.
Biology | cells | microbes | plants | invertebrates | vertebrates |
Froguts - virtual online frog dissection http://www.froguts.com/ Froguts is the first true virtual online frog dissection.
Highly rated site .... the full disection experience ... dissection with quizzes and test or just the dissection.
Using a photorealistic frog ....
frog | dissection |
ClinicalTrials http://www.clinicaltrials.gov/ The U.S. National Institutes of Health, through its National Library of Medicine, has developed ClinicalTrials.gov to provide patients, family members and members of the public current information about clinical research studies.
ClinicalTrials.gov provides patients, family members, health care professionals, and members of the public easy access to information on clinical trials for a wide range of diseases and conditions. The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), through its National Library of Medicine (NLM), has developed this site in collaboration with all NIH Institutes and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The site was launched in February 2000 and currently contains approximately 5,800 clinical studies sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, other Federal agencies, and the pharmaceutical industry in over 64,000 locations worldwide. Studies listed in the database are conducted primarily in the United States and Canada, but include locations in about 70 countries. ClinicalTrials.gov receives over about 2 million page views per month and hosts approximately 7,200 visitors daily.
Animal Cells (Kapili) http://www.kapili.com/c/cell.html In every living thing on Earth there are cells. Cells keep living things organized. Just think about it, there is no way you could do everything you do and just be one cell. You would be one big blob, with many pieces (also called ORGANELLES) floating around inside you.
The Cell | Membrane | Cell Wall | Nucleus |
Endoplasmic | Reticulum | Ribosome | Golgi Apparatus | Vacuole | Mitochondria | Chloroplast | Microfilaments | Microtubules | Lysosome |
Bacterial Cells http://www.eurekascience.com/ICanDoThat/bacteria_cells.htm "I'm Chloe the chloroplast. I'm a part of a plant cell. My job is to turn sunlight into sugar! Isn't that a grand job? Plant cells, and animal cells for that matter, are pretty sophisticated. Why don't I let you meet some of the more humble cell folks first.
Cells Alive http://www.cellsalive.com/ The Cell Cycle
A lot goes on in 'resting' cells between cell divisions. Interact with the Flash(R) animation in The Cell Cycle
Two red blood cells are seen trapped in this fibrin clot. Read more about this and other cover photos in the Gallery.
Cell Structure and Function | Microbes (viruses, bacteria, parasites) | The Immune System | Myocytes | Cytoskeleton | Apoptosis | Bacteriophage | Streptococcus | Parasites | HIV Infection | Making Antibodies |
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