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 Biology Interactive Library

The Interactive Library is about "real interactivity"! The database contains hundreds of activities that make use of sophisticated java, vrml and shockwave prgrams.

If you are unfamiliar with java or shockwave take a look at these sample programs.

-Teachers Create your own activity sheet to go with the prgrams and your students are set for a new experience.

-Students Use these programs to supplement your classroom activities, or use one of the more advanced applets as a starting point for your science project.

-Parents Use these programs to supplement your childs homework.

 
 BIOLOGY APPLETS

Cells Alive**

Visible Human Project (applet)

Pairing DNA bases **

Sight vs. Sound Reflex

Mouse Genetics

Biomorphs

American Museum of Natural History: Expedition Tour

Darwin--Population Biology Simulations

The Gene Machine

The Pea Experiment

Virtual Frog Dissection (Lawrence Labs) **

Interactive Frog Dissection -- Net Frog (Virginia)**

Axon potential simulatator

Titration Lab (USC1)

Titration Lab (USC)

Titration Lab (U of Athens)

Titration Lab (Davidson)

Human Gait Analysis

Periodic table

Peptide Synthesis Animation

Time Estimation

Biology Labs Online*

ANIMATIONS AND FLASH

Animation of Chemiosmotic ATP synthesis in Bacteria

Animal Mitosis

Cellular Transport

Calvin Cycle

Plant, Animal and Bacteria Cell Models -- Cells Alive

Mitosis -- Cells Alive

Meiosis -- Cells Alive

Cell Cycle

Cancer Cell Cam: Human Melanoma Cells Growing in Culture

Lipid Bilayer

Virtual Cell

Cytoskeleton

Cell Signals

Stem Cells

Stem Cells Explained (Umich)

Biochemical Pathways of Cancer Cells

Photosynthesis **

Interactive Photosynthesis

Typical Animal Cell Structure

Cell Membrane Structure

DNA Replication

Biological Animations from St. Olaf College



 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 


 

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