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View Resource Mitosis

As many of us remember from high school science, mitosis is the process of cell division. It is a key concept for anyone seeking to learn the basics of biology. This rather useful site contains a free application (available for iPhone or iPod touch) for those who would like to learn more about mitosis "on the go." The application contains a Library, which features videos of the various stages of...

View Resource Virtual Genetics Education Centre: Genetics for Higher Education

This material has been written for Higher Education students aged 18 years old and over. Each topic contains a brief introduction that puts the teaching resources into context. Resources linked to each topic can be found in the resources section associated with each topic page. The content is continually revised to reflect changes and developments in the topics. Those topics currently include...

View Resource Estimating the Time Needed for Mitosis

In this lab activity from the Biotechnology Alliance for Suncoast Biology Educators, students will learn the phases of mitosis and determine the approximate time it takes for plant and animal cells to pass through each of the four stages of mitosis. They do this by counting the number of onion root tip cells and whitefish blastula cells in each of the four phases of mitosis and in interphase. It...

View Resource Animated Tutorials: General Biology

The Sumanas Corporation was created in 1994 to help design accurate and interesting products for higher education. Along on the way, they have seen fit to create a range of complementary online animations for students and teachers interested in biology. On this page, visitors will find 37 helpful animations that cover a range of topics. The first two on the site address meiosis and mitosis and...

View Resource Endosymbiosis and The Origin of Eukaryotes

This page is a chapter from an online biology textbook. It outlines evidence for the endosymbiotic origin of organelles including mitochondria, chloroplasts, nucleomorphs, and apicoplasts. Organellar genomes are described in detail.

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