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View Resource Inside the Cell

The National Institutes of Health's National Institute of General Medical Sciences is committed to "basic discoveries for better health." Part of their work includes reaching out to the public through science education publications and online resources. This particular resource allows interested parties to explore the interior design of cells. The electronic booklet contains five chapters, a...

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 Cell Types

This lab activity from the Biotechnology Alliance for Suncoast Biology Educators explores parts of cells and cell types and covers the proper techniques used to create good scientific illustrations. The lesson includes background information on scientific drawing and basic cell structure, the materials needed, and the procedure.

View Resource Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorting Activity

This resource provides an introductory activity on fluorescence activated cell sorting (FACS). As the module states, "sorting cells is an important tool for both research and diagnosing illness." The activity covers concepts such as an overview of a FACS device, tagging specific cells with fluorescent molecules, and sorting cells. This module allows students to test their knowledge as they go....

View Resource Potent Biology: Stem Cells, Cloning, and Regeneration

This lecture series, from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Biointeractive project, features five lectures: "Understanding Embryonic Stem Cells," "Adult Stem Cells and Regeneration," "Coaxing Embryonic Stem Cells," "Stem Cells and the End of Aging," and "Stem Cell Research: Policies and Ethics." Each lecture, available in Flash and RealPlayer format, contains interviews, animations, and...

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