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View Resource Anaerobranca californiensis sp. nov., An Anaerobic, Alkalithermophilic, Fermentative Bacterium Isolated From a Hot Spring on Mono Lake

This journal article reports the isolation of a novel, obligately anaerobic, alkaliphilic, thermophilic, halotolerant, chemo-organotrophic bacterium from the sediment of an alkaline hot spring located on Paoha Island in Mono Lake, California. The methods of isolation and description of this novel bacterium, Anaerobranca californiensis sp. nov., are included. The full text of this article...

View Resource Microscope Imaging Station

The Exploratorium in San Francisco continues to break new and intriguing ground with their latest online project, the Microscope Imaging Station. The actual physical Station resides at their museum, and was opened in 2004. Developed to complement this interactive exhibit, this online manifestation of the Station allows visitors to peer into the cells of living organisms such as sea urchins and...

View Resource Microbiological Garden

The Microbiological Garden features specialized collections with images and informative paragraphs covering microbial-based topics including: foyer, microbes in the kitchen, bacteria on our skin, pathogens, yeast under the microscope, how bacteria swim, moving bacterial bands, magic microbial spheres, magnetic bacteria, movement symbiosis, Euglena, Vorticella, nectar yeasts, phototrophic...

View Resource BioInteractive Classroom Activities

This collection of classroom activities from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute is a useful stop for biology educators teaching topics such as stem cells, viruses, evolution, biodiversity, heredity, and molecular biology. Each activity accompanies a particular HHMI lecture series, all of which can be found here. There are many components to each of the eleven activities, including teacher...

View Resource National Science Foundation: Tour of the Cell

A cell happens to be the smallest unit of life, but there's a tremendous amount of activity going on within this very fascinating place. The talented people at the National Science Foundation (NSF) are well aware of this fact, and they have created this illuminating and interactive visual feature to help people learn about the cell's different components. On the homepage, visitors are presented...

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