Science - Biology
Students will understand that all organisms are composed of one or more cells that are made of molecules, come from preexisting cells, and perform life functions.
Investigate the structure and function of cells and cell parts.
Animal Cell Mitosis Animation
This animation demonstrates the stages of mitosis in an animal cell.
Do you need a little extra help with biology? Need a tutorial to help you understand something? Find it here.
Cell Respiration Activity
This interactive slideshow explains cell respiration. Along the way click on "practice" to test your understanding.
3-D images and cell cams will help you learn about plant and animal cells. Teachers, this site could be used as a teaching tool for your Spanish speakers. All information is available in Spanish. Good illustrations will help.
The videos on this site will help you understand cellular respiration, the Krebs Cycle, glycolysis and more.
Do this virtual lab and play a game to learn about enzymes.
In this activity you will explore the effects of enzymes on chemical reactions and build enzyme-substrate complexes.
Interactive Cell Models
Interact with these colorful models to better understand Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells.
Light and Plant Growth Virtual Lab
In this lab you can test different colors of light and see the effect on photosynthesis.
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
Use these colorful animations to learn about these topics.
Snurfle Meiosis and Genetics
Interactive game to understand meiosis and fertilization and passing on of genetic characteristics
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