Science - Biology
Students will understand the relationship between structure and function of organs and organ systems.
Anatomy and Physiology Tutorials
Great graphics and review of human anatomy. Designed for high school students.
Biology OER Textbook
This Open Educational Resource (OER) textbook has been written specifically for students as a reputable source for them to obtain information aligned to the Utah Science Standards.
This is an interactive activity on the circulatory system.
This site has an interactive game on immunity and homeostasis.
Use this interactive game to learn about the endocrine system.
Gray's Anatomy Online
Resource for high school students studying human anatomy. Find detailed diagrams and information on parts and systems of the body.
Human Anatomy On-line
This site teaches you about various systems of the body using words, images, and animations.
Interactive Human: the heart
This interactive shows what happens to heart rate as activity levels change.
Plants and Their Structure
Everything you need to know about plant structure!
Plants and Their Structure II
More great information and full-color diagrams about plants.
Rationing Transplants: An Ethical Problem
Recently Walter Payton, former Chicago Bears running back, announced that he has a rare form of liver disease and is awaiting a transplant. How do hospitals in the United States determine who should receive a transplant and when?
The Circulatory System
This site links to a number of animations and interactive websites on the circulatory system.
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