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McGraw-Hill Virtual Biology Lab

McGraw-Hill Virtual Biology Lab
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WEB ADVENTURES: FOR EDUCATORS | Teacher Resources — Virtual Clinical Trials - About The Series About The Series Players use scientific methods and process skills as they learn the process for designing and conducting a trial, the underlying neuroscience behind the medical advances being tested, and the related careers involved. 2013 Interactive Media Award Virtual Clinical Trials received an Interactive Media Award for Outstanding Achievement. View award Figuras animadas | Biología, 7ma edición Menú Visitante Figuras animadas Fig. 2-15 El tráfico de vesículas dentro de la célula Fig. 3-10 Funcionamiento de un sistema de transporte activo primario Fig. 4-11 Hipótesis del ajuste inducido Fig. 4-19 ATP y ADP Fig. 7-8 Mitosis en una célula animal con cuatro cromosomas Fig. 7-9 Mitosis en una célula vegetal con cuatro cromosomas Fig. 7-14 Entrecruzamiento o crossing-over entre cromosomas homólogos Fig. 9-13 Mecanismo de replicación del DNA Fig. 10-6 Transcripción del DNA Fig. 10-9 Mecanismo de corte y empalme o splicing de los eucariontes Fig. 10-13 Síntesis de un polipéptido en procariontes Fig. 10-15 Síntesis de proteínas en el retículo endoplasmático rugoso Fig. 11-5a Operones inducibles: encendido y apagado del operón Fig. 11-5b Operones reprimibles: encendido y apagado del operón Cap. 12 recuadro 3 Proteínas G heterotriméricas Fig. 17-16 El experimento de los Lederberg Fig. 20-5 Tres situaciones que pueden dar lugar a procesos de especiación cuántica peripátrica Fig. 30-12 El arco reflejo

Johnson Explorations <hr><p><b>You must have javascript enabled to view this website. Please change your browser preferences to enable javascript, and reload this page.</b></p><hr> Johnson Explorations(See related pages) As every teacher knows, hands-on experience is far and away the most effective way to learn anything. The Johnson Explorations require the Macromedia Shockwave 7 Player be installed on your system. Click on an Exploration to start.

BioInteractive Search Results Click & Learn This Click and Learn explains how DNA sequences can be used to generate such trees, and how to interpret them. West Nile virus infects mosquitoes, birds, and people—with very different consequences. Lactose tolerance, sickle cell anemia, and bitter taste perception are three examples of recently evolved human traits. Lactase persistence results from a mutation that changes how transcription factors interact, thereby affecting gene expression. This survey, developed by Horne and Ostberg, will let you determine if you are a morning or an evening person. Answer the questions in this online quiz to test your knowledge of what determines the sex of a human, a fruit fly, and a snapping turtle. Paleoanthropology provides an excellent example of the scientific process at work. Learn about the nature of vector-borne diseases, and the life cycle of the dengue vector mosquito. Learn why verifying a person's gender may be harder than you think. An exploration of current and future therapies.

WEB ADVENTURES: FOR EDUCATORS | Teacher Resources — N-Squad - About The Game About The Game Students work with forensic scientists to solve an alcohol related crime. Along the way, they will learn about alcohol's interaction in different body systems: digestive, circulatory, and nervous. About The Game Students work with forensic scientists to solve an alcohol related crime. Spanish Animations Spanish Animations Copyright ©2007 McGraw-Hill Higher EducationAny use is subject to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.McGraw-Hill Higher Education is one of the many fine businesses of The McGraw-Hill Companies. OBIS Welcome | OBIS Outdoor Biology Instructional Strategies The Virtual Lab Series BioInteractive’s virtual labs have won several awards, including top honors in the Pirelli INTERNETional Award competition, which recognizes the best multimedia products designed to use the Internet to educate about science and technology. Designed in close consultation with educators and scientists, these virtual labs are fully interactive biomedical laboratory simulations and provide students with skills and techniques used in scientific research. BioInteractive’s series of virtual labs allows students to examine heart patients, analyze DNA sequences, probe the nervous system of a leech, use human antibodies to diagnose disease, and measure physical traits of stickleback fish and anole lizards to examine key concepts in evolution. The labs can be accessed by clicking the icons on the right-hand side of the page.

Anatomy and Physiology Learning Modules - CEHD - U of M Quiz Bowl and Timed Test were retired at the end of summer 2013. Quiz Bowl had always been buggy, as many people had pointed out, and it had become difficult to maintain. It also used technology that doesn’t work on a lot of newer computers or tablets. Timed test depended on a browser add-on that both Microsoft and Apple have encouraged users to remove for security concerns. For these reasons, we took these two quizzes down at the end of the month. Looking for the Image Bank? Conference for High School Anatomy and Physiology Instructors - October 17 and 18, 2014 - Minneapolis, MN. The Biology Project

Problem-Attic Discover Browse lessons and activities from EOL and our partners. Lessons and activities include relevant materials, EOL Collections and podcasts that can be used to supplement existing curriculum or on their own. These activities are aimed at upper elementary and middle school students but can be modified for elementary or high school students. Each lesson or activity is aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Please contact us with feedback or suggestions. Behavior Biodiversity Classification Citizen Science Ecology Evolution Impacts Research Behavior Biodiversity Adaptations: Go Adapt! In this activity, students will use EOL Trait Cards to collect sets of different physical and behavioral adaptations, food chains, and classifications. Classification Fun With Classification: That's Classified! This activity is inspired by the classic game, “Go Fish.” Citizen Science Ecology Energy Flow: Food Chains Rummy Impacts

2nd Biannual NGSS STEM Education Conference Download the conference schedule and a map Session 1 Arms & Arteries: Adventures in Biomechanical Engineering Looking for ways to integrate engineering into your life science and biology classes? Try biomechanical engineering! Download Session PDFs Session 2 Environmental Engineering: Life in the Bay Water Together we’ll design and build tools for exploring bay water. Session 3 Seismic Engineering Feeling a little shaky on how to teach engineering in your earth science unit? Session 4 Build a Battery of Batteries Come explore the physics and chemistry of simple batteries! Session 5 Build a Better Motor We’ll start by taking apart a spring-powered motor to see how it stores and releases energy, and then we’ll take apart a small electric motor to see how the magnets, wire coils, and electrical connections are arranged. Session 6 Wire It Up! Using a shoebox, discarded holiday lights, and some simple tools, you and your students can create and wire a model building complete with switches.

NOVA | How Cells Divide share By Rick Groleau Posted 10.09.01 NOVA Most of the time, when a cell in our bodies divides, each new cell carries a complete set of chromosomes. The cells involved with human reproduction, however, carry only half after division occurs. In this step-by-step explanation, learn about mitosis and meiosis, the two types of cell division. This feature originally appeared on the site for the NOVA program 18 Ways to Make a Baby. Background on Meiosis and Mitosis As viewed from a human perspective, nature seems to have done ingenious engineering to overcome obstacles. Asexual reproduction relies on a process called mitosis, in which the nucleus of a cell divides to create two new nuclei, each containing an identical copy of DNA. Meiosis, on the other hand, is the process by which certain sex cells are created. How exactly does meiosis halve and mix chromosomes?

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