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Unit One: The Science of Life | Biology Weblinks


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General

  • National Association of Biology Teachers—Good general resource on biology education. See the Resources section for many lab and demonstration ideas.
  • zeroBio—Clever online quizzes covering many biological topics as well as other secondary level science subjects
  • Biology Browser—Great web portal and search engine for biological subjects
  • Access Excellence—Many resources and activities for high school biology and other classes. Includes a "Graphics Gallery" of labeled diagrams.
  • General & Human Biology Essential Study Partner—Links to information and tutorials on a wide variety of biological topics
  • Life: The Science of Biology—Provides animated tutorials, interactive quizzes, and information on a wide variety of biological topics
  • V-Scope Explorer—An interactive microscope that allows students to view real microscope photos of many different specimens at various magnifications

Chapter 1: The Science of Life and the God of Life

Chapter 2: The Chemistry of Life

  • WebElements—An interactive periodic table with links to extra information on each of the elements
  • ChemiCool—An interactive periodic table with links to extra information on each of the elements; also includes a dictionary of chemistry terms
  • Chemical Bonds—Interactive tutorial on chemical bonding
  • Catalysis—Interactive tutorial on the action of catalysts
  • DNA Workshop—Basic information on DNA and protein synthesis. Includes a link to an interactive tutorial.

Chapter 3: Introduction to Cells—Cytology Part I

  • Virtual Library of Biochemistry and Cell Biology—Links to in-depth background articles on all topics relating to cells, their structures, and processes
  • Cell Anatomy—Structure and function of the cell and cellular organelles, including electron micrographs and illustrations
  • Cells Alive!—Colorful atlas of the cell, its parts, and cellular processes, excellent animations coupled with microscopic views

Chapter 4: Cellular Processes—Cytology Part II

Chapter 5: Genetics—The Continuity of Life Part I

Chapter 6: Advanced Genetics—The Continuity of Life Part II

Chapter 7: Biotechnology

Chapter 8: The History of Life

  • Creation Research Society—Creation science resources
  • Answers in Genesis—An excellent website with many resources available online for free; search feature is especially valuable
  • TrueOrigin Archive—Many articles from leading Creationist scientists addressing nearly every issue in the Creation/evolution debate
  • Discovery Institute—The Discovery Institute is a recognized leader in the push for intelligent design, a growing challenge to the evolutionary worldview, but one that does not identify the Creator or use Scripture
  • Noah's Ark Q&A—Noah's Ark: Q&A
  • Institute for Creation Research—More Creation science resources and research results; sign up for email devotions with a Creation theme

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