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Test Your Knowledge of Photosynthesis

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Did you know that plants are not the only organisms capable of photosynthesis? Test your knowledge of photosynthesis. Take the Photosynthesis Quiz!



What Are Angiosperms?

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Angiosperms, or flowering plants, are the most numerous of all the divisions in the Plant Kingdom.



A Guide to How Genetics Works

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Find resources that help explain the basics in this study of heredity or inheritance -- how traits are passed from parents to their young.



Using the 3 Domain System to Classify Organisms

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

The Three Domain System is a system for classifying biological organisms. Under this system, organisms are classified into three domains and six kingdoms.



Test Your Knowledge of Mitosis

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Mitosis is the cell division process by which organisms grow. Take this Mitosis Quiz and find out how much you know about mitotic cell division.



Test Your Knowledge of the Body's Organs

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

The organ systems of the body work as one unit to keep the body functioning properly. Test your knowledge of body systems. Take the Organ Systems Quiz!



Why Is DNA Twisted?

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

The structure of DNA is that of a double helix. Similar to a spiral staircase, DNA is twisted and coiled so that it can be packed into our cells.



Biology Prefixes and Suffixes: -stasis

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Biology prefixes and suffixes help us to understand biology terms. The suffix (-stasis) refers to having a state of stability or equilibrium.



Plant Leaves and Leaf Anatomy

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Leaves are the sites of photosynthesis in plants. They come in various shapes and are vital for food production and the cycle of carbon and oxygen.



Sweet Learning: Make a DNA Model Using Candy

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Constructing DNA models is an excellent way to learn about the structure of DNA. Discover a fun way to make a DNA model using candy.



Gyri and Sulci of the Brain

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Gyri and sulci are folds and depressions in the brain that give the brain its wrinkled appearance. They divide the brain into hemispheres and lobes.



Human Anatomy Quiz

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z




Gene Theory - Basic Principle in Biology

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

The Gene Theory is one of the basic principles of biology. The main concept of this theory is that traits are passed from parents to offspring through gene transmission.



What Is the Function Of Cranial Nerves?

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

The 12 cranial nerves arise from the brain and control a number of functions in the body. Most cranial nerves contain both motor and sensory neurons.



Meiosis Study Guide and Overview

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

This meiosis study guide introduces you to the basics of meiosis and the meiotic process. Sex cells are produced through this two stage process.



What Are the 6 Kingdoms of Life?

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Living organisms are classified into one of six Kingdoms of life. They are placed into these categories based on common characteristics.



What Do You Know About Cellular Respiration?...

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Cellular respiration provides the energy needed to power cells. Find out how much you know about this process by taking the Cellular Respiration Quiz.



Cancer Fighting Immune Cells

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

T cells are white blood cells that actively destroy germs and signal other immune cells to participate in the immune response. T cells protect the body against cancerous cells and virus-infected cells.



7 Things You Should Know About Viruses

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

A virus is a microscopic agent of disease that has characteristics of both life and non-life. Discover 7 interesting facts about viruses.



7 Interesting Facts About Fungi

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Did you know that some fungi can glow in the dark? Other types of fungi have even been used to cure disease. Explore seven interesting facts about fungi.



What Is a Daughter Chromosome?

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

A daughter chromosome is a chromosome that results from the separation of sister chromatids during cell division.



What Makes the Sound of Your Heartbeat?

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Heart valves ensure that blood flows only in one direction. These thin flaps of tissue are also responsible for the sounds made as the heart beats.



Bacteriophage Life Cycle Animation

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

A bacteriophage is a virus that infects bacteria. View animations of the lytic life cycle of a bacteriophage.



What Is the Cytoskeleton?

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

The cytoskeleton is a complex network of fibers that function in cell support and movement. It shapes the cell and holds organelles in place.



Don't Look Like Your Sibs? Mendel's Law of...

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Mendel's law of independent assortment states that allele pairs separate independently during the formation of gametes.



Wernicke's Area and Language

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Wernicke's area of the brain is responsible for helping us to understand language. It is found in the temporal lobe and connected to Broca's area.



Neuroglia: Nervous Tissue Glial Cells

2017-02-25T11:01:52Z

Neuroglia are nervous tissue cells that do not conduct nerve impulses like neurons, but provide a support function for nervous system components.