Biology

  • An Introduction to Taxonomy - The Kingdoms and Domains Of Life
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    An Introduction to Taxonomy - The Kingdoms and Domains Of Life

    by JanieceTobey2 years ago

    Taxonomy is how we classify living things into groups. This biology page explores the classification levels of Domains, Kingdoms, and Phyla. Many colorful illustrations and you-tubes are included.

  • 3D Animal Cell Cakes
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    3D Animal Cell Cakes

    by wildsimplicity17 months ago

    Step-by-step instructions for baking a delicious, scientifically accurate animal cell cake.

  • The Importance of Biology
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    The Importance of Biology

    by Melanie Shebel7 days ago

    Learn why biology is important, how it relates to daily life, and the effect biology has in modern medicine. Get a feel for life science by exploring the various fields of biology.

  • Closed Motor Skills vs Open Motor Skills
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    Closed Motor Skills vs Open Motor Skills

    by CCahill4 years ago

    An Open Motor skill is a skill which is performed in an unstable environment, where the start point is determined by the environment. In other words, the performer of the skill is NOT the one who choses when the skill...

  • Evolution and the Beginnings of Life On Earth
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    Evolution and the Beginnings of Life On Earth

    by JanieceTobey23 months ago

    How did life on earth begin? How did it evolve over time? What were the first organisms like? The primordial soup model and the bubble model will be discussed.

  • Genetics: Labs, Videos, and Information For High School Students
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    Genetics: Labs, Videos, and Information For High School Students

    by JanieceTobey2 years ago

    Learn about DNA, Gregory Mendel, punnett squares, genetics, alternation of generations, and meiosis through colorful images, videos, and text. This is one in a series of biology articles.

  • Animals that Glow : The Science of Bioluminescence
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    Animals that Glow : The Science of Bioluminescence

    by Mohan Kumar2 years ago

    In the olden days it was called cold-fire. When walking through the forest, our ancestors discovered glowing mushrooms on rotting wood. They called it ‘fox-fire’. They were fascinated by the fairy...

  • What are the Three Types of Skeletons?
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    What are the Three Types of Skeletons?

    by ScienceFairLady21 months ago

    The study of skeletons is the part of most biology classes. If you are working on an anatomy or biology science fair project then you need to learn more about skeletons.

  • Earthworms, Christmas Tree Worms, Leeches,  and Other Annelids
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    Earthworms, Christmas Tree Worms, Leeches, and Other Annelids

    by JanieceTobey2 years ago

    Earthworms, Leeches, and the beautiful Christmas tree worms are all in the phylum Annelida. This article talks about the characteristics of annelids, and provides colorful photos, videos, and info.

  • 7 Abiotic Factors
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    7 Abiotic Factors

    by DK4 years ago

    Tthere are two types of components that make up an ecosystem's characteristics: abiotic and biotic. Biotic components are made up of living factors. Abiotic components are made up of abiotic factors - which this hub...

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