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