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|Howard Hughes Medical Institute|
Includes biological science educational resources such as publications, videos, virtual labs, biological animation console, laboratory safety training, and biomedical research news. Features a section on biology for kids.
|National Center for Biotechnology Information|
A NIH sponsored repository of biotechnology information and online bioinformatics tools.
|PubMed Central (PMC)|
A free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature from the NIH. All journals in PMC provide free access to full text.
|Shape of Life, The|
Web site of an eight-part PBS series. Includes episode overview, biorgaphies of scientists, animal phyla, images, activities and resources, and a glossary.
Includes annotated links to news and life science Web sites, a nomenclatural glossary for zoology, a zoological thesaurus, a forum for biologists and scientists to discuss findings.
Provides definition and examples of common biology terms, including molecular biology, cell biology, anatomy and physiology, genetics, ecology and more.
Offers sets, tutorials, and activities for introductory biology topics.
|Descriptive and Surgical Anatomy|
Anatomical information about main bones of human body. Covers main parts of the body including skull, spine, thorax, pelvis, hand, foot, upper and lower extremities.
|Desmids in the Netherlands|
A study of desmids, or clear water green algae. Includes photographs, information on various types, reproduction, a map, field notes, literature references, links, and news. In English and Dutch.
Solves the problem of full-text document access in life science research. Instead of search results linking to papers, the search results ARE the papers.
|Tree of Life Web Project|
A collaborative effort on biodiversity by biologists world wide. Displays scientific information as a tree with branches for animal and organism lineages. Includes a wealth of links to related sources.