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Your Textbook - a must use resource for this course!
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Bozeman Biology Channel - Great Videos keyed to chapters in your book - consider it an on-line tutor for every topic that we cover...he's great!
Crash Course Biology Channel - Funny videos on lots of different Bio topics by Hank Green - There's also a Crash Course for History as well
College Board- Info about AP Exam and SAT E/M Exam (Where you can register for the SAT Biology E/M exam in the Spring)
Biology II Links - links for genetics, evolution, ecology, recombinant DNA and more!!!!
http://www.cpet.ufl.edu/dna/ - great flash and shockwave files containing lots of biotech stuff, DNA, protein synthesis, gel electrophoresis, even evolution, photo & respiration!!!
- Search Engines for Projects
www.middlespot.com - lets you save your searches for different topics
www.delicious.com - create your own bookmarking tool
http://delicious.com/wolfej - visit my delicious bookmarks
- Links to Specific Topics
Genetics and Evolution
DNA & GENOMICS:
Lac Operon Movie
Lac-Operon (Click on "Animation")
Trp-Operon (Click on "Animation")
Gene Expression in Eukaryotes Activity
CELL PARTS AND FUNCTIONS:
Cell Alive Interactive Cell - a super site with lots of great info!
The Virtual Cell - The Virtual Cell is an online Cell Biology textbook. It provides students with an interactive journey through the cell.
The Cell and Its Organelles - Play the Incredible Megacell Game.
Animal Cell Interactive - Explore an animal cell.
Cell Structure and Functions - Learn more about the organelles in plant and animal cells.
Animal Cells - The schematic represents an idealized animal cell, e.g., a liver cell. The columns to the left and right of the labels contain links to discussions of the particular structures.
Cells and Organelles - An overview of plant and animal cells.
Drag and Drop Cell Organelles - Test your knowledge of the cell by matching each structure with it's function by dragging the organelles to their proper spaces.
Endosymbiont Theory - description of how eukaryotic cells evolved from prokaryotic cells.
http://plantsinmotion.bio.indiana.edu/plantmotion/starthere.html - tropisms, circadian rhythms, etc.
Pinnacle Internet Viewer - where you or your parents can see your current grade for AP Bio! Note: site will be closed for 1st 3 weeks of each marking period.
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