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Mundos invisibles, Nuestro mundo [Online]

Mundos invisibles, Nuestro mundo [Online]

The Gray Hair Gene: Unlocking the Secrets of Gray Hair Standout Health

The Gray Hair Gene: Unlocking the Secrets of Gray Hair

The Science of Getting Old Infographic. In the cell-division process, telomeres keep DNA and RNA from becoming damaged. If you’re in your chances are you’re getting grey hair. This is due to the (Grey Hair Tips)

Human Biology: Make a model of bones and the skeletal system. Good activity for Apologia Exploring Creation. Human body lesson. #homeschool

All Things Beautiful: Human Biology: Bones and the Skeletal System. This page has a lot of awesome hands on ideas for teaching about the skeletal system

Shrinky Dinks Cell Models

Shrinky Dinks Cell Models (Got to Teach!)

Shrink Dink Cell Model Science Project - This is such a fun, hands on science kids activity!

The History of Genetics Infographic.  A lot of info packed in there to share with students, or use for a scavenger hunt assignment.

The History of Genetics Infographic. A lot of info packed in there to share with students, or use for a scavenger hunt assignment.

Cérebro e filogenia

Cérebro e filogenia

Role of Plasmids in Microbiology

There are two types of plasmid integration into a host bacteria: Non-integrating plasmids replicate as with the top instance, whereas episomes, the lower example, can integrate into the host chromosome.

Bacterial Genetics: Plasmid DNA & Conjugation Gene Transfer from the free science education website ScienceProfOnline.com

Now we are in trouble. How plasmids (the blue loops) move among bacteria.

Biology, anatomy and botany links

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When you get the flu, viruses turn your cells into tiny factories that help spread the disease. In this animation, NPR's Robert Krulwich and medical animator David Bolinsky explain how a flu virus can trick

Backyard Science: Tallying Local Species to Learn About Diversity  -The Learning Network/New York Times lesson plans

Backyard Science: Tallying Local Species to Learn About Diversity

Oecophora bractella, left, a moth native to ancient forests in Europe, was first seen alive in North America on Carol Kaesuk Yoon's living room window. A clutch of house sparrow eggs were found abandoned in her birdhouse.

What happens when your DNA is damaged? - Monica Menesini | TED-Ed

The DNA in just one of your cells gets damaged tens of thousands of times per day. Because DNA provides the blueprint for the proteins your cells need to

There's a fundamental mystery at the core of our evolution. No, it's not how we went from fuzzy shrews to humans -- it's how bacteria made the jump from single-celled existence to something more complex. The weird part is that evolutionary jump only happened once.

The most important moment in the evolution of life

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