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Virtual Cell Biology
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You have free access to a large collection of materials used in a college-level introductory Cell Biology Course. The Virtual Cell Biology Classroom provides a wide range of free educational resources including Power Point Lectures, Study Guides, Review Questions and Practice Test Questions.
Endomembrane System of a Eukaryotic Cell, Mariana Ruiz
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Iodine Mordant Step of Gram Stain Procedure
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1.Bat house mounted on oak tree; 2. Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly on Purple Cone Flower; 3. Cicada exoskeletons; 4. Female English Bulldog; 5. Koi in pond
1.Catecholase experiment: apple with lemon juice on left, apple without on right; 2. Carbohydrates: jelly beans and sugar; 3. Bromelain experiment: Jell-O with canned pineapple, left (solid) & fresh pineapple, right (liquid).
1.Blue eyes, a recessive trait; 2. Curved little finger, a dominant trait; 3. Free earlobe, a dominant trait; 4. Ability to roll tongue, a dominant trait; 5. Folding hands with left thumb on top, a dominant trait.
1.Blood agar showing beta-hemolysis from Streptococcus pyogenes growth; 2. Safranin stain, last step of Gram-staining procedure; 3: M. smeg written in Mycobacteria smegmatis & growing on TSY agar; 4. Zones of inhibition from antibiotic discs on plate swabbed with liquid bacterial sample; 5. Compound light microscope.
1.Coleus leaf, example of a dicot; 2. Hawaiian torch ginger flower; 3. Star moss Tortula ruralis; 4. Red oak (Quercus rubra) bark; 5. Super cool looking tree. Anyone know what this is?
1.Autoclave; 2. Microincinerator; 3. Disposable pipette; 4. Compound light microscope; 5. Inoculation wand on Petri dish of TSY agar.
1.Compost bin; 2. Genetics PowerPoint slide printout; 3. Scantron exam form; 4. Yogurt​; 5. Girl sneezing
Miscellaneous Science Photos (Click on image to enlarge.)
1. Cat dissection, ventral surface; 2. Cat dissection,ventral superficial muscles; 3.Cat dissection, dorsal surface; 4. Trans plane anatomical position, 5. Anatomical position
Virtual Microbiology
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You have free access to a large collection of materials used in a college-level introductory microbiology course. The Virtual Microbiology Classroom provides a wide range of free educational resources including PowerPoint Lectures, Study Guides, Review Questions and Practice Test Questions.

Ermahgerd Microbiology Science
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Animal Photos (Click on image to enlarge. See more)
Chemistry Photos  (Click on image to enlarge.)
Genetics Photos (Click on image to enlarge. See more)
Microbiology Photos (Click on image to enlarge. See more)
Plants & Fungi Photos (Click on image to enlarge. See more)
Scientific Equipment Photos (Click on image to enlarge. See more)
Earth Science Photos (Click on image to enlarge.)
1.Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone; 2. Braided River (Denali National Park) 3. Palisade Falls with basalt columns, Montana; 4.Castle Geyser, Yellowstone NP; 5. 45th Parallel, Montana
General Biology Microscopic Specimen Photos (Click to enlarge. See more)
1.Letter "e" @ 100xTM; 2. Stained cheek epithelial cells @ 400xTM; 3. Elodea plant cells @ 100xTM; 4. Onion epidermis plant cells @ 400xTM; 5. Elodea plant cells @ 400xTM.
Page last updated: 5/2014
Eukaryotic Cells and Microbe Photos (Click on image to enlarge. See more)
1.Trichinella spirallis in muscle tissue @100xTM; 2. Pumpkin stem 40xTM; 3. Formaifera @100xTM; 4. Obelia sp. @40xTM; 5. Deer tick Ixodes dommini nymph @40xTM.

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Fluoresced Eukaryotic Cells, US Gov, NIH
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BULLFROG METAMORPHOSIS
We are raising tadpoles and documenting their metamorphosis into adult frogs! Click here to take a look!

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