|Charles Darwin's Tree of Life Animation||
A wonderful animation of evolution - the tree of life - narrated by Sir David Attenborough. It shows how microscopic cells (the "seeds of life") evolved to become insects, fish, reptiles, dinosaurs, birds and mammals.
|How DNA Copies Itself||
We are now able to see how DNA is copied in living cells using computer animations based on the latest research. The DNA copying process is extremely accurate, and biochemical systems have evolved to fix any mistakes.
|Evolution vs. Creationism: Listen to the Scientists||
Speakers / professors from Brown University, U.C. Berkeley, U.C. Irvine, U.C. Santa Cruz, California State University, University of Southern California and South Eastern Lousiana University
|Ken Miller on Intelligent Design||
A lecture on Intelligent Design by Cell Biologist Ken Miller at Case Western University.
This video explains evolution and addresses common misconceptions, using clear examples and illustrations.
Charles Darwin formulated the Origin of Species by Natural Selection, but what is Natural Selection and how does it work? Find out!
|Specialized Receptors Eyes and Ears||
This is the sixth and final installment in a series of screencasts created and narrated by Debbie Richards of Bryan, TX. This lesson details how the eyes and ears function as specialize
|AP Biology: Nervous System Interaction with the Muscular System||
This is the fifth in a series of screencasts created and narrated by Debbie Richards of Bryan, TX. This lesson details the coordination of the nervous system with the muscular system.&n
|AP Biology: Central Nervous System and the Brain||
This is the fourth in a series of screencasts created and narrated by Debbie Richards of Bryan, TX. This lesson focuses on "command central" of the nervous system and explains how the b
|AP Biology: What Happens at a Synapse?||
This is the third in a series of screencasts created and narrated by Debbie Richards of Bryan, TX. This lesson is aptly named and details exactly what happens at a synapse which is emph