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2nd Window ABE 2062 Biology for Engineers
[University of Florida] This course covers the principles and engineering applications of biology, bbiochemistry, genetics, microbial systems, animal systems, ecologicalsystems, and global systems.
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2nd Window Ag Biosafety
[Agriculture & Biotechnology Strategies Inc. and Univ. of Nebraska] Web site featuring lesson plans for teachers; basic biotechnology information for consumers; summaries of various biotechnology issues, such as allergenicity, safety, monarch butterflies, and etc.; a frequently asked questions section; and a comprehensive database of research and safety information on all genetically engineered crops currently on the market in North America.
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2nd Window Agricultural Biotechnology Across the Curriculum
[Texas A&M Univ.] A web site to assist secondary Agriscience teachers with the incorporation of Agricultural Biotechnology into their curriculum.
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2nd Window Algorithms for Microbiology
[Tel Aviv Univ.] This online graduate course contains links to the lecture notes, course outline, and assignments.
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2nd Window Algorithms in Molecular Biology
[Univ. of Washington] A course covering the statistical models used in sequence comparison, phylogeny determination and structure prediction.
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2nd Window Applied Microbial Biotechnology/Advanced/Applied Microbial Biotechnology
[University of Florida] (ABE 4660/6663) Principles of microbial biotechnology with emphasis on the application ofmicroorganisms for industrial processes
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2nd Window Basic Human Anatomy
[Indiana U.] A compilation of lecture notes taken from an anatomy class that includes information on bones, tissues, organ systems, and more.
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2nd Window BE561 – Protein and DNA Sequence Analysis
[Boston Univ.] A site with slides and text for an introductory bioinformatics course.
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2nd Window BIO 181
[Michael Farabee] (Estrella Mountain Community College) An entire online course dealing with introductory biology.
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2nd Window Bio I Virtual Lab Book
[Sidwell Friends School] A lab book compiled on the web by students in a first year Biology course.
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2nd Window Biochem 508
[Univ. of Virginia] An online course covering the topics of computer analysis of DNA and protein sequences, and the algorithms used in the analysis.
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2nd Window Biochem and Molecular Modeling Tutorials
[University of Southern Maine] (Gale Rhodes) Tutorials for molecular modeling techniques and resources for readers of “Crystallography Made Crystal Clear.” The site also contains materials for chemistry and biochemistry courses.
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2nd Window BioComputing Hypertext Coursebook
[Virtual School of Natural Sciences] A textbook designed for teaching biologists, computer scientists, students, and researchers the computational aspects of biotechnology.
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2nd Window BioComputing Hypertext Coursebook
[University of Bielefeld] Set of tutorials developed for biocomputing courses for biologists, computer scientists, students, and teachers.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics
[The Southwest Biotechnology and Informatics Center] Many detailed PowerPoint presentations suitable for introductory upper division or graduate courses in bioinformatics. The presentations are organized for lecture or reference, with an index describing their use. The course materials emphasize bioinformatics applied to DNA and protein sequences and protein structures.
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2nd Window Biological Database Analysis
[Boston Univ.] A site with slides and text covering the basic concepts of Biological Database construction and analysis.
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2nd Window Biology Hypertextbook
[MIT] An online textbook for use in learning and teaching biology and basic molecular biology.
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2nd Window Biology Links
[Harvard University] An extensive list of Biology related resource sites. Categories include biological databases, software, Biotechnology, and Biology disciplines.
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2nd Window The Biology of Infection and Immunity
[Univ. of Western Ontario] A complete course on the biology of selected pathogens and the diseases they cause.
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2nd Window The Biology Project
[Univ. of Arizona] This site is “an online interactive resource for learning biology”. In addition to a guided tour, it covers the following categories: Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Chemicals and Human Health, Developmental Biology, Human Biology, Immunology, Mendelian Genetics, and Molecular Biology.
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2nd Window BioPharmaceutical Tecnology Center Institute
[Promega Corporation and Ophidian Pharmaceuticals, Inc.] (BTCI) A non-profit organization which facilitates science, technology, nature discovery, and arts programs for children and young adults. BTCI also offers training in biotechnology and biopharmaceutical manufacturing, promotes the exchange of information between industry, educators, and the general public.
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2nd Window Biophysics Textbook On-Line
[Univ. Minnesota] A free online resource covering the various subspecialities of biophysics written by experts in each subspeciality. New information is added on a regular basis.
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2nd Window Cell Biology Laboratory Manual
[Gustavus Adolphus College] An assortment of cell biology laboratory techniques and procedures for the undergraduate level.
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2nd Window Chem 381
[Univ. of Missouri] This site covers the basics of polymer science with a hyper-textbook consisting of 35 different chapters.
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2nd Window Chemmybear
A site with a list of chemistry related resources and links for students and educators. Information includes tutorials, experiments, study guides, and information on the periodic elements of your choice.
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2nd Window Computational Biology
[Univ. of Washington] A course that covers strategies and algorithms used to analyze genetic sequences, phylogeny, and structure prediction.
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2nd Window Computational Molecular Biology
[Stanford Univ.] A practical, hands on class for molecular biologists and computer scientists covering the major issues concerning representation and analysis of biological sequences and structure.?Some topics covered are: accessing molecular databases, patternsearch, classification of sequence and structure, alignment of sequences, rapid similarity searching, phylogenies, automated pattern learning, representing protein structure, modeling protein structure by homology, protein-protein docking and protein-ligand docking.
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2nd Window Computational Molecular Biology
[Washington Univ. at St. Louis] Topics covered include sequence alignment algorithms, multiple sequence alignment, RNA structure prediction, motif and pattern searches, and phylogenetic inference.
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2nd Window Course BS335: Virology
[Leicester University] This page is designed to be an on-line addition to the university’s virology course.
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2nd Window Courses in Biological Sciences
[Carnegie Mellon Univ.] A current list of biology courses offered and links to their web sites.
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2nd Window Crystallography 101
[Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory] This is an on-line introductory course by Bernhard Rupp (very rich in content).
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2nd Window CSI 739 Topics in Bioinformatics: Multidimensional Genome Analysis
[George Mason Univ.] This course will focus on the analysis of gene expression data. Particular topics include: cluster analysis and visualization of expression data, inference of genetic regulatory networks, and theoretical models of genetic networks.
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2nd Window Developmental Biology Online
[Univ. of Guelph] Online supplemental learning material for Developmental Biology.
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2nd Window An Electronic Introduction to Molecular Virology
[Univ. of Cape Town] This tutorial covers the history, classifications, definitions, and current events of viruses.
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2nd Window Explore Science
[Oak Ridge Natl. Lab] A variety of online Science related simulations, including a mouse genetics simulator.
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2nd Window Fast Plants
[Univ.of Wisconsin-Madison] Information about Fast Plants for laboratory and classroom use. Fast Plants are a rapid-cycling form of the species Brassica rapa. Characteristics of Fast Plants include rapid growth (seed to seed in 35-40 days), uniform flowering size, no seed dormancy period, and rapid response to environmental conditions.
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2nd Window Genetics Education Center
[Univ. of Kansas Medical Center] A site with links for educators focusing on human genetics.
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2nd Window Genetics Protocols
[Genome Sequencing Center] A large list of protocols relating to genetics are found in the table of contents.
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2nd Window Genome Analyis: A Laboratory Manual, Chapter 7
[NCBI] A primer on genome analysis using internet based tools. This chapter is titled “Computational Analysis of DNA and Protein Sequences.”
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2nd Window Human Genome Mapping Project Course Notes
[UK HGMP Resource Centre] Online notes associated with some of the training courses provided at the center.
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2nd Window Introduction to Bioinformatics
[The San Diego Supercomputer Center] This the home page for the BIMM 140 (lecture) and BIMM 141 (computer laboratory) basic bioinformatics courses.
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