Websites for Living Environment Topics

BBC presents Human Evolution
Check out this interactive site by the BBC Online about human evolution.

Build a DNA molecule
You've heard about the DNA code letters AGCT, but how do they comprise a DNA molecule? Find out by building one yourself.

Cells ALIVE!
This is a highly visual site, where you'll find movies and animated illustrations on cell processes, parasites, penicillin and more.

FREE resources for teachers and students
Podcasts, videos, DVDs....free. The Howard Hughes Medical Resources' Biointeractive website has great stuff for anyone interested in the life sciences. Check it out....did I mention that they have free stuff?

Human Anatomy
Welcome to inner exploration of Human Anatomy. Each topic has animations, 100s of graphics, and thousands of descriptive links.

Human Muscular System
The Master Muscle List represents a quick and easy reference for accessing information on the origin, insertion, nerve supply, and action of a given muscle. Selecting an individual muscle, listed alphabetically or by anatomical region, will display an illustration of that muscle along with related functional information.

Inside a Cell
Take a virtual tour inside a cell and get detailed descriptions of the parts of a cell.

Living Environment animations
From the Library of Crop Technology (en ingles y espanol)

PBS presents Evolution
Join PBS on a journey into where we're from and where we're going.

Tour the Basics of Heredity
A little confused about all the talk about genes? Start here to take Tour of the Basics! En espanol tambien!