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Professional Biology Organizations
Teaching and Learning Websites
Biology Project: University of Arizona
Interactive tutorials geared for undergraduate biology education.
Created by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), BEN is a gateway to online biological educational resources.
Cell Biology: University of Arizona
Tutorials and interactive quizzes covering cells, mitosis, meiosis, the cell cycle, & viruses.
DNA from the Beginning
Animation, image gallery, video interviews, biographies, and links.
This interactive site allows participants to learn about skeletal anatomy.
Open-access free videos.
Khan Academy: Biology
Supplemental or review materials. Covers fundamental topics needed for college biology courses.
Master Muscle List: Loyola
Explains muscles of the human body showing origin, insertion, action and nerves connected to the muscle.
OpenCourseWare - Biology: MIT
Free and open educational resources.
Sumanas Biological Animations and Tutorials
Key biological concepts animated and stepped tutorials, along with quizzes.
Government Documents Online
As a designated Government Depository: Davis Library receives many publications in paper that are kept on the Main Floor. Davis Library also maintains a collection of the most popular Government Documents online through RioCat. This includes law and statistical information:
Note:Computer generated citation tools may not be always correct. Be familiar with your citation manual and look for errors.
State of Ohio Funded Online Resources
Public Library or Public School Affiliation May Be Required. Contact Davis Library for More Information:
White Gyrfalcons Drawn by John James Audubon