1. The science of
life and of living organisms, including their structure,
function, growth, origin, evolution, and distribution.
It includes botany and zoology and all their subdivisions.
2. The life processes
or characteristic phenomena of a group or category of
living organisms: the biology of viruses.
3. The plant and animal
life of a specific area or region.
Bruch's Biology Lab Safety Tutorial
Project The,Univ Of Arizona's - Online interactive resource
for learning biology developed at The University of Arizona.
Links - Virtual Skeleton: 3-dimensional human osteology.
- Cells Alive!
- A tour of human immune cells, bacteria and protozoa:
their life, death and interaction. English, Franais,
Deutsch, Italiano, Portugus or Espaol.
- Cell-Tissue-Body Explorer
- Interactive animated atlas.
- Cosmos4Kids.com - Explore the universe, galaxies, systems, the Solar System, space exploration, and missions.
- Cool Science
For Curious Kids - The Howard Hughes Medical Institute
invites curious kids to explore biology... on screen,
off screen, and in between.
Pty Ltd - A study of Cytographics.
- Dennis Kunkel
Microscopy, Inc. - The Image Gallery Contains Hundreds
of Micrographs of Scientific, Biological and Medical Subjects
Photographed With Light and Electron Microscopes.
Linus Pauling and the Race for DNA: A Documentary
History - Special Collections - Oregon State University.
Fingerprinting - Gene Almanac.
- Dragonfly - The Dragonfly Web Pages are for investigators of all
- eNature.com -
Online nature and wildlife resource, Audubon Guides to
plants and animals, 4000 color photographs, nature discussions.
- e-Skeletons Project,
The - Website enables you to view the bones of a human,
gorilla, and baboon and gather information about them
from our osteology database.
- Forest Service
Continuing Education - Continuing Education for Natural
Resource professionals sponsored by the Forest Service
Wildlife, Fish, and Rare Plants.
Hominids - The Evidence for Human Evolution.
- Genetic Science
Learning Center - An educational resource that explains
how genetics relates to our lives and society.
Plant Escape - The Great Plant Escape is an elementary
plant science program for 4th and 5th grade students.
- Got Lungs? - Lung Association of
BioInteractive - Virtual labs, museums, and animations.
- Howard Hughes Medical
Institute - Biomedical Research & Science Education..
- Human Anatomy Online
- Anatomy for Kids - nnerBody.com
Can Do That - Let Gene, Polly, and more characters
take you on a tour of DNA, RNA, proteins, cells, and cloning.
Lots of fun!
- Kids' Habitat
- Introduces kids to the wonders of natural history and
science. San Diego Natural History Museum.