The Cell Cycle, Mitosis and Meiosis Resources

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Online Tutorial on Mitosis and the Cell Cycle

A detailed online tutorial on mitosis and the cell cycle, including brief QuickTime and Flash videos of mitosis plus a self-assessment quiz, from the Biology Project at the University of Arizona.


Resource: The Biology Project: mitosis and the cell cycle
Software: QuickTime and Flash
Approach: Interactive tutorial

Step Through Animation of Mitosis

A step-through Java animation of mitosis with full commentary from Molecular Expressions.


Resource: Molecular Expressions: mitosis
Approach: Animation

GENIE Meiosis and Genetic Diversity Tutorialgenielogo.png

A GENIE card-based tutorial that demonstrates the role of meiosis in the generation of genetic diversity.


Resource: GENIE meiosis
Approach: Group work

Online Tutorial on Meiosis

A detailed online tutorial on meiosis, including brief QuickTime videos of Meiosis I and Meiosis II plus a self-assessment quiz, from the Biology Project at the University of Arizona.


Resource: The Biology Project: meiosis
Software: QuickTime and Flash
Approach: Interactive tutorial

Online Tutorial on Meiosis

An online tutorial on meiosis containing links to supporting material from Kimball's Biology Pages.


Resource: Kimball's Biology Pages: meiosis
Approach: Interactive tutorial

Animations of Mitosis and Meiosis

A set of four animations from Biology by Raven et al. that outline the stages of meiosis; the unique features of meiosis; a comparison of meiosis and mitosis; the random orientation of chromosomes during meiosis.


Resource: Online Learning Center: mitosis and meiosis
Approach: Animation

Scitable

Hosted by natureEducation, this is a collaborative learning space for science undergraduates. It contains articles, topic rooms and groups, all of which are related to key topics in genetics.


Resource: Scitable
Approach: Topic material

The GENE Project

Teachers and research scientists adapting research organisms and laboratory techniques for use in the classroom to teach a wide variety of concepts and questions, Kansas State University, USA.


Resource: The GENE Project
Approach: Topic material

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