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Below is a list of links to some excellent biology resources on the Internet. Many of these sites have special attractions, including image databases and interactive features, which you may find very useful and fun. Enjoy!
CELLS alive! - CELLS alive! is a great site for images of unicellular life. It also has excellent discussions of several specific topics dealing with cells, and it treats them in a witty and easy-to-read manner.
BIODIDAC - BIODIDAC is a comprehensive database of images, including microscope photos, sketches, and movies, for all types of organisms. The site arranges the images based on an organism's phylum, so it's easy to find any image you would like.
Nanoworld - Run by the Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis at The University of Queensland, Nanoworld includes information about sophisticated microscopes and a large image database. It includes pictures of cells, organelles, hair, insects, and more.
Virtual Cell - The Virtual Cell is an interactive tour of a plant cell which allows you to view many organelles from different angles. The images are well drawn, and most of them have actual microscope images coupled with them. Have fun exploring!
Biology Hypertextbook - The Biology Hypertextbook is a resource with information on everything you would find in a biology textbook. Images accompany most of the topics which are discussed.
Dictionary of Cell Biology - The Dictionary of Cell Biology is a massive compilation of definitions of every major biology term, and every minor one too!
Virtual Frog Dissection Kit - This site allows you to virtually dissect a frog. You can select what organs you want to view, get information on the organs, and learn about the many parts of a frog's anatomy. [an error occurred while processing this directive]