Encyclopedia of life
"Imagine an electronic page for each species of organism on Earth"...
BioTech: an Interactive Educational Resource and Biotechnology Reference Tool
Has links to many sites of interest to biologists. The illustrated Dictionary will give you information on life science terms. If you seek chemical information, try the Chemical Acronyms Database. Introduction to Glycolysis is an interactive textbook supplement that will help you learn human biochemistry. Cyberbotanica, a virtual chapter in medicinal botany, describes various botanical compounds used in cancer treatment and the plants that produce them. In Science Resources, you'll find annotated lists of biomedical Web sites. Bioinformatics will introduce you to this fascinating hybrid of computer science and biology and will lead you to bioinformatics sites on the Web. Also be sure to check out BioMedLink, a mega-database of biomedical sites. Annotated links to web resources for biology and chemistry students.
Film and computer-enhanced images of living cells and organisms for education andmedical research. A wide range of subjects, including both live recording and computer animation on microbiological and immunological topics.
Kimball's Biology Pages
An online biology text book that has many wonderful reference source for biology students. Excellent for learning basics and expanding knowledge on many questions. News and background concerning the latest in biological areas. Having trouble with a biology topic, here is the place to get some fuller background.
Yahoo Biology Guide
Extensive subject list of many varied biological topics.
Internet Directory for Botany: Subject Category List
The Internet Directory of Botany is an index to botanical information available on the Internet, compiled by Anthony R. Brach (Harvard University Herbarium, Cambridge / Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis); Raino Lampinen (Botanical Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History, University of Helsinki, Finland; Shunguo Liu (SHL Systemhouse, Edmonton, Canada); and Keith McCree (Oakridge, Oregon).
Plants National Database--USDA
The PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories. It includes names, plant symbols, checklists, distributional data, species abstracts, characteristics, images, plant links, references, crop information, and automated tools.
Scott's Botanical Links
Devoted to the study of plants. This site is his effort to compile useful botany education resources for the advanced high school (AP-biology) and college level students. Internet resources vary in quality, so he has rated sites on a 4-star scale emphasizing educational value, completeness and scientific correctness. Resources are added daily. Features a "link of the day," an internet site of botanical interest, as well as an extensive listing of sites of interest. An excellent botany search engine is available on the site for locating particulars.
Internet Resource Guide for Zoology
The Resource Guide for Zoology is an indexed resource which includes: web sites of educational, scientific and academic interest in zoology and related fields; sites containing information relating to the biology of 'exotic' animals; web pages with emphasis on natural animal biology; sites showing special relevance to the fields of systematics and taxonomy (both animal and other organisms ? plants, bacteria, fungi etc.)
Human Anatomy On-Line
Each topic has animations, images, and descriptive links about the human body. Study the anatomy of the human body. It?s fun, interactive, and an ideal site for students or those who want to know more about the medical descriptions used by doctors and nurse. If you are struggling to learn anatomy--those wonderful names and functions--then this site is a must for you. It will be your teacher to educate you in language that is comfortable to understand.