Questions? Consult Your Syllabus
The syllabus highlights the materials needed for Biology, class expectations, the grading scale, late work policies and topics that will be covered throughout the semester.
Use Your Book!
Your textbook is an excellent resource for questions you may have! Currently, I am trying to make your textbook available online so you do not have to bring your book home with you...however, I am running into some diffculty locating all the necessary numbers. In the meantime, please visit the website designed to compliment your book www.biologygmh.com for other study aids and fun activities.
View PowerPoints at Home
Visit http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=428D5727-43AB-4F24-90B7-A94784AF71A4&displaylang=en to download PowerPoint ciewer so you can have access to powerpoints posted here at home.
Reliable Web Sources
Macromolecules Tutorial - Click HERE
CELL ORGANELLE LINKS:
Use these links to help you complete your "Biological Macromolecules and their Roles in the Cell" worksheet:
Kingdom Animalia Notes:
Ms. Thulien is Quite Possibly the Coolest Person I've Ever Known
This is for all you bio kids out there would wanted to check to see if the article cited below really does exist:
Thulien, J. (2009, October 24). Ms. Thulien is quite possibly the coolest person I’ve ever known. Retrieved November 11, 2009, from Saint Peter High School website: http://www.stpeterschools.org/middle-high/departments/academic/subdept/science/jthulien/biology-10/37e2ab096060f1dd50e5f6c66c3a2705.htm
Unfortunately for me, it doesn't - but I made you look! Mu-ha-ha-ha!
Mitosis and Cancer Links:
Onion Root Tip Mitosis - microscope view: works best if you zoom in to at least 150%
GENETIC ENGINEERING INFO:
Insulin Animation Click Here
Second Helpful Animation Click Here
Other Helpful Website Click Here
Pharming Website Click Here
Natural Selection Tutorial - Click Here