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Evolution vs. Creationism: Listen to the Scientists

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Home Chemicals
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Interactive Concepts in Biochemistry is a nicely designed companion website to Dr. Rodney Boyer's _Concepts in Biochemistry, second edition_. Developed collaboratively by Science Technologies and others, this multimedia site is archived on the Wiley Publishers website. Site visitors will enjoy exploring the engaging and instructive collection of Interactive Animations. The collection includes Animations about DNA Replication, Signal Transduction, Photosynthesis, Cell Structure, Protein Synthesis
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Essential Science for Teachers: Life Science: Session 4. Plant Life Cycles
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Essential Science for Teachers: Life Science: Session 4. Plant Life Cycles
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Wetlands are natural recycling plants, but they are often endangered by the waste people put there. Understanding the complex processes that enable a marsh to clean water, recycle nutrients, and immobilize toxic elements will help us protect these diminishing resources. Bring the scientific research done at the the Advanced Light Source into your classroom using this complete teaching module.
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Bend, Twist and Break: Breaking Glass
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