Genes, Genomes, and Bioinformatics Tutorial  
The goal of this tutorial is to strengthen your understanding of gene structure, genome organization, and how molecular biologists use computers. You will visit several internet databases containing sequence information and answer a series of questions.
Submitted: Dec 08, 2000
DNA Structure - Contents  
This tutorial is intended to supplement your biology or biochemistry textbook. It is not a complete introduction to DNA structure by itself.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
A Guide to Molecular Sequence Analysis  
This guide will introduce the reader to molecular sequence analysis. In the context of this guide, sequence analysis is the process of trying to find out something about a nucleotide or amino acid sequence, employing in silico biology techniques. You may have sequenced a gene yourself, and wish to learn what the long string of letters representing bases, actually code for. You may want to confirm that you have indeed cloned a gene successfully, or you might want to learn about a sequence of DNA that you know absolutely nothing about. You may want to know if a worm has a similar protein to a human one. These, and many other situations, require that you employ sequence analysis.
Submitted: Nov 18, 2000
Bacterial Growth  
This program is a practical simulation and tutorial illustrating the methods that are used in measuring growth in bacteria in batch culture for use in science undergraduate courses. It was developed in March 1993 using the Asymetrix Toolbook authoring package. Particular emphasis has been placed on "user friendliness" in recognition that most students will use the program and will not have time to learn a complicated package.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
BLAST tutorial  
This online tutorial is designed to help the first time BLAST user. This tutorial will teach you to input a sequence into the Basic BLAST web page, choose a program and database, and examine the results.
Submitted: Nov 18, 2000
A Mathematics Coursebook  
This prototype tutorial module, written using Asymetrix Toolbook, is designed to improve the basic understanding of elementary mathematical concepts applied to the graphical representation of numerical data. It is for use by first year biological science and medical undergraduates. The tutorial contains static text and graphics and is combined with many interactive features such as equations which rearrange themselves step by step or graphs of equations which redraw when their parameters are adjusted.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Introduction to Drosophila  
A quick and simple introduction to Drosophila melanogaster.
Submitted: Nov 25, 2000
Protein Secondary Structure  
This 10-minute introduction was prepared to accompany a lecture in Biology 100 at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA US.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Tutorials for NDB Structure Finder  
NDB Search Tutorials, DNA-Binding Protein Search Tutorials, NMR Nucleic Acids Search Tutorials, and various guides.
Submitted: Nov 18, 2000
Plant Virus Tutorial Stack  
This is a simple HyperCard stack which allows students to revisit and build upon material presented in the lecture course. 35mm slides of infected plants, some of which are also used in the lectures have been scanned and then linked to text and navigation buttons in the HyperCard stack. The material is cross indexed by means of both 'hot words' and index cards into categories of symptoms, hosts and virus groups.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
The Kidney  
This tutorial package, developed using Asymetrix Toolbook, serves as an introduction as well as revision tutorials for first year science and medical undergraduates. It introduces the students to the gross anatomy and histology of the kidney and is designed to complement ongoing lectures and practicals. The package is highly interactive with a series of MCQs and text based questions that require keyboard entry and mouse identification of structures.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000

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