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Photosynthesis

This multipart animation series explores the process of photosynthesis and the structures that carry it out.

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Cell Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
Animations
High School — General
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College
How Termites Enrich Ecosystems

This animation shows how termite mounds can increase the productivity of African savanna ecosystems.

Anatomy & Physiology
Ecology
Animations
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High School — AP/IB
College
How We Get Our Skin Color

This animation describes how skin color is generated by skin cells as protection against ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

Cell Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
Animations
High School — General
High School — AP/IB
College
Development of the Cerebral Cortex

This animation shows how a region of the brain called the cerebral cortex develops in a human fetus.

Anatomy & Physiology
Animations
College
Reproductive Isolation and Speciation in Lizards

This animation shows how a single species can give rise to many different species with distinct traits, using anole lizards as an example.

Anatomy & Physiology
Evolution
Animations
High School — General
High School — AP/IB
College
Malaria: Mosquito Host

This animation shows how the malaria parasite reproduces and matures inside a mosquito.

Microbiology
Anatomy & Physiology
Animations
High School — General
High School — AP/IB
College
Lactose Digestion in Infants

This animation shows how human infants can digest milk using the enzyme lactase.

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
Animations
High School — General
High School — AP/IB
College
Calcium Channel Blockers and Paralysis

This animation shows how the drug Prialt suppresses signals from the nervous system, which can paralyze certain organisms.

Cell Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
Animations
High School — AP/IB
College
Cone Snail Toxins and Paralysis

This animation shows how cone snail toxins cause paralysis by blocking signal transmission at the synapse between neuron and muscle.

Cell Biology
Anatomy & Physiology
Animations
High School — AP/IB
College