and Ecology - BrainPop -- Another
amazing set of movie/activity extravaganzas from Brainpop! See flash movies
about Water, The Water Cycle, The Tropical Rainforest, Deserts, Tundra,
The Food Chain, and Autumn Leaves, and participate in related online experiments
Ecosystems, Biomes, and Habitats -- From
the Franklin Institute site: "Ecosystems vary in size. They can be as
small as a puddle or as large as the Earth itself. Any group of living
and nonliving things interacting with each other can be considered as
an ecosystem." Learn much more about this topic at this site - including
several links to other sites on related topics!
of the World -- Learn
about Rainforest, Tundra, Taiga, Desert, Grassland and Temperate biomes!
- Kapili.com -- More
great lessons from Kapili.com - including: Ecology, Aquatic Biomes, Land
Biomes, Ecosystems, Cycles, Populations, Food Chain, Biosphere, Global
Geometry, Soils Erosion, Weathering
Online -- From
the site: "Browse the world's animal life continent by continent by clicking
on 'Map'. To discover in depth information on the habitat, history and
general background of remarkable creatures and environments, click 'Case
- BrainPop -- Another
amazing movie/activity extravaganza from Brainpop! See flash movies about
Photosynthesis, and participate in related online experiments and activities!
online tyextbook on photosynthesis. Covers the following topics: The Physics
of Light and the Photosystem, The Light Reactions, The Dark Reactions,
Alternate Modes of Photosynthesis
Overview -- Beautifully
illustrated site covering the following topics: The Nature of Light, Chlorophyll
and Accessory Pigments, The structure of the chloroplast and photosynthetic
membranes, Stages of Photosynthesis, The Light Reactions, Dark Reaction,
C-4 Pathway, The Carbon Cycle
Photosynthesis -- From
the ThinkQuest site: "Photo - like with cameras...i.e. light (the
sun) Synthesis - to make. So from the name - its all about using light
to help make something. Yes, but its a bit more complicated than that.
Photosynthesis is a process used by all green plants(we'll mainly be looking
at plants) and some bacteria to produce food to use as energy. Its a chemical
process..." Learn much more about this topic at this site!