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Interactive Biology, By Leslie Samuel

Interactive Biology, By Leslie Samuel | Biology | Scoop.it

Making Biology Fun, and keeping it interactive!

 

For biology learners, Interactive Biology could be a good review aid. The videos won't replace learning environment instruction, but they could definitely make a nice supplement to course notes and outlines posted online (VLEs etc).

 

Interactive Biology is a website offering..
     - a series of videos, quizzes, and study guides for biology students.
     - good free resources along with study guides for sale.


One resource I found on Interactive Biology was the Interactive Biology YouTube channel. There are ten multiple choice quizzes based on information in the videos and study guides. Each quiz offers immediate feedback and provides a hint if users get a question wrong and want to try it again.


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An interesting biology resource website that combines interactivity with fun. Offers quizzes that provide instant feedback and videos that are engaging and informative.

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Interactive Biology resources for High School classes

Interactive Biology resources for High School classes | Biology | Scoop.it
Boardworks High School Biology contains a wealth of high quality, ready-prepared resources for your interactive whiteboard that are mapped to state learning standards.

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An interactive website for high school students to learn biology, this is visually pleasing and content is very informative and easy to read

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More Than Half Of Ground Turkey Contaminated With Fecal Bacteria, Says Study

More Than Half Of Ground Turkey Contaminated With Fecal Bacteria, Says Study | Biology | Scoop.it
More than half of ground turkey samples are contaminated with fecal bacteria, according to a new study from Consumer Reports.
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1) Which two main bacteria are most prominent in ground turkey shown in the news article?

2) Looking at the graph, which has higher antiobiotics resisted between the Conventional Turkey and Antibiotic-Free Turkey and give reasoning as to why.

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