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Reproduction and Genetics
Call Number: 612.6/SPI
Publication Date: 2008
Cell Division and Genetics
Call Number: 571.8/SNE
Publication Date: 2002
50 genetics ideas
Call Number: 576.5/HEN
Publication Date: 2008
Call Number: 576.5/DAY
Publication Date: 2004
Call Number: 577/BUR
Publication Date: 1994
- Sexual Reproduction
This site for senior biology students has in depth information about human reproduction, ovulation, sperm, fertilization, pregnancy and lactation.
- The Visible Embryo
Spiral representing the 23 stages occurring in the first trimester of pregnancy and every two weeks of the second and third trimesters.
- Biological Basis of Heredity
An introduction to basic cell structures related to genetic inheritance.
- A Closer Look at Chromosomes
- DNA and the Genetic Code
DNA and Genetic Code revision
- Genetic Basics
What are genes and what do they do?
A resource for the teaching and learning of genetics with topics including DNA forensics, genetic conditions, evolution, and biostatistics.
- Basic Animal Genetics
A beginner resource for understanding animal genetics, covering basic concepts, DNA and RNA, simple inheritance, probability, Mendelian ratios, chromosome mapping, extra nuclear inheritance, mutations, sex determination, bioengineering techniques and applications.
Animated simulations introduce basic concepts such as cells, DNA, gene, chromosome, protein, heredity and trait.
- Introduction to Genetics
Resource Guide from Lesmurdie Senior High School, Western Australia
- Genetics and Heredity
Resources on Genetics and Heredity from Melbourne High School.
BioNews provides news summaries of scientific, medical and legal developments and views on current ethical and social issues.
- 18 Ways to Make a Baby
The companion website to the PBS television programme 18 Ways to Make a Baby looks at all aspects of assisted reproduction, normal human fertility and ethical issues such as cloning.
- Frozen Angels
The website features an essay about the ethical ramifications of various reproductive technologies including designer babies.
- Fertility Drugs
A brief overview of the different types of fertility drugs available to address infertility and assist in human reproduction.
- Reproductive and Genetic Technologies
Resources from St Joseph's Nudgee College, Queensland
- Biotechnology and Genetic Modification
Examples explored in this guide include: genetic engineering, genetically modified organisms, stem cell research, cloning, drug-delivery systems, and vaccines.
Resources on gene testing, reproductive technologies, cloning and the treatment of disease and aging from Brisbane Grammar.