All sites are Open Access, unless
Cengage Brain.Com. For the Solomon Text. It is from an older edition but still available & free!
Free Book Center. Links to numerous online versions of science books to view and download - all at no cost.
Hole's A&P. This is a lower level A&P text but their site has some useful stuff and it is free.
Kimball's Textbook of General Biology. Online Version of Dr. Kimballs Online Biology Text.
The Science of Biology, 9th Edition. From the
New Sadava text - a nice text I taught from years
ago. It seems most stuff is free.
Open Stax College. Free textbooks from Rice University: A&P, Biology, Pschology, Algebra, etc.
-Most listed allow access to complete research and review articles from their archives, something that may not last too much longer! (you must have a paid subscription to view current issues). There are many other journals (obviously) but they are too cheap to allow access to back issues - like Nature, Science & Cell
ASM Journals. Access journals from the American Society of Microbiology, e.g. Jnl. Bacteriology, Jnl. Virology, Molecular & Cell Biology. ASM is the best!
Genetics. Papers on classical, molecular & population genetics.
Nature. Premier bio-science journal of the world. Limited access (mostly to news articles) but you must first register. Don't you love how the richest journals (Nature, Science and Cell) don't provide free access?
Nucleic Acids Research. Papers on molecular genetics and nucleic acid biochemistry.
Journal of Biological Chemistry. Papers on biochemistry and molecular biology.
Journal of Cell Biology. Papers on all areas of cell biology.
PNAS - Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences. All areas of biology and other areas of science.
Library of Science - PLOS. NPO that
supports open access. Contains links to their
The Scientist. "The news journal for the life scientist." From UPenn and its free - you may have to sign up.
New York Times Science Section. Very good news!
Scientific American. Full articles.
From the American Association for the
Advancement of Science (AAAS) - not full access - don't you love how
the richest journals (Science, Cell and Nature) don't provide free
Biology Workbench. Bioinformatics tools from the University of San Diego Supercomputer site.
Fly Base. Data base of Drosophila genes from Indiana University.
ExPASy Molecular Biology Tools. Web-based software tools.
JMOL. Java based version of Protein Explorer - easier to use.
Molvis. Molecular visualization tutorials using JMOL. Very nice!
NCBI - National Center for Biotechnology Information. Links to Genbank, genome biology, pubmed, etc. from the National Institute of Health (NIH).
Protein Data Bank. Database of JMOL / RASMOL images of proteins.
Protein Explorer. Allows visualization and manipulation of macromolecules, mostly proteins.
Protopedia. Encyclopedia of proteins with 3D visualization tools of crystal structures. Impressive!TAIR - The Arabidopsis Information Resource. Genomics and everything else about the model plant, Arabidopsis.
Wormbase. All about the fantastic worm, Caenorhabditis elegans.
BIOCHEMISTRY / CELL / MOLECULAR / DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY / GENETICS
Biochemistry. Junior level classic text by Stryer from the NCBI - National Center for Biotechnology Information -Bookshelf.
DNA From the Beginning. Excellent review of Classical and Molecular Genetics. From Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Embryo Images. Normal and abnormal development. Univ. N. Carolina Chapel Hill.
Interactive Fly. Awesome site on Drosophila molecular, cellular, develpmetal biology, neurobiology & genetics.
Exploring Origins. Great information on the origin of life, protocells, an RNA world and evolutionary timelines.
History of Evolutionary Thought. Historical information on the scientists responsible Evolution Theory (not just Darwin).
Origin of Species. Darwin's complete classic text from Literature.org.
Paleos. History of life on earth.
Tree of Life. A phylogenetic tree of organisms.
UCMP History of Life Through Time. First rate resource on the major taxa. University of California Museum of Palenontology.
All the Virology On the WWW. Resources on viruses.
Microbiology and Immunology Online. From the University of South Carolina.
Museum of Bacteria. Useful resource on
Anatomy Images & Tutorials at Emory University. Advanced site with Images and course materials for A&P .
Anatomy Images and Tutorials at Loyola University. MRIs, CT scans, X-rays and images from the Visible Human Project.
Endotext.org. Online clinical endocrinology source.
Dr. B's Histo Review. From Rutger's Univeristy.
Get Body Smart. Anatomy Program. I give it a C
Human Anatomy. Many useful images of dissections, etc. from San Diego Mesa College.
Heart. Includes sheep heart, heart models, quizzes, EKGs, etc. from Maricopa CC.
Histology. From Maricopa CC, Phoenix, AZ. Pretty good!
Human Anatomy and Physiology. From James Grass, Ph.D., City College of San Francisco. The quizzes are very fact based.
Human Bio-odyssy. From Maricopa CC. Great A&P stuff.
Inner Body.Com. Anatomy program.
The Merck Manual. The classic abridged text on medicine.
Jay Doc Histology Web. Great resource for a review of human tissues from the University of Kansas.
Lumen Histology Page. Another review of histology - complete with lab practicals. Loyola University.
Mink Dissection. Fairly decent slide show.
Human Anatomy by Physical Therapist.com. Nice modules on human anatomy
Fetal Pig Dissection Video. Hard core, no gloves!.
Rat Anatomy Review. From U. Tennessee @ Martin.
The Skeleton. From Santa Monica College.
Anatomy. Review and study resource for
A&P from University of Minnesota.
BioQUEST Library. Download free software tof labs you can do at home.
Nobel E Museum. Has all of the information on Nobel laureates and many other resources.
Profiles in Science. Great site from the National Library of Medicine. Has historical and scientific backgrounds on many scientists, as well as original letters, etc.
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