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Nymphaea Cross Section: Use this deep zoom viewer to view a large image scanned and built using the uScopeMXII Digital Microscope.

Nymphaea Cross Section: Use this deep zoom viewer to view a large image scanned and built using the uScopeMXII Digital Microscope.

Cucurbits Cross Section: Use this deep zoom viewer to view a large image scanned and built using the uScopeMXII Digital Microscope.

Cucurbits Cross Section: Use this deep zoom viewer to view a large image scanned and built using the uScopeMXII Digital Microscope.

A dynamic 3D computer animated video takes you "inside" for a close-up look at how we're made. Watch as the mysteries of the Human Genome are literally "unra...

A dynamic 3D computer animated video takes you "inside" for a close-up look at how we're made. Watch as the mysteries of the Human Genome are literally "unra...

File:Stem of first year Pinus taiwanensis (Taiwan Red Pine) - Cross section microscopic image (detail)

File:Stem of first year Pinus taiwanensis (Taiwan Red Pine) - Cross section microscopic image (detail)

Coprinus Mushroom Cross Section: Use this deep zoom viewer to view a large image scanned and built using the uScopeMXII Digital Microscope.

Coprinus Mushroom Cross Section: Use this deep zoom viewer to view a large image scanned and built using the uScopeMXII Digital Microscope.

Spinal Cord Cross Section: Use this deep zoom viewer to view a large image scanned and built using the uScopeMXII Digital Microscope.

Spinal Cord Cross Section: Use this deep zoom viewer to view a large image scanned and built using the uScopeMXII Digital Microscope.

This illustration compares meiosis and mitosis. In meiosis, there are two rounds of cell division, whereas there is only one round of cell division in mitosis. In both mitosis and meiosis, DNA synthesis occurs during S phase. Synapsis of homologous chromosomes occurs in prophase I of meiosis, but does not occur in mitosis. Crossover of chromosomes occurs in prophase I of meiosis, but does not occur in mitosis. Homologous pairs of chromosomes line up at the metaphase plate during metaphase I…

This illustration compares meiosis and mitosis. In meiosis, there are two rounds of cell division, whereas there is only one round of cell division in mitosis. In both mitosis and meiosis, DNA synthesis occurs during S phase. Synapsis of homologous chromosomes occurs in prophase I of meiosis, but does not occur in mitosis. Crossover of chromosomes occurs in prophase I of meiosis, but does not occur in mitosis. Homologous pairs of chromosomes line up at the metaphase plate during metaphase I…

WATCH 2nd:  This video is a little longer (10min) but is a clear lecture on the subject & explains things in better detail.  He even mentions the scientists Meselson & Stahl & shows the differences between 3 proposed theories that our text spoke about. ONE NOTE:  please point out that the first video has the leading strand "on top" while the 2nd video flips the diagram & puts the lagging strand "on top".  Not a big deal as long as you're aware of it.      ▶ DNA Replication - YouTube video.

WATCH 2nd: This video is a little longer (10min) but is a clear lecture on the subject & explains things in better detail. He even mentions the scientists Meselson & Stahl & shows the differences between 3 proposed theories that our text spoke about. ONE NOTE: please point out that the first video has the leading strand "on top" while the 2nd video flips the diagram & puts the lagging strand "on top". Not a big deal as long as you're aware of it. ▶ DNA Replication - YouTube video.

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