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  • Niche Partitioning

    Niche Partitioning

    Clip

    (4 min 13 sec) Dr. Rob Pringle introduces the concept of niche partitioning with examples drawn from the African savanna.

  • Moth Mimicry: Using Ultrasound to Avoid Bats

    Moth Mimicry: Using Ultrasound to Avoid Bats

    Scientists at Work

    (10 min 24 sec) This video follows scientists as they uncover the ways in which moth species in Gorongosa National Park use ultrasound to avoid being eaten by bats.

  • Amylase Copy Number and Diet

    Amylase Copy Number and Diet

    Data Point

    A team of scientists investigated whether there is a correlation between the number of AMY1 gene copies and the type of diet (high-starch or low-starch) of a population.

  • Getting a list of ALL BioInteractive Resources

    Here's a tip on a secret way to get a listing of all current BioInteractive resource pages. This used to be a page that only BioInteractive staff used, but we had enough requests for a similar...

  • Spanish Materials

    Spanish Materials

    Collection

    A selection of short films, animations, classroom materials, and interactive features that are available in Spanish. Go to the resource pages below to find links to view or download the Spanish...

  • WildCam Lab

    WildCam Lab

    Click & Learn

    The WildCam Lab is a part of WildCam Gorongosa, an online citizen science platform where users identify animals in trail camera photos. Using the WildCam Lab, students can investigate ecological questions and test hypotheses by exploring trail camera data using an interactive map. 

  • Stickleback Film with Quiz

    Stickleback Film with Quiz

    Interactive Video

    (15 min 27 sec) Embedded quiz modules test students’ understanding as they watch a short film that explains how stickleback fish let scientists study evolution in action, identify key genes, and peer deep into the evolutionary past.

  • Some Animals Are More Equal than Others: Keystone Species and Trophic Cascades

    Some Animals Are More Equal than Others: Keystone Species and Trophic Cascades

    Short Film

    (19 min 29 sec) Keystone species and trophic cascades are fundamental concepts in ecology. This short film tells the story of how these concepts were first established through the pioneering experiments of two young researchers: Robert Paine and James Estes.

  • Spreadsheet Tutorial 5: Histogram

    Spreadsheet Tutorial 5: Histogram

    Activity

    Generate a histogram using a variety of methods.

  • Spreadsheet Tutorial 4: t-Test

    Spreadsheet Tutorial 4: t-Test

    Activity

    Calculate t-values and perform t-tests using built-in functions.

  • Ocean Acidification

    Ocean Acidification

    Activity

    In this hands-on activity, students simulate the effects of decreasing pH caused by rising levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide.

  • Lactase Film with Quiz

    Lactase Film with Quiz

    Interactive Video

    (14 min 52 sec) Embedded quiz modules test students’ understanding as they watch a short film that explores the evolution of the ability to digest lactose as adults (lactose tolerance) and the genetic changes associated with the trait.

  • Identifying Autism Genes by Tracking Gene Mutations

    Identifying Autism Genes by Tracking Gene Mutations

    Data Point

    A team of scientists used homozygosity mapping to map SNPs on chromosome 3 in a family with an autistic son to identify a likely gene that caused the disorder.

  • Building Ecological Pyramids

    Building Ecological Pyramids

    Activity

    In this activity, students will build biomass pyramids depicting trophic levels of various habitat types using data from trail cameras in Gorongosa National Park.

  • Data Points

    Data Points

    Data Point

    BioInteractive’s Data Points are a monthly series that features a graph or figure from a scientific journal article for students to interpret and discuss as a class. The student handout includes the...

  • Student Discussion on Patterns and Processes in Ecology

    Student Discussion on Patterns and Processes in Ecology

    Lecture

    (56 min 17 sec) The 2015 Holiday Lecture discussion session.

  • The Teosinte Hypothesis

    The Teosinte Hypothesis

    Activity

    In this lesson, students work through the mathematics and concepts behind George Beadle’s claim that teosinte is the wild ancestor of maize. Also available in Spanish.

  • Skin Color Interactive Video

    Skin Color Interactive Video

    Interactive Video

    (18 min 58 sec) Embedded quiz modules test students’ understanding as they watch a short film that explores the evidence for the evolution of the variation in skin color among human populations.

  • Effects of Predation on the Niche of Lizards

    Effects of Predation on the Niche of Lizards

    Data Point

    A team of scientists studied the effects of introducing a lizard predator on the food webs of a group of small islands in the Bahamas.

  • Mosquito-Borne Viral Diseases

    Mosquito-Borne Viral Diseases

    Collection

    Most of the viral diseases transmitted by mosquitoes are caused by RNA viruses. One group of RNA viruses, the flavivirus, includes yellow fever, dengue, West Nile, Japanese encephalitis, St. Louis...

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