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Virtual Biology Tour

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The Molecular Laboratory: Users can analyze genes using gel electrophoresis
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The Microscopy Laboratory: Videos of some species are also available such as this Paramecium
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The Genetics Laboratory: Users can perform population experiments to study the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium
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The Ecology Laboratory allows users to view populations as a function of time
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The Systematics Laboratory
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The Molecular Laboratory
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The Microscopy Laboratory
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The Genetics Laboratory
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The main laboratory of Virtual Biology
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The Molecular Laboratory: Users can analyze genes using gel electrophoresis
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The Microscopy Laboratory: Images for all species in the virtual world are included
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The Genetics Laboratory: Users can also examine the traits of individual offspring
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The Ecology Laboratory
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The Molecular Laboratory: Users can measure the sequence of any amplified genes
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The Microscopy Laboratory: High quality animations of cell functions are also included
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An example of the lab book where notes and data can be saved for later analysis
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The Ecology Laboratory allows users to choose different biomes
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The Systematics Laboratory allows users to determine the taxonomic relationship of different species
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The Molecular Laboratory: Users can control the PCR process and view an animation of the different steps
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The Microscopy Laboratory showing an image from the SEM microscope
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The Genetics Laboratory allows users to measure the phenotypic frequency of different traits


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