Online Notes 

Pearson Education's BioCoach
Information is written in paragraph form but is supplemented with outstanding graphics and animations.  "Practice" activities help review the presented information and an interactive quiz is available at the end of each topic.

Biology Mad
This site contains a diverse group of well written notes.  Photos and graphics are included with the content.  The quickest access to the provided note topics is to scroll down the left page frame and click "site map".  

A great site with clear, easy to follow notes.  The notes are well written and supplemented with excellent graphics.  Detailed information is provided in the "QuickLearn" section with a topic overview accessible in the "Revision Summary".

Biology Class Notes 
The notes on this site have been written for a U.S. Biology I class this is using the textbook Modern Biology by Holt, Rinehart, & Winston. 

Biology Web
Easy to navigate site.  Notes are mainly paragraph form and supplemented with diagrams.

Webwise SPINNERET Biology website
Interactive notes on a variety of biology topics.  Sporadic blanks and questions within the notes keep the reader thinking - mouse over the area to reveal the correct answer.  Content is supported with graphics and animations.  

Human Biology Guide 
The notes provided on this site are a compilation of numerous textbooks and online resources.  Links to each note set are provided at the top of the page under the headings "BYA# Module#".

Biology Survey Notes
The notes provided on this site focus on the 5 kingdoms of life.  These notes are not as detailed as other sites but the information that is provided is easy to understand and is supplemented with some very nice graphics. 

Biology Class Notes 

Biology Century
Comprehensive notes on molecular biology topics (cell structure & function, genetics & genetic engineering, evolution).

Lecture Outlines 
This site includes topic / lecture outlines for every chapter in the Raven & Johnson biology book.  Access the lecture notes by clicking on the chapter link and then selecting "extended lecture outline".


Updated 4-4-05
Links Verified 8-11-05


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