Situs penting animasi flash

Situs ini berasal dari luar dan merupakan hasil karya asli mereka. Di Indonesia sendiri jarang ada yang menekuni masalah flash animasi ini. kalau ada blog di kita yang merujuk animasi flash biologi maka bisa dipastikan sumbernya dari luar. Beberapa dari situs berikut merupakan situs penting dimana para blogger mengambil sumbernya

Dibawah ini adalah serangkaian situs penting untuk memudahkan dalam pencarian di webs dan penjelasan mengenai situs webnya :

  1. : merupakan situs yang menampilkan powerpoint dan animasi flash biologi; ini adalah link langsung kealamat bio studio. dan disini tidak bisa didownload.
Biology Animations (Flash)
Work Examples
Engineering & Science Animations (Windows Media)

Ini adalah situs kedua :

Situs ini berisi kumpulan animasi biologi flash, dibandingkan dengan situs nomor 1 maka pada situs kedua ini loadingnya lama, sehingga untuk dipakai sebagai sumber pembelajaran on line sangat mengganggu.

Tetapi saya sudah membuat downloadannya silahkan klik download langsung dibawah ini :

  1. Anatomi dna
  2. Asam amino
  3. Bagian2 sel
  4. Fungsi sel
  5. Membran sel
  6. Replikasi dna
  7. Struktur kromosom
  8. TranSLASI dna
  9. Transkripsi dna

Berikutnya adalah sebuah situs  dengan alamat :  untuk animasi biologi dengan tampilan langsung dan cukup menarik karena sedikit interaktif animasinya. Pada widget klik langsung akan mengarah pada alamat situsnya dan langsung memainkannya secara live. Tetapi jika ingin mendownloadnya silahkan klik dafrar dibawah ini :










10 situs ini tampilan animasi sangat bagus sekali sehingga menimbulkan rasa tertarik pada siswa untuk melihatnya . Materi yang ditampilkan cukup beragam dan sangat membantu pembelajaran biologi di kelas. Untuk melihatnya silahkan masuk ke alamat tersebut dan pilih yang akan dipelajari. Jika ingin mendownload ke komputer klik saja link dibawah ini ;
2 Ini adalah situs biologi tentang animasi dan film (movie)

Situs ini sangat terkenal karena produk animasinya yang banyak digunakan oleh guru biologi dalam pengajaran dikelas karena akses downloadnya paling cepat dari semua situs animasi biologi. Untuk mendownload ke komputer.klik aja link dibawah ini

Link ini langsung menuju halaman animasi. dengan link yang bisa mengarah kesana


View full color, dynamic animations to help you visualize key biological processes.
You have the ability to control the animation by turning on or off the narration,
playing the animation with or without text, and can
start, stop, or rewind the animation to any point you choose.

Click on a Chapter Link below to view an Animation, a new window will pop up.
To return to this menu, close the chapter animation window when finished.

Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Sodium-Potassium Exchange Pump
Endocytosis and Exocytosis
Proton Pump
Chapter 7
How Intracellular Receptors Regulate Gene Transcription
Second Messengers – The cAMP and Ca Pathways
Signal Amplification
Chapter 8
A Biochemical Pathway
Feedback Inhibition of Biochemical Pathways
Chapter 9
Electron Transport System and ATP Synthesis
Chapter 10
Cyclic and Noncyclic Photophosphorylation
Photosynthetic Electron Transport and ATP Synthesis
Chapter 11
Mitosis and Cytokinesis
Cell Proliferation Signaling Pathway
Bidirectional Replication of DNA
Unique Features of Meiosis
Chapter 12
Comparison of Meiosis and Mitosis
Random Orientation of Chromosomes During Meiosis
Stages of Meiosis
Chapter 14
Hershey and Chase Experiment
Meselson and Stahl Experiment
DNA Replication Fork
How Nucleotides are Added in DNA Replication
Chapter 15
Processing of Gene Information – Prokaryotes versus Eukaryotes
Protein Synthesis
How Spliceosomes Process RNA
Chapter 16
Restriction Endonucleases
Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphisms
Early Genetic Engineering Experiment
Constructing Vaccines
Southern Blot
Steps in Cloning a Gene
Polymerase Chain Reaction
The Ti Plasmid
Chapter 18
The Tryptophan Repressor
Combination of Switches – the Lac Operon
Control of Gene Expression in Eukaryotes
Transcription Complex and Enhancers
Chapter 20
Integration and Excision of a Plasmid
Mechanism of Transposition
The Consequence of Inversion
Control of the Cell Cycle
Slipped-strand Mispairing
Conjugation with F Plasmid
Thymine Dimers
How Tumor Suppressor Genes Block Cell Division
Chapter 21
The Consequence of Inversion
Chapter 26
Treatment of HIV
How Prions Arise
HIV Replication
Chapter 28
Malaria – Life Cycle of Plasmodium
Chapter 42
Sarcomere Shortening
Chapter 43
Three Phases of Gastric Secretion
Chapter 44
Changes in the Partial Pressures of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide
Chapter 45
Chemical Synapse
Membrane-Bound Receptors G Proteins and Ca2 Channels
Voltage Gated Channels and the Action Potential
Sodium-Potassium Exchange
Action Potential Propagation in an Unmyelinated Axon
Function of the Neuromuscular Junction
Chapter 46
Effect of Sound Waves on Cochlear Structures
Chapter 47
Mechanism of Steroid Hormone Action
Mechanism of Thyroxine Action
Action of Epinephrine on a Liver Cell
Chapter 48
Cytotoxic T-cell Activity Against Target Cells
Interaction of Antigen Presenting Cells and T-helper Cells
Monoclonal Antibody Production
IgE Mediated Hypersensitivity
Chapter 50
Spermatogenesis Ini situs langsung menuju halaman web site bioolog yang berisi film dan banyak animasi. berikut adalah halamannya :

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Movie credits and additional information

This page was reviewed in Science, 7 March, 2003.
Vol. 299. pg. 1493.

Movies of Cells

Movies of Cellular Calcium

Movies of Molecular Methods

Molecular Movies – by A. Malcolm Campbell

These animations are made with the Macromedia program called Flash, and require the appropriate browser plug-in. These are standard features for 4.5 or newer browsers. These animations are being produced beginning in the summer of 1999 and are funded by a Mellon Technology Fellowship through the Associated Colleges of the South, and Davidson College’s Summer Faculty Funding program.

Miscellaneous Movies

Interactive Pages

Credits (updates in progess)

  • QT movies of mitosis, meiosis, calcium pumping into SER, calcium regulating muscles, the yeast two-hybrid system, and PCR developed by A. Malcolm Campbell at Davidson College. RT-PCR Flash animation was developed by A. Malcolm Campbell using Macromedia’s Flash software.
  • Movies of muscle contracting “Muscles Alive” were obtained from theMedical College of Ohio.
  • Movies of Dynein and microtubeles were produced at the ”Biophysics Group at King’s College” and is maintained by G. Foster.
  • Movies of the White Blood Cells Eating Yeast, Cytotoxic T-cell Killing Its Target, and T4 phage killing E. coli are ©James A. Sullivan, Quill Graphics.
    Cells alive!
  • Movie of Sea Urchin Fertilization by Mark Terasaki, Department of Physiology, University of Connecticut Health Center.
    Go to Terasaki’s home page

Simultaneous imaging of an egg at fertilization by phase contrast (left) and Ca Green fluorescence (right). The fertilizing sperm can be seen at upper right contacting the egg. There is a Ca action potential around the entire egg surface (5 th frame), then several seconds later, the Ca wave starts at the site of sperm entry. The Ca wave triggers cortical granule exocytosis, leading to the formation of the fertilization envelope. The fertilization cone (primarily actin filaments) develops later at the sperm entry point. The first six frames of this sequence are at 0.5 sec intervals, while the remainder are at 1 sec intervals. movie

The competition of sperm to fertilize and pronuclei fusing were also from Mark Terasaki. A recent Video Essay was published in Molecular Biology of the Cell.

  • Movie of mouse embryo from gestational day 9.5 through birth by THE CENTER FOR IN VIVO MICROSCOPY at Duke Univ.
  • Movies of calcium waves in retinal glial cells were collected by Eric A. Newman and Kathleen R. Zahs, Department of Physiology, Univ. Minn. and the related reference is: Newman, E.A. and Zahs, K.R. (1997) Calcium waves in retinal glial cells. Science, 275: 844-847. Go to Eric Newman’s home pageRaw Data: Freshly isolated retinae were incubated in the Ca2+ indicator dye Calcium Green-1, labeling astrocytes and Müller cell endfeet at the vitrealsurface of the retina. Images were acquired with a video-rate confocal microscope at 0.93 sec intervals.
    Enhanced Image: Leading edge of the Ca2+ wave shown in Clip 1. A fluorescence image of the retina is shown in black and white. The superimposed yellow regions mark the leading edge of the Ca2+ wave (where the change in fluorescence between successive images exceeded a threshold value). The Ca2+ wave is shown at normal speed.
  • Movie of microtubule treading by Vladimir I. Rodionov and Gary G. Borisy, University of Wisconsin. Science Vol. 275. pp 215-218. 1997. Go to Borisy’s home page
  • Movie of Drosophila gastrulation (EM version) was provided by Dr. Rudi Turner, Univ. Indiana; Jeff Giacoletti and Thom Kaufman, Univ. Indiana.
  • Movie of Drosophila gastrulation (Line Drawing version) was provided by Jeff Giacoletti and Chris Macri.

More animations and images can be found on the FlyBase page.

  • Movies of fish epidermal cells all taken from “Fish Epidermal Cell Movies” which is a part of a larger site called “FishScope” at the Department of Zoology at the University of Washington, Seattle.
  • C. elegans microinjection QT Movie generated by Paul Muhlarad in the lab of Samuel Ward, Dept. Molecular and Cellular Biology, Univ. Arizona. There are lots of good pages there if you want more worms.
  • C. elegans pronuclei coming together QT movie was produced by the lab of Dr. Susan Strome, Indiana University.

The maternal pronucleus migrates from the anterior to the posterior, through the pseudocleavage furrow. It meets the paternal pronucleus in the posterior and they migrate anteriorly before fusing and entering mitosis. During these events, P granules are organized from a dispersed state to the posterior cortex.

  • Movies of newt and lily mitosis were produced by Shinya Inoue and Rudolf Oldenbourg at Woods Hole. These were a part of a Video Essay published in Molecular Biology of the Cell.
  • Movies of fish epidermal melanophores were produced by Vladimir Rodionov and Gary Borisy at UW-Madison. These were a part of a Video Essay published in Molecular Biology of the Cell.
  • The movie of Yeast Mitosis was produced by the lab of Kerry Bloom at UNC-Chapel Hill. These were a part of a Video Essay published in Molecular Biology of the Cell.

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Biology Animations

Pronunciations Guide for Biology Terminology

Starr’s Biology Today and Tomorrow

Learning biology through animations, tutorials and quizzes.

Biological Processes

View full color, dynamic animations to help you visualize key biological processes. You have the ability to control the animation by turning on or off the narration, playing the animation with or without text, and can start, stop, or rewind the animation to any point you choose.

Biology Tutorials

These 106 in-depth tutorials are designed to illustrate and explain some of the many complex topics in biology. Each tutorial has four elements: an introduction that describes the topic to be illustrated and puts it into a broader context, a detailed animation that clearly illustrates the topic (there are a few tutorials that include simulations or other types of content, rather than animations), a conclusion that summarizes what you should have learned from the animation, and a quiz on the topic covered. The clear presentation of complex topics make these tutorials a powerful learning tool, be sure to work through them in their entirety for the best benefit. New to the Seventh Edition are 20 Key Experiment tutorials that expand upon some of the most important experiments depicted in the book, as well as 10 additional new tutorials. All the animated activities include textbook references, making it easy for you to look up a topic in the text for further explanation. For details on how the tutorials work, click the Help button on the Animation tab of a tutorial.

Biology Animations

Life processes and cells, green plants, human as organisms, living things in their environment, variation and inheritance.

BioCourse Animation, Movie and PowerPoint

Covers all biology fields including: introductory material, general chemistry, structure and function of macromolecules, energy and enzyme, cell structure and function, membrane structure and function, cellular respiration and fermentation, photosynthesis, cell division, meiosis and genetic variation, genetics, genetic material, transcription and translation, control of gene expression, changes in the genetic message, biotechnology, population genetics, evolution, origin and history of life, classification, viruses, bacteria (prokaryotes), protists, fungi, plant diversity, plant structure, plant transport, plant general biology, invertebrates, vertebrates, animal general biology, human nutrition, digestive system, circulation, respiration, immune system, excretory system, endocrine system, sex and reproduction, nervous system, sensory system, integumentary system, support and movement, population ecology, community ecology, ecosystems, biosphere, behavior, marine biology, environmental science.

General Biology

Meiosis, Mitosis, The Evolution of Cellular Organelles, The Mammalian Kidney, Reflex Arcs, Human Embryonic Stem Cells, The Ovarian and Uterine Cycles, Heat Changes Protein Structure: Frying an Egg, The lac Operon, Independent Assortment of Alleles, Construction of a DNA Library, Life Cycle of a Moss, Life Cycle of an Angiosperm, The Meselson-Stahl Experiment, Harvesting light , In Vitro Fertilization, Life Cycle of HIV, a Retrovirus, Gel Electrophoresis, DNA Chip Technology, Independent Assortment and Gamete Diversity, Pregnancy Test, Simple Stimuli Trigger Fixed Behaviors, A Pulse-Chase Experiment, Vesicle Budding and Fusing, Time-Compensated Solar Compass, Electron Transport: Aerobic and Anaerobic Conditions, Polyribosomes, Blood Flow through the Human Heart, The Synapse, Carrier Proteins, Action Potentials

Animating Biology

Carnegie Mellon’s Office of Technology for Education and Department of Biological Sciences create multimedia materials for teaching and learning Biology. After an analysis of a number of Biology courses was performed to identify when and how shared concepts where taught, a team of biologists, media programmers, and learning experts came together to create animations designed to improve understanding of some of the main concepts taught in Modern Biology and Biochemistry.

Student Center for Biology (The McGraw-Hill Companies)

Welcome to the Student Center for Biology, Seventh Edition. One of the key features of the Student Center are the e-Learning Sessions. The e-Learning Sessions are multimedia enhanced overviews of the chapter concepts. Each chapter’s e-Learning Session will contain links to a variety of interactive educational content to help you further expand your understanding of the core chapter concepts: animation, exploration, esp activity, art activity, case study, art review, art quizzes, chapter quiz and more.

Biodiversity (Rediscovering Biology)

Dilution Effect: As suburbs developed in New England, the forest habitat became more patchy, resulting in the disappearance of some species and the proliferation of mice — which are the reservoir for the Lyme spirochete — and ticks, which carry the disease to humans. This increased the proportion of infected ticks, and led to an increase in human disease. Mass Extinctions: A graph showing the five major recognized mass extinctions over the last 600 million years. Trilobites went extinct at the end of the Permian era, while dinosaurs were casualties of the most recent mass extinction at the Cretaceous/Tertiary period border. Species Richness vs. Lyme Disease: Ostfeld’s study found that as species richness declined, the incidence of Lyme disease increased. Test Strip – Cedar Creek: Each year, David Tilman collects the plant matter from a strip 10 cm by 3 m from each of his experimental plots to examine the effects of species diversity on biomass. Tilman’s Experimental Plots: Tilman compares plots with few species (on left) to those with more species (as on the right). He has found that more diverse plots recover from disturbances like drought more quickly than those with fewer species.

Biological Animations

Biology Animations (Flash) (BioStudio)

Lew-Port’s Biology Place – Animated Reviews

Animating Biology

Carnegie Mellon’s Office of Technology for Education and Department of Biological Sciences create multimedia materials for teaching and learning Biology. After an analysis of a number of Biology courses was performed to identify when and how shared concepts where taught, a team of biologists, media programmers, and learning experts came together to create animations designed to improve understanding of some of the main concepts taught in Modern Biology and Biochemistry.

Ini adalah sebuah situs webs yang khusus animasi , namanya eduMedia dan        ” ini linknya “. Tmpilannya seperti dibawah ini:


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