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Cell Biology Education

2005 Volume 4, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Applying Instructional Design Theories to Bioinformatics Education in Microarray Analysis and Primer Design Workshops

    Aviv Shachak, Ron Ophir & Eitan Rubin

    The need to support bioinformatics training has been widely recognized by scientists, industry, and government institutions. However, the discussion of instructional methods for teaching... More

    pp. 199-206

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  2. An Inquiry into Protein Structure and Genetic Disease: Introducing Undergraduates to Bioinformatics in a Large Introductory Course

    April E. Bednarski, Sarah C. R. Elgin & Himadri B. Pakrasi

    This inquiry-based lab is designed around genetic diseases with a focus on protein structure and function. To allow students to work on their own investigatory projects, 10 projects on 10 different... More

    pp. 207-220

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  3. How Effective Are Simulated Molecular-Level Experiments for Teaching Diffusion and Osmosis?

    Eli Meir, Judith Perry, Derek Stal, Susan Maruca & Eric Klopfer

    Diffusion and osmosis are central concepts in biology, both at the cellular and organ levels. They are presented several times throughout most introductory biology textbooks (e.g., Freeman, 2002), ... More

    pp. 235-248

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