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Organic first: a biology-friendly chemistry curriculum.

Reingold ID.

Cell Biol Educ. 2005 Winter;4(4):281-3. No abstract available.

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Video views and reviews: gastrulation and the fashioning of animal embryos.

Watters C.

Cell Biol Educ. 2005 Winter;4(4):273-8. Review. No abstract available.

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Infusing active learning into the large-enrollment biology class: seven strategies, from the simple to complex.

Allen D, Tanner K.

Cell Biol Educ. 2005 Winter;4(4):262-8. No abstract available.

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Teaching systems biology: an active-learning approach.

Kumar A.

Cell Biol Educ. 2005 Winter;4(4):323-9.

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Teaching more by lecturing less.

Knight JK, Wood WB.

Cell Biol Educ. 2005 Winter;4(4):298-310.

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Genome science: a video tour of the Washington University Genome Sequencing Center for high school and undergraduate students.

Flowers SK, Easter C, Holmes A, Cohen B, Bednarski AE, Mardis ER, Wilson RK, Elgin SC.

Cell Biol Educ. 2005 Winter;4(4):291-7.

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How effective are simulated molecular-level experiments for teaching diffusion and osmosis?

Meir E, Perry J, Stal D, Maruca S, Klopfer E.

Cell Biol Educ. 2005 Fall;4(3):235-48.

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Students investigating the antiproliferative effects of synthesized drugs on mouse mammary tumor cells.

Hammamieh R, Anderson M, Carr K, Tran CN, Yourick DL, Jett M.

Cell Biol Educ. 2005 Fall;4(3):221-34.

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Molecular and cellular biology animations: development and impact on student learning.

McClean P, Johnson C, Rogers R, Daniels L, Reber J, Slator BM, Terpstra J, White A.

Cell Biol Educ. 2005 Summer;4(2):169-79.

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An inexpensive gel electrophoresis-based polymerase chain reaction method for quantifying mRNA levels.

Bradford WD, Cahoon L, Freel SR, Hoopes LL, Eckdahl TT.

Cell Biol Educ. 2005 Summer;4(2):157-68.

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