Discussion in 'Secondary Education Archives' started by CalTeacher, Dec 6, 2005.
Dec 6, 2005
Does anyone know a website where they have good, detailed diagrams of cell mitosis?
Have you tried a google pictures search on "cell mitosis" or "mitosis diagram"?
http://www.infovisual.info/01/img_en/021 Diagram of the stages of mitosis.jpg
Wikipedia has some good pictures and explanations
Carmen comes through again! You're a wonder!
CalTeacher, what grade is this for?
Really TeacherGroupie, I'm just good at goggling...
Yes, but one has to know how and one has to thresh out a whole lot of chaff to get to the good stuff. (Anyway, dear, you're supposed to say thank you.)
Oh, and by the way, Carmen, did you catch innovationguy's suggestion about finding online illustrations of math concepts? One Googles "____ applet", where the blank is filled by whatever one wants to see - parabola, for example - and Google will spit back a list of Web sites with Java applets. Some of them are just amazing...
Sorry! Thank you for the compliment TG.
Yes, I wrote down inovationguy's suggestion... I forgot to use it on my googling search though. Glad you remarked that in this thread, as it is very useful.
You're welcome, Carmen. (And thanks for being so graceful about that - I hope you could tell this was in fun.)
Now if I could just track down what I did with the history of mathematics links I thought I'd posted...
I got it TG, not to worry. I'm so used to being complimented that I tend to forget to say "thanks"...
So Calteacher, is any of those links what you were looking for?
I have to say that watching those diagrams brought back good HS memories!
Oooh, Carmen, nice return shot!
I ought to go look up meiosis too - wonder if there are any good applets...?
CalTeacher, would you happen to know any good mnemonics for cell division?
Dec 7, 2005
http://cellsalive.com/ I used this site in college and its great. You can watch videos, move your cursor to different parts of the cell and visualize the process of cell mitosis, meiosis, and the cell cycle in general.