Biology Study Guide TopicsSkull Bones | Tissue Types | The Cell | DNA | Anatomy Models | Electron Transport Chain | History of Microbiology | Human Anatomy | Punnett Squares | What is Mitosis | What is Life | Macromolecules | Cellular Respiration | DNA Replication | Enzymes | Pathogenic Bacteria | Natural Selection | Punnett Squares | Transcription and Translation | Exam Notes | Viruses | Osmosis | Protists
Online PresentationsBones of the Human Skull | Tissue Types | Selective and Differential Media
Classroom ActivitiesRecombinant DNA Cut And Tape Classroom Activity
Alyvea started as a website for me to share biology study guides used in my classes (located at Biology101.org). Eventually I started adding more content and adding free presentations that could be viewed online from any device. It seemed like the natural progression of preparing slides for class- create them in a manner where they are open and easily accesible to anyone. Biology101 has now changed names (and its website address) to be able to expand development of content to other subjects. Hopefully it will be of use to some.
Biology101.org is a resource for students of biology providing freely available study guides, flash cards and practice questions for commonly studied, fundamental biological concepts. The goal is to provide resources that describe biology in a visually appealing and interactive manner to engage students and provide a supplement to standard text based explanations. The material should be helpful to high school and college students as well as those reviewing for exams such as the MCAT. The pdf study guides found on this site are available for distribution under a creative commons license. Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.
You are free to share, print, email, post to websites, and distribute the study guides found on this website as long as they are given away for free and you give credit to Alyvea.com. Please note that other resources such as some images and interactive flash files cannot be shared on other websites since I only have a license to display them here.
Biology101.org was created and is mantained by Anthony D'Onofrio who earned a B.S. in Biology from Boston College
and a Ph.D. in Biology from Northeastern University. Dr. D'Onofrio was previously an Assistant Professor at
Mount Ida College in Newton, MA where he taught Microbiology, Genetics, Bioinformatics and Intro Biology.
A summary of his peer-reviewed research publications can be found on Google Scholar.
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