Animal and Plant Cells

Jerry Learn learn at u.washington.edu
Wed Oct 2 11:18:23 EST 1996


In article <324EC163.7B05 at voicenet.com>, mortgale at voicenet.com wrote:

>In a recent post, Thomas Backhaus <backhaus at biology.uni-bremen.de> asked
>about websites where he could learn about biology.
>--------------------------------------------------------------------
>Try http://lenti.med.unm.edu/~mwd/cell_www/cell.html which provides a
                      ^^^
>hypertext course on cell biology prepared by Mark Dalton at CRAY.
>

Try <http://lenti.med.umn.edu/~mwd/cell_www/cell.html> instead. (U of
Minnesota, not U. of New Mexico)

>Another series of tutorials on cell biology, is provided by MIT at
>http://esg-www.mit.edu:8001/esgbio/chapters.html
>
>You can find many more websites by using one of the search engines
>(e.g., AltaVista at http://www.altavista.digital.com) with the keywords
>biology, animals, plants, etc. You will soon have more than you can
>read!
>
>Good luck.

_____

Jerry Learn

Research Associate

Dept. of Microbiology             | Learn at u.washington.edu
University of Washington          | Phone: (206) 616-4286
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