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View Resource Bioinformatics: An Interactive Introduction to NCBI

Understanding nature's mute but elegant language of living cells is the quest of modern molecular biology. From an alphabet of only four letters representing the chemical subunits of DNA, emerges a...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/k12/bioinformatics/inde...
View Resource Los Angeles and the Future of Mono Lake

Los Angeles and the Future of Mono Lake is a WebQuest exploring the biodiversity, natural history, and preservation of Mono Lake. This activity calls upon the resources housed in MLER and asks...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/k12/monowebquest/index....
View Resource Tardigrades (Water Bears)

Tardigrades (Tardigrada), also known as water bears or moss piglets, are a phylum of small invertebrates.

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/topics/tardigrade/index...
View Resource Rio Tinto, Spain

The Rio Tinto is an extremely acidic river in southern Spain. Enduring over 5000 years of mining activity, the river is full of heavy metals. Surprisingly, phylogenetic studies show the diversity of...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/topics/riotinto/index.h...
View Resource Microbial Mining

Several resources explain the role of microbes and biotechnology in mining.

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