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Eukaryotic Cell Simulation

Eukaryotic Cell Simulation

360° 3D Simulation | worksheet included

Cells make up the basic level of our body and other living things. They are the fundamental unit of life. If so, is there is a difference between us and other single-cell organisms such as bacteria? This simulation is all about eukaryotic cells that are the building blocks of our body!

DNA Replication Simulation
We all know of DNA as the genetic material of our cells and the process of DNA replication is SO important. Let's find out why!
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Types of Forces Simulation
In this simulation, you will be able to set up an inclined plane experiment, interact with graphs, and manipulate weights. Great for an intro force lab!
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Plant Cell
Explore the microscopic structures that house the life-sustaining photosynthetic machinery of the plant kingdom!
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Projectile Motion Simulation
In this lab you'll learn how to interact with a cannon, read about acceleration, velocity graphs and throw objects!
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Molecule Shapes
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RNA Transcription Simulation
Here's a quick description of our RNA Transcription simulation! Create an mRNA copy using a gene's DNA sequence at a cellular level. Observe the first step of gene expression and perform it by using the appropriate enzymes and matching the nitrogen base pairs correctly
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Law Of Conservation Of Mass
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Molecular Polarity
When two atoms with unequal electronegativities form a covalent bond, the electrons contributed to the resulting molecule are shared unequally between them. This creates an uneven distribution of partial charges across the molecule, which is defined as molecular polarity. This simulation shows this concept in action. You will learn about dipoles, partial charges, electrostatic potential, electron density through experimenting with different variables and seeing their effects on a molecule.
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Isotopes, Number & Atomic Mass
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Law of definite proportions
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Cathode Ray
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Plum Pudding
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Maze Game
Maze game (position, velocity, acceleration)
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Simple gas laws
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Concentration
Concentration is a familiar concept to most of us in our daily lives. We all know that adding too much coffee powder to our coffee can result in a too-strong beverage, while too little may result in a diluted, unimpressive morning coffee. Play with this simulation to visualize the relationship between the solute, solvent and their respective volumes!
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Gravity Force Lab
Gravitational force is a fundamental force, that acts on every object. Newton discovered that, due to gravitational force, objects are attracted to each other at all times! This force aims to keep objects close together, rather than forcing them apart. This principle is often called Newton's Law of Gravity. Explore this simulation to see it in action!
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Alpha Decay
We hear about the concept of 'radiation' all the time, especially in medical terminology. Radiation, however, occurs when an unstable, high-energy nucleus of an element releases some of that energy to get to a more stable state (similar to when we consume way too much candy and need to work off all of that energy!). Alpha decay is one of the ways this excess energy is expelled!
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Ohms Law
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Democritus Idea of Atom
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RNA Translation Simulation
Dive into the world of RNA with our RNA Translation simulation! Learn about how tRNA helps transfer amino acids to the ribosomes and more!
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