Biology Presentations in High School Science

Find free High School Science Presentations on Biology.
Measuring cells
Science_Team 
Updated: 
2016
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  • Cells
  • High School
A PowerPoint to match the Philip Allen activity of the same name from their Biological Sciences review series; with added images
CELLS
Science_Team 
Updated: 
2016
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  • Cells
  • High School
ALL YOU NEED FOR YOUR FIRST LESSON ON CELLS. INFORMATION ABOUT CELLS; SPECIALIZED CELLS AND BACTERIAL CELLS.
Exchange between organisms and their environment
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  • Cells
  • High School
Introduction to surface area and volume and effects on gas/nutrient exchange.
Mitosis
ocortez1 
Updated: 
2016
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  • Cells
  • High School
cell, citokinesis, prophase, interphase, telephase, metaphase, g1 phase, g2 phase, m phase, cancer, growth
Meiosis; Sex determination and Variation
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  • Cells
  • High School
Is a review PowerPoint covering main facts of variation and meiosis. Wrap up interactive whiteboard quiz. The handout gives more detail on the steps...
Osmosis Interactive Presentations
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  • Cells
  • High School
PowerPoints covering diffusion; osmosis and active transport. Leads on to specialized surfaces for exchange with a research lesson.Can be used as a...
Introduction to Cells PowerPoint
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  • Cells
  • High School
This presentation details information about the discovery of cells, cell theory, and prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Great for lecture and student...
Cell Structure
Science_Team 
Updated: 
2016
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  • Cells
  • High School
Week 2 lesson display on cells and living things. Please let me know what you think
Fertilization Powerpoint
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  • Cells
  • High School
This is a very brief powerpoint explaining the fertilization and the cleavage process. A good source of summarised information that can be used to...
Implantation Presentation
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  • Cells
  • High School
This powerpoint covers: Fertilisation, reproduction, implantation, placenta very briefly. It is best used as information at the top of a worksheet or...