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Anatomy & Physiology, Biology

I Want to Know What Blood Is: A 3D Visual Field Guide to Blood Cells

It’s February, and you know what that means here at VB...it’s time for a blog post about the circulatory system! Instead of focusing on the heart, though, today’s post will zoom in on the different kinds of cells found in blood.  In this visual ...
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Biology

Word Games: Centrosome vs. Centrioles

As is the case in A&P, keeping track of terminology can be one of the most challenging parts of a biology course, especially when you’re studying ...
Biology

Building It Up and Breaking It Down: Photosynthesis vs. Cellular Respiration

The Visible Body Blog · Building It Up and Breaking It Down: Photosynthesis vs. Cellular Respiration   Click the play button to listen to an audio ...
Biology

5 Questions to Help You Distinguish Between Monocot and Dicot Plants

When you think about plants, what is the first thing that pops into your head? Is it flowers? That wouldn’t be too surprising, considering that the ...
Technology in Anatomy Education, Biology, Technology in Education

Behind the Scenes of Visible Biology: Bringing the Blood Cell Lab into 3D and AR

Recently, Visible Body partnered with Google’s search team to create over 15 new 3D and AR models illustrating important biology concepts and ...
Technology in Anatomy Education, Biology, Technology in Education

A Guide to Teaching with the Biology Learn Site and Courseware

Biology instructors, we have new 3D models for you and your students! Teach about plant structure, cells, DNA, and blood in 3D and augmented reality. ...
Anatomy & Physiology, Biology

Energy & Metabolism Part 2: Cellular Respiration

In Part 1 of our Energy & Metabolism overview, we talked about the different types of nutrients your body needs and how it breaks them down into ...
Anatomy & Physiology, Biology

Tiny Transportation: Active vs. Passive Transport in Cells

Today, we’re going to take a close look at the human body. I mean a really close look. That’s right—we’re talking about cells! More specifically, ...