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Euglena viridis

Unicellular eukaryotes living in freshwaters, capable of feeding autotrophically and heterotrophically.

The anatomy of leaves

This animation presents the main types of leaves and the differences between monocot and dicot leaves.

Cereals

Cereals are species of grasses cultivated for their edible grains.

Mitosis

Mitosis is the process by which a eukaryotic cell divides into two cells and the number of chromosomes remains unchanged.

The flowers of angiosperms

The animation demonstrates the different flower types of angiosperms.

Flower

The animations demonstrates the structure of a typical flower.

Lesser horseshoe bat

Bats use ultrasound to navigate and hunt for prey.

Vegetative plant organs

These organs are vital for the survival and development of plants.

Carboniferous flora and fauna

This animation presents some animals and plants that lived between the Devonian and Permian periods (358-299 million years ago).

Photosynthesis

Plants are capable of converting inorganic substances (carbon dioxide and water) into organic sugar.

Layers of forests

The layers of different types of forests may vary.

Bacteria (spheres, rods, spirals)

Bacteria occur in a wide range of shapes, including spheres, rods and spirals.

Darwin's legendary voyage

Darwin's legendary voyage aboard HMS Beagle played a crucial role in the development of the Theory of Evolution.

Bacteria (advanced)

Bacteria are unicellular organisms that have no nuclei and are a few micrometres in length

Viruses

Viruses consist of protein and DNA or RNA, they reprogram infected cells to produce more viruses.

Transport processes

This animation explains active and passive transport processes occurring through cell membranes

Blue whale

Marine mammals, the largest known animals to have ever existed.

Emperor penguin

Penguins are birds living in the Antarctic and adapted to cold temperature and swimming.

Bulbous spring plants

This animation demonstrates the anatomy of tulips, daffodils and snowdrops.

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