Click the Pic - Food Fight (2 player game)
In this game you play against another person (sharing the same computer), each representing a different species in a food web. You take turns manipulating the food web (adding organisms) so as to increase the population of your species.
Click the Pic - Habitat (single player game)
Change the different biotic & abiotic factors in a habitat to create a completely compatible ecosystem.
Click the Pic - Venom (single player game)
You have been stung by a scorpion. The sting injects a venom containing chlorotoxin into your blood. Chlorotoxin binds to protein channels preventing the movement of important molecules into & out of muscle cells, eventually causing the muscles to seize and become inactive. You shoot antivenom (antibody) molecules at the chlorotoxin to prevent it from blocking protein channels. Take a few moments to read the story and to read the instructions.
Click the Pic - Photosynthesis-Respiration (single player game)
In this game you are alternating between the reactants and products of cellular respiration with those of photosynthesis. There is some quiz/trivia questions in this game, but the rest of it almost reminds me of Mario Brothers (on the original. Super NES, and N 64 systems).
Click the Pic - Enzymatic (single player game)
Play the specificity game. You race to match enzymes with their substrates. It's a pretty simple game that explores the function & specificity of enzymes.
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