Why Should I Use Shmoop's Biology Resources?
With Shmoop's biology guides, you'll learn about everything from evolution, to enzymes, to viruses. So...we strongly recommend washing your hands. With soap.
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So cut it some slack.
What are we made of? Let’s find out!
How do plants grow?
What did I do to deserve my father’s male-pattern baldness? [Bald son talking to bald father]
There are a lot of mysteries when it comes to this strange, complicated world of ours.
But biology strives to make it a little less mysterious.
Sorry, all you lovers of the unknown. [Man in a cornfield and alien spacecraft appears]
With Shmoop’s biology guides, you’ll find out what an enzyme is, and what it does.
And when you score a biological touchdown, you’ll know how to do an enzyme dance. [Enzyme touching down a football]
You’ll learn about cellular respiration… and cellular perspiration, too…if you’re not turned off by cell sweat. [A cell using deodorant]
Want to know how a gene is turned into a protein?
We’ve got that one for you, too.
Usually, it’s not because of the curse of an angry witch. [Boy with a witch and boys head turns into a monster]
Everything from evolution to viruses will be at your fingertips.
So…we strongly recommend washing your hands. [Person washing hands]
With soap and warm water.
Step right up and take advantage of Shmoop’s guide to all things biology.
Plant yourself in front of your computer and learn all about, well… plants. And stuff. [Plant with a human head using a computer]