The phosphorus cycle

Phosphorus moves in a cycle through rocks ...

How humans use bacteria

We use bacteria to improve our lives in many ...

Hookworm

Professor Graham Le Gros from the Malaghan ...

Tectonic plates animation

This animated video shows the movement of the ...

Virus replication

Different viruses infect cells in different ...

Bacterial DNA

Bacteria have a single circular chromosome ...

Boy with grazed elbow

Microorganisms that live all over your skin ...

Nutrient leaching

Dr Ross Monaghan from AgResearch at Invermay ...

T helper cell response to virus ...

Immune response is extremely complex. This ...

Fungi in the lab

How do you grow fungi in the lab? How do you ...

Phosphorus availability to plants

A lot of the phosphorus in soils is ...

Denitrification process

Dr Selai Letica explains the process of ...

Campylobacter bacteria

Campylobacter bacteria have a distinct spiral ...

Nitrification inhibitors

Dr Ross Monaghan from AgResearch at Invermay ...

The body’s defence

Professor Graham Le Gros from the Malaghan ...

Soil formation

Professor Louis Schipper from Waikato ...

Kiwi adaptations

Structural adaptations that kiwi have include ...

What is snot?

Dr Joanna Kirman talks about snot. Although ...

Cloning DNA

To clone a stretch of DNA (such as a gene) ...

Bacterial transformation

Bacteria containing plasmids are selected for ...

What are viruses?

Dr Wendy Williamson of ESR’s water management ...

Plasmid vector

Key features of a typical plasmid vector are ...

Escherichia coli bacteria

Escherichia coli (E. coli) is a rod-shaped ...

Structure of an animal cell

Outline drawing of an animal cell showing the ...

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