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1. Molecule types:

What exactly are the 4 types of molecules, and how do they work? Get a fun and thorough introduction (complete with examples) to carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.

2. Photosynthesis:

The scientific formula is presented here, along with a simplified equation for the hook (i.e., substituting the term “O2” for “oxygen”).

3. Nitrogen Fixation:

Describes the purpose, process, and end result of nitrogen fixation in nature.

4. Organ Evolution:

Describes the difference between analogous and homologous organs, plus vestigial organs. Of course, there are plenty of examples and catchy beats to make the concept easy to understand and commit to memory.

5. Hardy Weinberg:

Genetic codes are not exactly easy to study if you’re not a scientist. No worries; this song describes what genetic codes are made from, what their purpose is, and the findings of Hardy Weinberg.

6. Endosymbiotic Theory:

It wasn’t easy to break this theory down into easy-to-remember explanations. But we did. Enjoy the A on your next quiz!

7. Ecological Succession:

Is glaciation primary or secondary succession? It’s primary, and for the explanation and more examples, you’ll need either this song or a long session hitting the books. Totally up to you.

8. Dalton’s postulates:

Dalton had 4 postulates about atoms in elements. Never forget them again when you put this song on repeat.

9. Biological Relationships:

Mutualism, commensalism, predation, oh my! Types of biological relationships like those and more can be confusing, unless you know a song that explains and gives clear examples.

10. Red and white blood cells:

What do they do? What color is hemoglobin… and why? Understanding doesn’t have to be hard or take hours, just a quick listen or two to this song.

11. Auxins, Xylem, Phloem:

Plant life depends on these tissues. Learn the type of tissue they are and what each one does, easily!

12. Angiosperms vs. Gymnosperms:

Is a flowering plant a gymnosperm? Don’t be left guessing, master the concept with plenty of examples listed in this song (p.s… the answer to that question is No).

13. Active vs. Passive transport:

Osmosis and facilitated proteins are hard enough to understand. Make it easier on yourself with this song.

14. Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes:

Comparing these types of cells takes a LOT of knowledge. No one said you have to study for hours, though! All the main similarities and differences are crammed into this catchy rap.

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