Reinforcing Science Education through Music, Song, and Animation
 

Biology Music Songs

Biol-O-Gee R.A.P.™ is a series of fun and informative animated music videos and songs for high school and higher ed students.

The Biol-O-Gee R.A.P.™ songs are based on the BioL-O-Gee R.A.P.TM videos. Each song lyrically summarizes a lesson presented in class. The lyrics are set to music and sung by some of the finest talent in the entertainment industry and provide an exciting way for students to review scientific terms and processes.

The Biol-O-Gee R.A.P.™ songs are supplementary teaching tools; they should be used in conjunction with classroom teachings, online instruction, textbooks, and/or review books.

The roles of the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi bodies, mitochondria, lysosomes, peroxisomes and other cell parts are described in a fun, memorable way.
Rhyming lyrics and catchy beats describe the processes of systole, diastole, gas exchange, oxygen transport, and carbon dioxide transport in a memorable way.
Explains why the anatomical figure, anatomical position, anatomical terms, directional terms, and body planes are used when describing the human body.
The roles of the blood plasma, red bone marrow, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets explained in an exciting and memorable way.
Explains the structure and functions of the human digestive system as the first bite of a sandwich travels through the GI tract and gets digested and absorbed.
The processes of inhalation, gas exchange, exhalation, oxygen transport and carbon dioxide transport are described in a clear and upbeat way.
Listen to how a plant uses energy from the sun, water, chlorophyll, and enzymes to produce ATP and NADPH, the energy-rich compounds that power the Calvin cycle.
Listen to how a plant uses carbon dioxide, enzymes, ATP, and NADPH to create G3P, a three carbon sugar needed to make glucose and other organic molecules.