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About Our series of animated music videos for high school and college students are enjoyable for students of all ages. The videos provide a dynamic way for students to review and recall scientific terms and processes learned in school; they will engage students, support educators, and enhance the learning experience.
Meet The Team Behind BIOL-O-GEE R.A.P. Our team is comprised of highly accomplished professionals in the fields of education, allied health, agronomy, music production, audio engineering, performing arts, visual arts, and graphic design.
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BIOL-O-GEE R.A.P. - Photosynthesis Part II This exciting music video explains how a green plant takes in carbon dioxide from the air and uses the carbon dioxide, enzymes, and ATP and NADPH to create G3P, the three carbon sugar needed to make glucose.
BIOL-O-GEE R.A.P. - Organelles This animated music video describes the roles of the typical organelles and cell parts found in a eukaryotic animal cell.
BIOL-O-GEE R.A.P. - The Anatomical Figure Video guided tour of the anatomical figure. Directional terms and body planes are defined in an upbeat fashion. Suitable for General Biology, AP Biology, Bio 101, Anatomy & Physiology, Health
BIOL-O-GEE R.A.P. - Bloodstream This upbeat animated music video describes how blood courses through the human circulatory system, transporting nutrients, gases, and wastes to their destinations.
BIOL-O-GEE R.A.P. - Respiration This music video explains the structure and functions of the human respiratory system as air travels in and out of the respiratory tract during one breathing cycle.
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Organelles This upbeat rap song describes the functions of the typical organelles found inside a general, eukaryotic animal cell. The roles of the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi bodies, mitochondria, lysosomes, peroxisomes and other cell parts are described in a fun-filled, memorable way.
Circulation Introduce, study, or review the functions of the human circulatory system with this exciting song. Listen to how blood flows through the heart and body, delivering products to their destination.
Anatomical Figure This lively rap song explains the why the anatomical figure, the anatomical position, anatomical terms, directional terms, and body planes are used when describing the human body
Bloodstream This upbeat song describes the functions of the human bloodstream in a fun and memorable way.
Digestion This engaging rap song 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 along the way.
Respiration This BioL-O-Gee R.A.P. song explains the functions of the human respiratory system as air passes in and out of the respiratory tract during one breathing cycle.
Videos This series of fun and informative animated music videos designed for high school and higher education biology students, help to reinforce the science learned in school in an exciting and effective way.
Audio 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 biology students.
Janet L. McDonald, MS, RD Lyricist Janet L. McDonald is also the creator of Biology Music Videos. Her clinical background, teaching skills, and writing ability enable her to create science-based videos which are unique, fun, and factual.
Darcy Vorhees Darcy Vorhees is an entrepreneurial animator, illustrator, and designer. Her work is infused with humor, emotion, and imagination.
Kathleen A. Nolan, Ph.D. Science Reviewer Kathleen Nolan holds a Ph.D. from the City University of New York, an M.A. degree from City College, and a B.S. degree from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.
Arty Skye Composer, Arranger, Audio Engineer Arty Skye combines his passion for music with his passion for science to create original, contemporary musical compositions for us.
Kelly-Ann Krawchuk Production Coordinator Kelly-Ann Krawchuk is a dynamic administrator who oversees every aspect of our videos from inception to completion.