Policy for Linking to The Biology Project
Thank you for visiting The Biology Project and for your interest in linking to our web site. Only sites that provide free access to all have our permission to link to our main page or to internal documents.
Linking to our main page
||Please link to our main page at http://www.biology.arizona.edu
At a minimum, include the following text in your link:
The Biology Project, developed at The University of Arizona.
If you have space, please include the preferred text:
The Biology Project is an interactive online resource for learning biology, developed at The University of Arizona.
Linking to internal pages
If you link to an individual problem set or activity at The Biology Project, also include a link to our main page. For example:
Monohybrid Cross Problem Set at The Biology Project, developed at The University of Arizona.
If you have room for a description of the problem set or activity on your page, feel free to use/modify descriptions that we've written. For example, the following text was taken from the activity description on the Mendelian Genetics page.
The Monohybrid Cross Problem Set at The Biology Project will help you learn about the basic principles that govern Mendelian inheritance in plants and animals.
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