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Introduction to Animal Cells

Introduction to Animal Cells

Introduction to Animal Cells. Characteristics of Animal Cells. They are eukaryotic cells, that means they contain a membrane bound nucleus They lack a cell wall that plant cells have Generally they are larger and more complex than prokaryotic cells

By liam
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Prokaryotic V Eukaryotic

Prokaryotic V Eukaryotic

Prokaryotic V Eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells – (‘pro’ = before, ‘karyote’ = nucleus) have no nucleus or nuclear membranes. Eukaryotic cells – (‘eu’ = true, ‘karyote’ = nucleus) have a nucleus bounded by nuclear membranes. Timeline showing evolution of prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

By britain
(271 views)

DNA, Chromosomes and the Nucleus

DNA, Chromosomes and the Nucleus

DNA, Chromosomes and the Nucleus. DNA Structure. DNA Structure. What are some of the important structural features of the DNA double helix?. DNA Structure. In addition to B-DNA what other forms exist?. DNA Structure. What is supercoiled DNA and what effect does it have?

By kalani
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Cell Organelles

Cell Organelles

Cell Organelles. A Sample PowerPoint Presentation. Insert image here. Search for images of a bacterial cell at http://www.google.com/. This is a bacterial cell. Bacteria are single cell organisms. Bacteria are the oldest organisms on the earth.

By gryta
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Nuclear Fission and Fusion

Nuclear Fission and Fusion

Nuclear Fission and Fusion. Nuclear Fission . Nuclear fission : a very heavy nucleus SPLITS into more stable nuclei of intermediate mass. Can occur spontaneously or when nucleus is bombarded with a particle. Atomic bomb and nuclear reactors.

By fedora
(282 views)

Cambridge IGCSE Biology Extended Level

Cambridge IGCSE Biology Extended Level

Click Biology. Cambridge IGCSE Biology Extended Level. Classification Plants, Bacteria, Viruses and Fungi. You should be able to:. List the main visible features of monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous flowering plants.

By madelia
(686 views)

Chapter 4		 A Tour of the Cell

Chapter 4 A Tour of the Cell

Chapter 4 A Tour of the Cell. 0. All Organisms Are Composed Of Cells Cells Are The Basic Unit Of Life A Cell Has Distinct Subcellular Structures (Parts) That Are Composed Of The Four Major Classes Of Biological Molecules And They Collaborate To Perform Specific Jobs .

By kurt
(241 views)

Cell Organelles

Cell Organelles

Cell Organelles. A Sample PowerPoint Presentation. Insert image here. Search for images of a bacterial cell at http://www.google.com/. This is a bacterial cell. Bacteria are single cell organisms. Bacteria are the oldest organisms on the earth.

By keefe
(148 views)

The Cell Cycle

The Cell Cycle

The Cell Cycle. Mitosis Pg. 204- 210 in your book. Quick Facts About the Cell Cycle. The cell cycle is common to all living things It is a sequence of growth and division of a cell Two major periods of the cell cycle: I. Interphase II. Mitosis. Interphase.

By ciel
(290 views)

Waid Academy Science

Waid Academy Science

Waid Academy Science. Variety Of Life - Cells. 10. What name is given to the basic unit of all living things?. Cells Atoms Blocks Organisms. Cell membrane. Cytoplasm. Nucleus. 10. Is this a diagram of a plant or animal cell?. Plant cell Animal cell. 10.

By hung
(134 views)

Cell Membrane

Cell Membrane

Cell Membrane. Cell Wall. Nucleus. Mitochondria. Chloroplast. Golgi Apparatus. Lysosome. Ribosome.

By justin
(131 views)

Neurons

Neurons

Neurons. Neurons and neuroglia (multiple sclerosis and neuroglia) Where are neurons in the body? Types of neurons and their functions How do neurons work? Action potentials Synapses. Cell body with nucleus Axon (carries message) Note Schwann cells Dendrites (bring stimulus to cell body)

By sonja
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Neurons

Neurons

Neurons. Neurons and neuroglia (multiple sclerosis and neuroglia) Where are neurons in the body? Types of neurons and their functions How do neurons work? Action potentials Synapses. Cell body with nucleus Axon (carries message) Note Schwann cells Dendrites (bring stimulus to cell body)

By eydie
(101 views)

Metals, Non-Metals, Metalloids, and Inner Transition Metals

Metals, Non-Metals, Metalloids, and Inner Transition Metals

Metals, Non-Metals, Metalloids, and Inner Transition Metals . By Weiyi Li, Trent Davis, Alex Huddleston, and Lisa Thompson. Introduction.

By erik
(313 views)

ATOMS AND ATOMIC STRUCTURE Atom Nucleus Proton Neutron Electron

ATOMS AND ATOMIC STRUCTURE Atom Nucleus Proton Neutron Electron

ATOMS AND ATOMIC STRUCTURE Atom Nucleus Proton Neutron Electron . WHAT IS AN ATOM?. The smallest unit of an element. Consists of a central nucleus surrounded by one or more electrons. WHAT IS THE NUCLEUS?. The central part of an atom. Composed of protons and neutrons.

By Antony
(169 views)

Mitosis to Meiosis

Mitosis to Meiosis

Mitosis to Meiosis. Sept. 6, 2005. Centriole Dynamics. Mitosis. What happens in G1, S, G2? What is controlling the transitions? Explain how any process in the cell requires hundreds or thousands of genes.

By Olivia
(163 views)

Nuclear Fission

Nuclear Fission

Nuclear Fission. Incoming slow neutron. Nuclear Fission. Nuclear Fission. Incoming slow neutron. Nuclear Fission. Nuclear Fission. Incoming slow neutron. Nuclear Fission. Incoming slow neutron. Nuclear Fission. Incoming slow neutron. Nuclear Fission. Incoming slow neutron.

By makayla
(93 views)

27.1 – EARLY CONCEPTS OF LIGHT

27.1 – EARLY CONCEPTS OF LIGHT

27.1 – EARLY CONCEPTS OF LIGHT. Particle. Wave. Newton Move in straight line Massless bundles of light energy – photon Einstein – 1905 Light has dual nature. Huygens Spread out Wave theory accepted in 19 th century. 27.2 – Speed of Light. So fast – very difficult to measure Roemer

By audra
(765 views)

Cell Organelle: Analogy To A Football Team

Cell Organelle: Analogy To A Football Team

Cell Organelle: Analogy To A Football Team. How are Organelle and analogous parts similar? Example today: The New England Patriots!. Cytoplasm. Cytoplasm Cushions the inside of the cell.

By tuan
(1050 views)

Cells

Cells

Cells. Meredith Thompson. A cell is like…. A cell is like a mall , because without all the parts (organelles), nothing would function right. Nucleus. The nucleus is like the customer service center because it is the center of control. Cell Membrane.

By sumi
(93 views)

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