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BOOKS ABOUT CELLS
Cell Scientists: Discovering How Cells Work: Life Science
Cell Scientists: Discovering How Cells Work: Life Science

Cells, Gels, & the Engines of Life
Cells, Gels,
and the
Engines
of Life

Cell Wars
Cell Wars

The Lives of a Cell: Notes of a Biology Watcher
The Lives of a Cell: Notes of a Biology Watcher
-Lewis Thomas

Micrographia
Micrographia
-Robert Hooke


Molecular Biology of the Cell
Molecular Biology
of the Cell

Cell and Microbe Science Fair Projects: Using Microscopes, Mold, And More
Cell and Microbe Science Fair Projects: Using Microscopes, Mold, And More

Animal Cells: The Smallest Units of Life
Animal Cells: The Smallest Units of Life

Plant Cells: The Building Blocks of Plants
Plant Cells:
The Building Blocks of Plants



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Cells: Science Education Posters & Charts
teaching resources for the science classroom and home schoolers.


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Cells are structural and functional “building block of life”. The word cell, from “cella” the Latin for small room, was adopted by English scientist Robert Hooke to describe what he saw through a microscope.

The classi cell theory was developed by Matthias Jakob Schleiden, Theodor Schwann and Rudolf Virchow.

1. All living organisms are made up of one or more cells.
2. Cells are the basic unit of life.
3. All cells arise from pre-existing cells.
4. The cell is the unit of structure, physiology, and organization in living things.
5. The cell retains a dual existence as a distinct entity and a building block in the construction of organisns.

Cell biology studies how the cell works in specialized functions like reproduction and tissue formation. Cell biologists want to know how healthy cells carry out their jobs, and how disease affects cells.

Cell biology draws heavily on genetics to research such things as human and animal cloning, how cells recognize each other during the immune response, how cancerous cells are formed, and how cells can be used to make useful products.

Cell biologists have learned how to transform fat cells into cartilage cells, which are used to replace injured tissue in joints.



Understanding Cell Structure Poster
Understanding Cell Structure Poster

descriptions: Healthy Skin Tissue; Cancerous Skin Tissue; Tumor; Lung Normal/ Lung Cancerous; Melanoma/ Carcinoma; Colon Normal/ Colon Cancerous; Breast Normal/ Breast Cancer; Testes Cancer/ Cervix Cancer
Understanding - Cancer
Biology Poster

Understanding Cells of Your Body Poster
Understanding Cells of Your Body Poster

Understanding Cell Structure Poster
Understanding Chick Embryo Poster


Mitosis Poster
Mitosis Poster

Mitosis Poster
“All change is a miracle to contemplate; but it is a miracle which is taking place every instant.” Henry David Thoreau

A: Cell membrane, B: Nucleus, C: Spindle microtubules and daughter chromosomes, D: Vacuole


Visualizing Cells Poster
Visualizing Cells
Poster

Visualizing Cells
classroom reference for a comparison of animal, plant, and bacteria cells. Includes depictions of a cell membrane, golgi apparatus, nucleus and nuclear pores, endoplasmic reticulum, chloroplasts and mitochondria.


Plant and Animal Cells Poster
Plant and Animal Cells
Poster

Plant and Animal Cell classroom reference illustrating animal and plant cells. Package contains a teacher's guide with background information and related activities.


Animal Cell Structure Chart Poster
Animal Cell
Structure Chart

Bacterial Cell Structure Chart Poster
Bacterial Cell
Structure Chart

Cell Wall Structure Chart Poster
Cell Wall
Structure Chart

Virus Structure Chart Poster
Virus Structure
Chart

Virus Replication Chart Poster
Virus Replication
Chart

diseases posters

Microbial Food Poison Chart Poster
Microbial Food
Poison Chart

Waterborne Pathogens Chart Poster
Waterborne Pathogens
Chart

food posters

Blood Cells Chart
Blood Cells Chart

Blood Cells Chart
Every type of human blood cell is clearly illustrated, Wright-stained and magnified at 3,100X, human blood cells are vividly displayed in full-color.

circulatory system anatomy posters


The Development of Blood Cells Anatomical Chart
The Development of Blood Cells Anatomical Chart

The Development of Blood Cells
Every type of human blood cell is clearly illustrated, Wright-stained and magnified at 3,100X, human blood cells are vividly displayed in full-color.

circulatory system anatomy posters


Animal Cell Mitochondria, Light Micrograph, Photographic Print
Animal Cell Mitochondria, Light Micrograph
Photographic Print

Mitochondria, a membrane-enclosed organelle found in most eukaryotic cells, generate most of the cell's adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and play an important part in metabolic tasks.

Mitochondria have slightly different DNA and appears to be transmitted in the egg only, thus giving us important information about our evolutionary history.

The word mitochondrion comes from the Greek mitos=thread + khondrian=granule.

Power, Sex, Suicide: Mitochondria and the Meaning of Life


Anthrax, Bacillus Anthracis & Red Infected Cells in Animal Tissue, Photographic Print
Anthrax, Bacillus Anthracis & Red Infected Cells in Animal Tissue
Photographic Print

Anthrax, one of the oldest recorded diseases, is caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis. The word anthrax is from the Greek word for coal, in reference to the black skin lesions victims develop in a cutaneous skin infection. Anthrax is highly lethal in some forms and is capable of forming long lived spores. German researcher Robert Koch isolated the Bacillus anthracis in 1877, French scientist Louis Pasteur developed the first effective vaccine for anthrax in 1881.

Spores, Plagues and History: The Story of Anthrax


Cancer is a group of diseases in which cells grow and divide without respect to normal limits, invade and destroy adjacent tissues, and/or spread to other locations in the body (metastatize).

The Biology of Cancer


Magnified View of Diatoms that Reproduce by Simple Cell Division Photographic Print
Magnified View of
Diatoms that Reproduce
by Simple Cell Division,
Photographic Print

Diatoms, one of the most common types of phytoplankton, usually consist of two asymmetrical sides with a split between them, hence the group name (Greek dia=through + temnein=to cut, i.e. cut in half).

The silica cell wall (frustule) show a wide variety of form in diatoms, some quite beautiful. Diatom fossil evidence suggests that they originated during, or before, the early Jurassic Period.

Diatoms: Biology and Morphology of the Genera


Nerve Cell, (Neuron from Spinal Cord) Photographic Print
Nerve Cell, (Neuron from Spinal Cord)
Photographic Print

Nerve cells, electrically excitable cells in the nervous system, process and transmit information.

Nerve Cells, Second Edition (Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience)


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