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Martin Burrett

Cell Structure - 22 views

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    "Discover and explore the micro world of cells with this well design flash resource. Browse interactive diagrams of various types of living cells and try the quiz to test your knowledge."
Martin Burrett

Animal, Plant and Bacterial Cells - 86 views

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    A beautfully made science resource for exploring the different parts of animal, plants and bacterial cells. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/science
Martin Burrett

Label the Cells - 85 views

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    A whiteboard resources for labelling to major parts of an animal and plant cell. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Science
Jay Swan

Virtual Cell Animation Collection - 120 views

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    Awesome collection of downloadable cell animations.
Holly Barlaam

Virtual Cell Animations - 116 views

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    Great animations of ATP synthase, the electron transport chain, protein modification, photosystems, photosynthesis, transcription, and much more.
mrblais

Cell phones in school education is changing - 30 views

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    Districts are creating free wifi networks for student cellphone/smartphone access to add to their education program
Dallas McPheeters

Newly Discovered Protein Function Linked to Breast Cancer | UANews.org - 9 views

  • he researchers report their findings in the advance online publication of the Nature Cell Biology July issue. The cells in our bodies constantly sense their environment and respond appropriately. For example, if pathogens invade the body, cells will respond by generating an inflammatory environment to fight the pathogen. This is achieved by intricate molecular circuits within cells that sense and relay external signals and orchestrate the cellular response. Aberrant functioning of these cellular switch boards can lead to diseases including autoimmune disorders and cancer. In the study, an the scientists set out to better understand the molecular workings underlying inflammation. Inflammation, the body's primary line of defense against disease-causing microbes and parasites, is a highly complex and tightly regulated biochemical process involving a myriad of specialized cells communicating with each other through an arsenal of signaling molecules.
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      Excellent explanation of how cells communicate in the human body.
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