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ANATOMY OF A CELL -- Get the basic facts about cell structure along with details about the nucleus, cytoplasm, and plasma membrane.

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Cell Organelles Crossword Puzzle 51 Key Vocabulary Words

Cell Organelles Crossword Puzzle. The words used are: prokaryotic, eukaryotic, vacuole, autotroph, heterotroph, cytoskeleton, microtubules, microfilaments, organelles, digestion, lysosome, unicellular, cristae, chloroplast, cell wall, Golgi apparatus, egestion, cell membrane, ingestion, mitochondria, nucleolus, endoplasmic reticulum, nuclear membrane, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, rough endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, cytoplasm, system, chloroplast, cytoskeleton, excretion, chr... $


Classic E.histolytica troph- small central karyosome with even distribution of chromatin along nuclear membrane, finely granular cytoplasm and INGESTED RBCs- PATHOGNOMONIC (also true for E. dispar but that is non-pathogen, E. hartmanii is same but smaller and no RBC). Cysts can have up to 4 nuclei! Look for RBC in background. STOOL EIA is good test for this.

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Cell Organelles Matching Worksheet

Cell Organelles (Structure and Function) Matching Worksheet - Cells. This is a worksheet on cell organelles and their functions. There are 45 questions set up in a matching format. All questions deal with either the structure of the organelle or the functions of the organelles. Students will choose from a word bank of 21 organelles. $

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Cell Division - Mitosis and Meiosis Crossword Puzzle

This is a crossword puzzle on mitosis, meiosis and cell division. I use this as test review, but it would also make a great homework assignment. ($)


Smudge Cells Smudge cells are remnants of cells that lack any identifiable cytoplasmic membrane or nuclear structure. Smudge cells, also called basket cells, are most often associated with abnormally fragile lymphocytes in disorders such as chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). However, they can also be seen in degenerating samples; in which case, their origin may not be lymphocytic.