Matias Toro
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Food Webs The energy and nutrient connections in nature are more accurately shown by a food web than by a food chain. A  food web  is a diagram that shows the feeding relationships between...  An example of a food web

Food Webs The energy and nutrient connections in nature are more accurately shown by a food web than by a food chain. A food web is a diagram that shows the feeding relationships between. An example of a food web

The Plasma Membrane - Shmoop Biology diagram of the cellular membrane

Shmoop Biology explains The Plasma Membrane. Learning and teaching resource for The Plasma Membrane written by PhD students from Stanford, Harvard, Berkeley

The lipid bilayer and the structure and composition of a glycerophospholipid molecule | Learn Science at Scitable diagram showing the composition of a lipid

The lipid bilayer and the structure and composition of a glycerophospholipid molecule

external image SB9-4.JPG diagram showing the light reflected by chlorophil

Picture showing how colors absorb light and reflect only that color to our eyes

Nitrogen Cycle - The Environmental Literacy Council diagram expalining the nitrogen cycle

I like this page because it has a really clear description for each of the processes of the nitrogen cycle, including nitrogen fixation, nitrification, and assimilation

Functions of chloroplast. A diagram of how photosynthesis works.

This is the process called photosynthesis. All marine plants use this cycle to grow and produce organic matter for themselves and other organisms. Photosynthesis also helps with plant growth (kelp can grow up to feet per day!

Plagiomnium ellipticum cells with visible chloroplasts. Chloroplasts in a plant cell

I was pondering how to get a good look at plant cells with low cost, and I thought about Brad’s work with onion root tips in visualizing mitotic cells.

A diagram of a the parts of a prokaryote cell

Prokaryote - A structural diagram of a bacterium. Bacteria are one domain of prokaryote, single-celled organisms which lack a membrane-bound nucleus (karyon), mitochondria, or any other membrane-bound organelles.