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Transport Vesicles (colored spheres) abound in cells [Illustration by Tomo Narashima; From "Budding Vesicles in Living Cells" by James E. Rothman and Lelio Orci, Scientific American, March 1996]

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Matter Illustrated Science Word Wall

Matter - Science Word Wall Cards

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Geological time.

Geological time. This is a great way to show the layers and could work from a history point of view.

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Body Systems, Cute Illustrations That Identify Different Parts of the Human Anatomy

Body Systems

So cool! The best site ever for molecular/cell biologists :) #science #scientific #animation #illustration #molecular #cell #biology #medicine

website with animal and plant cell model animation. Includes mitosis, meiosis, cell cycle, bacteria and more. via www.cellsalive.com

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Inner Life Of A Cell - Full Version.mkv

Inner Life Of A Cell - Full Version. This honestly is my favorite biology video I use in my class. It really instills wonder and excitement to study what is inside the cell.

WOW! is all I have to say...this video is unbelievable! What a fantastic way to introduce cells to kids!

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The 16 Best Science Visualizations of 2011

Una de los mejores imágenes 3D por ordenador de una telofase que he visto. This 3-D image illustrates a cell undergoing mitosis, or cell division. Blue represents the cellular membrane while chromosomes are shown in yellow. A fluorescent protein used to tag chromosomes, called MiniSOG, is shown flying out of the cell (top left).