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Examine the cell structure of various cells and then build a cell.
Select from interactive cell models, animations, puzzles and quizzes.
Build a Cell
Can the cell you build survive in a hostile environment? P.S. Enjoy the jazz :-)
A Tour of the Cell
Click on each number in the animation to learn more.
Cell Biology Animation
Select from Cell Function Overview, Cell Anatomy and Cell Membrane.
Call Number: 571.6 SIL
The World of the Cell by
Call Number: 571.6 SNE
Publication Date: 2007-07-01
Cell Division and Genetics
Call Number: 571.8 SNE
Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia
Also includes The New Book of Popular Science.
An Owners Guide to the Cells
This National Institute of Health website includes diagrams and charts to illustrate the text, which describes various aspects of cells.
Introducing the Cell
This narrated PowerPoint provides an overview of the various types of cells and how they work.
Cell Scale and Size
How big...or how small...is a cell?
Before you play the game, check out the tutorial. Mouse over parts of animal, plant and bacterial cells for more info.
This web site has information on how cells communicate and a really cool mouse over of cell structure.
Cell Structure and Function
Provides a brief overview with diagrams of prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells.
Easy to understand description of cells, cell structure and function. Diagrams included.
Cancer: Cells Behaving Badly
This Exploratorium site examines the profile of a cancer cell.
Biology: the Cell
Diagrams and video explain cells and trivia is interesting. The word "cell" comes from what Latin word?
Games (a.k.a. Test Yourself)
Click on the cover to access the e-book. Remember that you will need only the school database password, not your library card number. Also available in print reference.
Marshall Cavendish Science Reference Center