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CGI animation shows a variety of specialised cells to introduce the components of a cell. The presenters then build an animal cell, describing what each part does: membrane, cytoplasm and nucleus. Specialised cells are exemplified with the following: ovum, sperm, neuron.
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21 November 2008

Classroom Ideas

Students could carry out practical examination of a range of plant, animal and microbial cells, comparing their size, shape and structure and presenting their thoughts about how a cell’s appearance relates to what it does.

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