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Cell division and reproduction
Cell division and reproduction

Duration: 02:43

An investigation into reproduction and cell division in sea urchins.

 
Cell division throughout life
Cell division throughout life

Duration: 01:03

Cells continue to divide throughout life and the presenter uses grains of sugar to help visualise how many cells we produce in just twenty minutes.

 
Cells and their function
Cells and their function

Duration: 02:29

An explanation of the purpose and function of a cell.

 
Cells, organs, systems, organisms and life processes
Cells, organs, systems, organisms and life processes

Duration: 01:31

Cellular organisation is described and the seven life processes are recapped.

 
Components of an animal cell
Components of an animal cell

Duration: 02:34

The presenters build an animal cell and describe the role of the membrane, nucleus and cytoplasm.

 
Growing new skin cells
Growing new skin cells

Duration: 03:05

An investigation into how new skin, for skin grafts, is grown in the laboratory.

 
Magnified cell structure
Magnified cell structure

Duration: 02:17

The structure of red onion cells and human cheek cells is viewed under a microscope and the component parts of a cell are introduced. subtitled

 
Osmosis
Osmosis

A definition and description of osmosis through rap and practical demonstration.

 
Parts of plant and animal cells
Parts of plant and animal cells

Duration: 02:12

The differences and similarities of animal and plant cells are described.

 
Stem cell research
Stem cell research

Duration: 05:19

A description of the recent advances in stem cell research and the controversy surrounding it.

 

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