The Structure of Cells
Cells are often referred to as the “building blocks of life.” All living organisms contain these smallest units of life that can replicate independently.
Each cell, whether prokaryotic or eukarotic, contains a structural, functional and biological purpose. Discover more about the structure of cells.
Author(s): Deanne Erdmann MS
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Energy Flow in Ecosystems
Energy for Living Organisms
The Kingdom Protista or Protoctista
Ecological Importance of Protists
Ecological Importance of Fungi
Measuring with an Eyepiece Reticule
Prepare Slides of Microbes to Observe
EXTENSION: Microscopic Pond Life
Comparing Groups of Microbes
Organizing by Microbe Groups
Looking “Through” a Specimen
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