Inside the Cell is a science education booklet that explores the interior design of cells and vividly describes the processes that take place within its organelles and structures. Each chapter includes a few review questions.
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Engages readers by vividly describing cellular functions.
Shrinks readers down to 0.5 micrometers so they can explore the cell and its organelles first-hand and close-up.
Describes functions shared by virtually all cells: making fuel and proteins, transporting materials, and disposing of wastes.
Explains how cells specialize. Features a number of cell types: nerves, sensory cells, white blood cells, and stem cells.
Covers the cell cycle, mitosis and meiosis, and why you're not just like your relatives.
Covers cellular aging and explains apoptosis and necrosis.
Defines terms used in the booklet.
A crossword puzzle covering topics in the booklet.
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