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    Chemicals for Metabolism Help

    Introduction Chemicals for Metabolism Energy is the ability to do work. All cells derive energy from their metabolism. They use this energy to carry out their required processes of life. Different Types Of ...

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    Chemical Building Blocks Practice Test

    If necessary, review: Chemical Bonds Help Salt ...

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    Cells: The “Little Chambers” in Plants and Animals Help

    Introduction to Cells We have already encountered cells as Level V within the Pyramid of Life. Figure 5.1 reminds us that this is the so-called “Life-line,” meaning that the cell represents the lowest living level of biological ...

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    Development of the Cell Theory Help

    Introduction to the Development of the Cell Theory The topic of cells has been very important in biology since about the year 1665, with the studies of Robert Hooke, an English microscopist (my- KRAHS -cope-ist). ...

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    Prokaryotes versus Eukaryotes Help

    Introduction to Prokaryotes versus Eukaryotes The modern electron microscope has been especially valuable in viewing the organelles of the prokaryote cell, such as a bacterial cell. Such cells are only about 1/10 the size of a typical ...

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    Protein Synthesis Help

    Introduction Protein Synthesis Within the cell nucleus are a number of chromosomes ( KROH -moh-sohms) or wormlike “colored” ( chrom ) “bodies.” Each of these chromosomes, in turn, contains a number of ...

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    Transport through the Cell Membrane Help

    Introduction to Transport through the Cell Membrane The cell organelles, whether normal or abnormal, require transport systems across the cell membrane to keep themselves functioning. Transport systems within the cell, like highway ...

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    Cell Division and The Cell Cycle Help

    Introduction to Cell Division and the Cell Cycle Cells have a limited life span, and many of them are destroyed accidentally. Every single day, the human body loses millions of cells! Obviously, human beings, as well as most other ...

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    Plant And Animal Cells Practice Test

    If necessary, review: Cells Help Cell Theory Development ...

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    Bacteria Classifying and Ordering Help

    Introduction to Classifying and Ordering This section looks at the different types of bacteria in much more detail. Besides ancient bacteria, there are plants, fungi, and animals. Such defining and classifying ...

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