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Cell Reproduction
Cell Structure
Cell Transport
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Chloroplasts
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Diffusion
Endocytosis
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Genes
Golgi Complex
Leukocytes
Meiosis
Mitochondria
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LessonCorner Lesson Plans for Cell Biology
  1.   Intro to Microscopes
The human eye cannot distinguish objects much smaller than 0.1 mm in size. The microscope is a biological tool that extends vision and allows observation of much smaller objects. The most commonly used compound microscope is monocular (one eyepiece). Light reaches the eye after being passed through the objects to be examined. In this investigation, you will learn how to use and care for a microscope.

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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   The Study of Cells
This lesson set covers cells. It goes along with Harcourt’s Georgia Edition Fifth Grade Science book. It may take several days to cover the material. This lesson set provides the material the student’s need to learn. There are optional worksheets and a fun assessment at the end!

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    Grade Level: 3-5

LessonCorner Worksheets for Cell Biology
  1.   World Of Genetics
Adenine, Allele, Amino Acids, Blood Types, Cell Reproduction, Chromosomes, Cloning, Codominant, Colorblindness, Cross Pollination
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  2.   Cell Process
Metabolism, Krebs Cycle, Cytokinesis, Involution, Hypostasis, Expression, Digestion, Carbon Cycle, Digestion, Transcription
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  3.   Cell Division
Cell Cycle, DNA, Chromosome, Interphase, Binary Fission, Cytokinesis, Regeneration, Mutation, Mitosis, Meiosis
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 1000 for Cell Biology
  1.   "Attack a Cell..."
"Attack A Cell, Any Cell" Disease Unit CONTENT AREA: 7th grade science RATIONALE SCENARIO PURPOSE/GOAL: To present information gathered and deducted about a chosen disease in one of the suggested formats by utilizing the Internet as a current and immediate tool for accessing information, and to also receive a greater understanding in...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   Cell Energy - Bubbling Yeast
Physiology Box My Science Box hands-on science curriculum for the adventurous teacher Ecology Watersheds Geology Tectonics Physiology Genetics Exploratorium Drop Box About Home » Grade level » 6-8 6. Cell Energy - Bubbling Yeast Summary Bubbling Yeast: Thanks to Ellen Loehman for creating this image.Bubbling Yeast: Thanks to Ellen Loehman for creating this image.Yeast are a single celled fungi that are a great model organism for studying respiration in the classroom. The species Saccharomyces cerevisiae is commonly used...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  3.   Cell Energy - Bubbling Plants
Physiology Box My Science Box hands-on science curriculum for the adventurous teacher Ecology Watersheds Geology Tectonics Physiology Genetics Exploratorium Drop Box About Home » Grade level » 6-8 6. Cell Energy - Bubbling Plants Elodea nuttallii: Image courtesy of Christopher Fischer. Elodea nuttallii: Image courtesy of Christopher Fischer. Summary Students often believe that only animals ?breathe?, but all things exchange gases with their environment. It?s just that the process is not so obvious in plants. Elodea is a...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  4.   Introduction To Cell Structure and Function: What's Inside a Cell?
...g have to use their safety senses to rescue the family trapped inside. What do our heroes do to help them? How do they do it? Will they get the family out in time-and safely? Find out in this exciting Danger Rangers adventure. Buy It! Education ETV Home > Education > Ntti > Lessons > 1998 lessons > Cellstructure 1998 National Teacher Training Institute NTTI K- 3rd Grade Lesson Plans Introduction To Cell Structure and Function: What's Inside a Cell? (Grade 10) MASTER TEACHER Gloria Brigman OVERVIEW This lesson is designed to introduce students to the cell and some of its parts. Through the use of video, students will b...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   What Happens When A Cell Divides?
...n Charleston, SC when a roof collapsed during a fire at a furniture warehouse. The service was held at the North Charleston Coliseum on June 22, 2007. Portions of the proceeds will be donated to the Firefighters Memorial Fund. Buy It! Education ETV Home > Education > Ntti > Lessons > 1998 lessons > Celldivides 1998 National Teacher Training Institute NTTI K- 3rd Grade Lesson Plans Biology: What Happens When A Cell Divides? (Grades 10) MASTER TEACHER Gloria Brigman OVERVIEW This lesson is designed to show the students how a cell reproduces. Through the use of video, students will see the different phases of mitosis. IT...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Genetics A Cell is Like a City
A Cell Is Like A City Teacher: Vanessa A. Bishop Subject: Biology Grade Level(s): 7 9 10 11 12 Target Audience: Biology I, II, AP Biology and Life Science Materials Needed: various Class Time: 1 week Brief Summary: This activity, which can be modified to meet the needs of the class, reinforces the understanding of structure a...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  7.   The Great Divide (Cell Division and DNA Replication)
The Great Divide (Cell Division and DNA Replication) Grade Level or Special Area: 7th grade Science and Technology Written by: Ember Babcock and Charlene Campbell, Jefferson Academy, Broomfield, CO Length of Unit: Three lessons (approximately three weeks (14-17 days), one day= 45 minutes) I. ABSTRACT The focus of this 7th grade science and t...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   Lesson 7: Cells
Cells Grade Level Prospective and Practicing K-8 Teachers; may be adapted for use in elementary classes. Time Exercises 1, 2, and 3 take approximately 2 hours. To Ponder 1. Are cells alive? Why do you think this? 2. Where are cells located in your body? 3. Where do the cells in your body get energy? 4. How do your cells kno...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  9.   Multiplication in Cells
Multiplication in Cells Description The students model cell division processes of mitosis and meiosis. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SC.F.1.4.1 The student knows that the body processes involve specific biochemical reactions governed by biochemical principles. SC.F.1.4.2 The student knows that body structures are uniquely design...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Plant & Animal Biology
Plant & Animal Biology Internet Lesson Plan Grade level: 8-12 Teacher Activities Goal: To utilize Internet sources to learn about plants, animals, human physiology and biological advancement issues. Objectives: At the end of the unit, the participant will be able to: * * * * * * * * * * Identify the components of a plant cell. Understand...
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    Grade Level: 6-12


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