Cells and Tissues

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General Cells
Histology
Cancer
Organelles
Cell Transport
Cell Membrane

General Cells

This graphic organizer (concept map) organizes the cell structures around the three main parts of the eukaryotic cell: the nucleus, cytoplasm, and cell membrane

Cell Structures: A Graphic Organizer |

This graphic organizer (concept map) organizes the cell structures around the three main parts of the eukaryotic cell: the nucleus, cytoplasm, and cell membrane.

Human Cells - Anything But Simple Chart

Learn about the variety and complexity of human cells.

Cells Breakout, Unlock the Box, Escape Room. This breakout challenge will require your students to use their understanding of the cell theory, functions of cell parts and differences between plant and animal cells to unlock the box before time expires. Students love this activity that requires them to use their content knowledge along with critical thinking skills to successfully break out!

Cells Escape Room Digital Distance Learning Breakout

Cells Breakout, Unlock the Box, Escape Room. This breakout challenge will require your students to use their understanding of the cell theory, functions of cell parts and differences between plant and animal cells to unlock the box before time expires. Students love this activity that requires them to use their content knowledge along with critical thinking skills to successfully break out!

Stem cell humor

Stem cell humor

From skin cells to brain cells. #mindblown

Building a world that works | General Electric

From skin cells to brain cells. #mindblown

:-) Let it snow!

Cartoon Of The Day: Stem Cells - Common Sense Evaluation

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Amazing online resource from the Genetic Science Learning Center. Lots to explore beyond Cell Size and Scale.

Learn.Genetics

Amazing online resource from the Genetic Science Learning Center. Lots to explore beyond Cell Size and Scale.

CELLS CONCEPT MAP

Cell Concept Map

Graphic organizer focusing on the parts of the cell and how they are related; students fill in the blanks to show those relationships.

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Histology

This is the Dennis Kunkel Microscopy website. It has INCREDIBLE pictures of all kinds of cells and microscopic creatures. I used it extensively when I was teaching anatomy and physiology at a technical trades school. Another favorite that I love to just go and look at - fascinating!

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Discover the science of biopsies with this simple anatomy experiment!

Biopsy Science Experiment

This post contains affiliate links. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a biopsy is the removal of tissue, cells, or fluids from someone's body in order to check for illness. Most often, biopsies are associated with cancer diagnosis. A doctor might order a biopsy when initial examination of the tissues is not normal or if symptoms warrant a biopsy. Types Of Biopsies Needle Biopsy. Needle biopsies are done in different ways depending on where the suspicious tissue or fluid is that…

Epithelial Tissue Breakdown

My Anatomy Mentor

"You've got to Verbalize, to be able to Visualize." SILnM

Fat cells ... :/

Fat cells ... :/

Body tissues

Body tissues

3D Medical Animation - What is Cancer?

3D Medical Animation - What is Cancer?

"What is Cancer?" is a 3D Animation which depicts the growth of a tumor. (music by: Bjorn Lynne - Blissful Moments, courtesy of www.Shockwave-Sound.com)

Elastic cartilage from the outer ear. Elastic cartilage, which maintains the shape of the pinna, contains fibers of the protein elastin

Elastic cartilage, SEM - Stock Image - P174/0039

Elastic cartilage. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through elastic cartilage (green) from a pinna (external ear).

WOW! is all I have to say...this video is unbelievable! What a fantastic way to introduce cells to kids!

Introduction to Cells

This HD dramatic video choreographed to powerful music introduces the viewer/student to the wonder and miracle of cells. It is designed as a motivational "tr...

Trachea lining. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through the wall of a trachea (wind pipe). The trachea links the larynx to the lungs. The lining consists of mucus-secreting goblet cells (one seen at centre, pink) and epithelial cells (vertical) that are covered in cilia (hair-like). Mucus traps debris, such as dust particles or bacteria, in the inhaled air, while the beating of the cilia moves the mucus and particles upwards out of the respiratory tract. This helps…

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Cancer

Science Reading #5 - Cancer Sniffing Dogs - Sub Plan (Google Slide & PDF)

This science article / sub plan comes in two versions (with answer key): 1) easily printable PDFs, as well as 2) Google Slides for distance learning. Students can type in their answers directly in the Google Slides. This resource spans two pages in total with 1 and 1/3 pages of article and 2/3 pages...

How does cancer spread from one organ to another? A crash course on metastasis:

How does cancer spread through the body? - Ivan Seah Yu Jun

Cancer usually begins with one tumor in a specific area of the body. But if the tumor is not removed, cancer has the ability to spread to nearby organs as well as places far away from the origin, like the brain. How does cancer move to these new areas and why are some organs more likely to get

Cancer: Unregulated cell growth Amazing animation of cancerous cell growth compared to normal cell growth. Includes cell cycle animations.

Cancer: Unregulated Cell Division

Cancer: Unregulated cell growth Amazing animation of cancerous cell growth compared to normal cell growth. Includes cell cycle animations.

Organelles

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Cell Transport

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Cell Membrane

Cell Membrane Soap Bubble Lab. Soap bubbles behave a lot like cell membranes. They're flexible and can self-repair. This video highlights the use of soap bubbles to perform a cell membrane lab in a 10th grade biology class. Several membrane properties are demonstrated, such as fluidity, self-repair, and the incorporation of membrane proteins. The lab is simple to perform, has a lot of instructional value, and is just plain fun!

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The other day I was meandering the web looking for new ways to teach about membranes, the cellular variety. In my search I was hoping to find something tangible for my students to experience that …

This is the Dennis Kunkel Microscopy website. It has INCREDIBLE pictures of all kinds of cells and microscopic creatures. I used it extensively when I was teaching anatomy and physiology at a technical trades school. Another favorite that I love to just go and look at - fascinating!

Stock Microscopy Images

Now exclusively available on Science Photo Library.

Discover the science of biopsies with this simple anatomy experiment!

Biopsy Science Experiment

This post contains affiliate links. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a biopsy is the removal of tissue, cells, or fluids from someone's body in order to check for illness. Most often, biopsies are associated with cancer diagnosis. A doctor might order a biopsy when initial examination of the tissues is not normal or if symptoms warrant a biopsy. Types Of Biopsies Needle Biopsy. Needle biopsies are done in different ways depending on where the suspicious tissue or fluid is that…

Epithelial Tissue Breakdown

My Anatomy Mentor

"You've got to Verbalize, to be able to Visualize." SILnM

Science Reading #5 - Cancer Sniffing Dogs - Sub Plan (Google Slide & PDF)

This science article / sub plan comes in two versions (with answer key): 1) easily printable PDFs, as well as 2) Google Slides for distance learning. Students can type in their answers directly in the Google Slides. This resource spans two pages in total with 1 and 1/3 pages of article and 2/3 pages...

How does cancer spread from one organ to another? A crash course on metastasis:

How does cancer spread through the body? - Ivan Seah Yu Jun

Cancer usually begins with one tumor in a specific area of the body. But if the tumor is not removed, cancer has the ability to spread to nearby organs as well as places far away from the origin, like the brain. How does cancer move to these new areas and why are some organs more likely to get

Cancer: Unregulated cell growth Amazing animation of cancerous cell growth compared to normal cell growth. Includes cell cycle animations.

Cancer: Unregulated Cell Division

Cancer: Unregulated cell growth Amazing animation of cancerous cell growth compared to normal cell growth. Includes cell cycle animations.

Fat cells ... :/

Fat cells ... :/

This graphic organizer (concept map) organizes the cell structures around the three main parts of the eukaryotic cell: the nucleus, cytoplasm, and cell membrane

Cell Structures: A Graphic Organizer |

This graphic organizer (concept map) organizes the cell structures around the three main parts of the eukaryotic cell: the nucleus, cytoplasm, and cell membrane.

Human Cells - Anything But Simple Chart

Learn about the variety and complexity of human cells.

Cells Breakout, Unlock the Box, Escape Room. This breakout challenge will require your students to use their understanding of the cell theory, functions of cell parts and differences between plant and animal cells to unlock the box before time expires. Students love this activity that requires them to use their content knowledge along with critical thinking skills to successfully break out!

Cells Escape Room Digital Distance Learning Breakout

Cells Breakout, Unlock the Box, Escape Room. This breakout challenge will require your students to use their understanding of the cell theory, functions of cell parts and differences between plant and animal cells to unlock the box before time expires. Students love this activity that requires them to use their content knowledge along with critical thinking skills to successfully break out!

Stem cell humor

Stem cell humor

From skin cells to brain cells. #mindblown

Building a world that works | General Electric

From skin cells to brain cells. #mindblown

:-) Let it snow!

Cartoon Of The Day: Stem Cells - Common Sense Evaluation

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Amazing online resource from the Genetic Science Learning Center. Lots to explore beyond Cell Size and Scale.

Learn.Genetics

Amazing online resource from the Genetic Science Learning Center. Lots to explore beyond Cell Size and Scale.

CELLS CONCEPT MAP

Cell Concept Map

Graphic organizer focusing on the parts of the cell and how they are related; students fill in the blanks to show those relationships.

www.arthursclipart.org

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