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Record some interesting and amazing facts about the cell
sturctures as you begin to find information about the cell structures.
Include a list of bookmarks and/or print the most important
resources you find on-line.
Include the following structures in the story: cell
membrane, mitochondria, golgi apparatus, endoplasmic reticulum, vessicle,
lysosome, ribosome, centriole, vacuole, microtubles, and the nucleus (nuclear
membrane, chromatin material, and nucleolus).
Include the following cellular process in your story:
respiration, DNA replication, protein syntheis including transcription
and translation, the functions of the other organells and mitosis.
Incorporate how the structures interact with each other.
- Create a "cell story" using the computer or
in a notebook or using another media form. Some exaples are: a multimedia
presentation, three dimentional model or skit about a cell.
Be creative as you develop the story. Make the story fun and exciting.
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