Every living organism is made up of cells, from single celled bacteria to complex organisms like animal and plants. What makes us different? This lesson focuses on the structure of animal, plant and bacterial cells, highlighting similarities and differences between them. It also delves into the use of microscopes, and why we might use light and electron microscopes to view cells.
Students will learn how to identify the differences between prokaryote and eukaryote cells as well as name and describe the function of structures unique to animal, plant, and bacterial cells. In addition, students will be able to describe the advantages and disadvantages to different types of microscopy in viewing cells. This class is great for all ages but especially for students revising in Years 10 and 11.
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This class is suitable for all ages but especially for students revising in Years 10 and 11.