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Model Cells

The cell is the smallest unit of life and for many millennia single celled organisms were the only form of life on Earth. It’s this type of life that astrobiologists are looking for elsewhere in the solar system. In this activity, wallpaper paste is used to build model cells Curriculum areas covered: • Cell biology • Cell organelles The video shows Judith Green using wallpaper paste in a plastic bag to model a bacterial cell.

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