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Proteins

This issue of the Big Picture explores proteins by their different function, with examples of how they give structure to living things, carry messages and molecules around our bodies, support the immune system, catalyse chemical reactions, and their use in industry and medicine: [b]Probing proteins[/b] A...

The Cell

This extensive resource includes a video, presentations, lesson plan and an issue of the Big Picture covering most aspects of cell biology for post-16 students. The aspects of cell biology covered include: Cell structure Cell signalling Cell division Apoptosis Lysosomes Stem cell research

Malaria Challenge

Produced by the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, this multimedia resource explores the five major stages of the malaria lifecycle, highlighting the role of the Plasmodium parasite at each stage. The resource predominantly focuses on Plasmodium falciparum but does also make reference to other Plasmodium species...

Light sabers presentation and experiments

Presentation on science of lightsabers and comparing them to lasers and plasma torches. Looking at uses of lasers. Experiments on light and colours

Relative size answer sheet

Answers to our relative size card sorting activity

Relative size activity cards

Space is huge and understanding magnitude of numbers is vital. Print and use these 25 cards to sort in order of size, from the width of DNA to the distance from Earth to the Andromeda galaxy.

What’s in that cell answer sheet

Answer sheet for the card game ‘What’s in that cell?’

What’s in that cell card game

Use our downloadable cards to check knowledge of the organelles in different types of cell.

 

These cards help students to compare and contrast the four major types of cells (plant, animal, fungal, bacterial). You could use them as simple...

What’s in that cell?

Use our downloadable cards to check knowledge of the organelles in different types of cell.

These cards help students to compare and contrast the four major types of cells (plant, animal, fungal, bacterial). You could use them as simple revision...

Enzymes are Proteins

Enzymes are proteins that speed up the reactions by acting as catalysts. They increase the rate of reaction without being consumed or permanently altered by themselves. In Greek enzymes are divided into sections “En” which means “in” and second part is “zyme” means living. The study of enzymes is known as...

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