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From Cells To Organisms | 3rd Edition Revised | Complete Equipment Package


How should we prevent the spread of an infectious disease?

Students investigate how scientists first learned about cells and how this discovery led to new understandings of how infectious diseases spread. They gather evidence about the structures and functions of cells, develop models of cells, and explain how cells in animals and plants get the matter and energy they need to survive and grow.

Core Science Content: Multicellular organism levels of organization, animal cell structure and function, plant cell structure and function, cell theory, germ theory of disease, cellular respiration, photosynthesis, matter and energy

PE Assessment Example: Based on what you have learned in the “Cells Alive!” activity and this activity, draw a diagram (or create another type of model) to show what happens to the food you eat. Your model should show the movement of matter and the release of energy stored in food.

LS1-1, LS1-2, LS1-6, LS1-7


Title Item # Price Quantity
COMPLETE EQUIPMENT PACKAGE: all materials for up to 5 classes of 32 students, mobile storage cart, and Online Portal License for 7 years/1 teacher. Does not include printed TE/TR or Online Student Licenses SMS-CEL-3000 $2,584.65