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Cell Project


Jungle Search for Viruses

Nathan Wolfe's Jungle Search for Viruses


Project Objective

Cells have evolved to contain many intricate structures inside of its membrane. Many of these structures serve specific purposes.You will be studying the basic anatomy of a viral/bacterial cell and determining the following:

  • When was it discovered?
  • Who discovered the organelle/virus/bacteria?
  • How large is it?
  • What is the function of the cell parts?
  • What are specific interactions with other organelles/viruses/bacteria?

Click on each of the tabs above to complete the steps in order of priority.


Cell Structure


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