Cellular Biology Teacher Resources
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Learners differentiate passive and active transport. In this biology lesson plan, students discover how substances pass through the cell membrane. They discuss the pros and cons of biotechnology.
Students model the plasticity of neural pathways for memory in the brain. They simulate the cell activity according to dots on cards that they are given. They complete various simulations of different cell combinations.
Students study tissue engineering and its risks and benefits. In this biology instructional activity students take a stand on a side then research and support their position.
Students microscopically observe various subcellular components. They determine the effects of different salt solutions on Elodea plant cells. Students explain the major function of a cell membrane and describe its structure.
In this biology worksheet, students complete a crossword puzzle by choosing vocabulary words from a word bank to match with 94 clues given relating to all basic biology topics.
With a multitude of questions, this worksheet offers learners the opportunity to review their knowledge about the cell cycle. Question types include true/false, word bank, and completing a table about the differences between interphase and mitosis. Additionally, students label diagrams with the phases of mitosis (terms are provided) and answer a short question about mitosis.
In this cells worksheet, students will review the parts of an atom and the characteristics of eukaryotes, prokaryotes, and cell organelles. Students will compare diffusion and osmosis, review the steps of mitosis, and look at how cells get their energy. This worksheet has 11 matching, 10 fill in the blank, 3 short answer, and 4 true or false questions.
Learners discuss the importance of reproduction of cells. They identify and describe the stages of Mitosis. They discover what happens to chromosomes and DNA during reproduction.
In this cell structure worksheet, students review the structure and function of eukaryotic cells. Students also compare and contrast an animal cell with a plant cell. This worksheet has 15 fill in the blank, 8 true or false, and 7 matching questions.
In this cell worksheet, students answer 21 questions about the cell. Topics include structures of the cell and their functions, types of cells and the complex cellular membrane.
In this plants worksheet, students review 17 vocabulary words associated with the different types of plant cells and tissues. This worksheet has 17 matching questions.
In this science of biology worksheet, students will review the concepts relating to biology including the characteristics of living things, the process of reproduction, adaptations, and evolution. This worksheet has 5 short answer, 3 true or false, 8 fill in the blank, 4 multiple choice, and 5 matching questions.
In this biology worksheet, students review the characteristics of life and the scientific method. This worksheet has 19 fill in the blank, 6 matching, and 2 short answer questions.
Students compare and contrast plant and animal cells and then create a model of the latter. They visit Websites to view the cells and answer questions about them. In pairs, students create cell models using plastic baggies, syrup, buttons, and other assorted materials.
Students investigate cell growth. In this cell replication lesson, students investigate mitosis and uncontrolled cell division such as cancer. They analyze different point of view regarding human cloning.
Students investigate how mutations lead to changes in cell structure and function. They construct an oligonucleotide, identify a protein sequence, design a step-by-step mechanism of how they think cells repair damaged DNA, and prepare and observe cells of yeast cells.
Students differentiate between plant and animal cells. They identify the structures central to plant cells. They complete a Venn Diagram listing the differences between animal and plant cells.
Students differentiate between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. They examine pictures of prokaryotes and eukaryotes and write down the differences between the two. They complete a Venn Diagram on the cells.
In this cells vocabulary activity, students draw lines to match 12 words that pertain to cell biology to their meanings in another column.
In this cellular worksheet students complete a series of multiple choice questions on cell respiration, proteins and photosynthesis.