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Plant Cell | Structure, Parts of Plant Cell | Biology@TutorVista.com

Plant Cell | Structure, Parts of Plant Cell | Biology@TutorVista.com | Cells | Scoop.it
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Cell Models: An Interactive Animation

Cell Models: An Interactive Animation | Cells | Scoop.it
An interactive flash animation comparing animal and plant cell organelles.
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Biodiversity of plant cell culture collections offers valuable source of natural insecticidal and fungicidal products

Biodiversity of plant cell culture collections offers valuable source of natural insecticidal and fungicidal products | Cells | Scoop.it
Screening large cell culture collections containing plant samples obtained from diverse geographic regions, climates, and soil and growing conditions for biological activity can reveal a wealth of natural compounds with potential applications for crop improvement and protection. The capability to do ...
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Even plant cells can be art if seen under a microscope

Even plant cells can be art if seen under a microscope | Cells | Scoop.it
Microscopes are magical portals to worlds too small to be seen with the naked eye -- to Rob Kessler, chairman of Arts, Design and Science at the
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No, plants don't have feelings

No, plants don't have feelings | Cells | Scoop.it
And the repeated attempts to suggest otherwise may betray our latent discomfort with eating animals
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Plant Cells, Chloroplasts, Cell Walls | Learn Science at Scitable

Plant Cells, Chloroplasts, Cell Walls | Learn Science at Scitable | Cells | Scoop.it
Plant cells have some specialized properties that make them distinct from animal cells. Learn how special structures, such as chloroplasts and cell walls, create this distinction.
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With freezing weather on the way, plants need care, too | AgriLife Today

With freezing weather on the way, plants need care, too | AgriLife Today | Cells | Scoop.it
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Re-learning how to read a genome

Re-learning how to read a genome | Cells | Scoop.it
There are roughly 20,000 genes and thousands of other regulatory 'elements' stored within our DNA. Somehow all of this coded information needs to be read and transcribed into messages that can be used by cells. New research has revealed that the initial steps of the reading process are actually remarkably similar at both genes and regulatory elements. The main differences seem to occur after the initial step, in the length and stability of the messages.
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Cell architecture: Finding common ground

Cell architecture: Finding common ground | Cells | Scoop.it
When it comes to cellular architecture, function follows form. Plant cells contain a dynamic cytoskeleton which is responsible for directing cell growth, development, movement, and division. So over time, changes in the cytoskeleton form the shape and behavior of cells and, ultimately, the structure ...
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Biochemistry detective work: Algae at night

Biochemistry detective work: Algae at night | Cells | Scoop.it
Photosynthesis is probably the most well-known aspect of plant biochemistry. It enables plants, algae and select bacteria to transform the energy from sunlight during the daytime into chemical energy in the form of sugars and starches (as well as oils and proteins), and it involves taking in carbon dioxide from the air and releasing oxygen derived from water molecules.
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