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7th Grade Cell Project
Listed below are books that focus on cells. Books are authoritative, age-appropriate, and easy to cite!
Here are two e-rererence books that may be helpful in your study of cells. Click on the book covers to access the content, then click on Book Index.
Note that there is a citation at the end of each article. These citations can be cut and pasted into NoodleTools.
Here are some databases that focus on science. Remember: Databases typically provide citations at the end of each article.
Britannica School This link opens in a new window
Quick facts & in-depth info on a variety of subjects.
Science resources from respected sources, such as PBS, Discovery, NOVA, and more.
Listed below are websites specifically selected for this project. They are trustworthy and authoritative.
Websites and Multimedia Presentations
An interactive exhibit from Exploratorium, the museum of science, art and human perception.
Interactive visuals about plant and animal cells.
Genetic Science Learning Center
Learn Genetics, brought to you by the University of Utah, delivers educational materials on genetics, bioscience and health topics.
Genetic Science Learning Center: Amazing Cells
Learn about cells, DNA, genes, and heredity from the University of Utah.
Genetics Home Reference
What is a cell? Click on the parts of a cell to view illustrations.
Khan Academy - Science
Practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that allow students to study at their own pace.
TED-Ed: Cell Membranes Are More Complicated than You Think
How does the membrane work, and where does that strength come from? Watch this short video to find out.
The Twisting Tale of DNA
View this 4-minute animation about cells, genes, and DNA.