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A cell of one's own

 Imagine having a microscopic camera so small that you could travel inside a cell. This interactive site allows you to do just that. Click on any one of eight individual parts of the cell cell membrane, nucleus, DNA, RNA, ribosome,
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 Imagine having a microscopic camera so small that you could travel inside a cell. This interactive site allows you to do just that. Click on any one of eight individual parts of the cell--cell membrane, nucleus, DNA, RNA, ribosome, protein, endoplasmic reticulum, or mitochondria--and learn its function and appearance.

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