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I created this edible "phospholipid bilayer" activity to help my students remember the structure and key parts of a typical cell membrane.

Macromolecules Graphic Organizer

Macromolecules Graphic Organizer

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Graphic Organizer:  Cell Respiration (Aerobic & Anaerobic

Graphic Organizer: Cell Respiration (Aerobic & Anaerobic Respiration)

This is a worksheet that I created when I realized my students really could not keep straight when the cell would do cell respiration and when a cell might do

cellular respiration concept map

A graphic showing the metabolic path of cellular respiration, fill in the blanks for the steps with words like mitochondrion, glucose, and electron transport chain.

Euglena simulation where students modeled passive (water through heads and tails and aquaporins) and active (large sugar molecules through protein pumps) transport.  It wouldn't be complete without a flagella!

Euglena simulation where students modeled passive (water through heads and tails and aquaporins) and active (large sugar molecules through protein pumps) transport. It wouldn't be complete without a flagella!

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