How to use this exercise?
Show the animal cell printed in 3D for better visualization and understanding.
Number of pieces of this exercise
The model consists of 5 pieces:
1) A cylindrical base with a housing to house the sphere.
2) A portion of the cell that acts as a base for the entire cell.
3) A layer containing the nucleus the endoplasmic reticulum. ribosomes, mitochondria and the Golgi complex.
4) A layer that close the part before.
5) The last piece represents the hemisphere which must enclose the entire shape of the cell.
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How can the model be used in class?
The class will have to compose, interlocking all the organelles that are inside the cell, identifying the structures, the composition and the function of each element.
What benefits can its use have?
Students will touch what is often only explained in a theoretical way.
Can it be used in other subjects?