How to use this exercise?
An animal cell is printed with the individual components in the size of a key ring. Expandable to include a plant cell and a bacterial cell.
Number of pieces of this exercise
Basic shell of an animal cell. The components of a cell are placed on it:
mitochondria, chloroplasts, vacuole, smooth ER, rough ER, ribosomes, peroxisomes, cell nucleus, Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, flagellum, cilia, chromatin, plasmids, Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, flagellum, cilie, chromatin, plasmids.
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How can the model be used in class?
In the cytology, immunobiology lesson:
Components of the cell should be assigned correctly on the basis of their appearance and their function should be described. The pupils should simply repeat contents in a playful way.
What benefits can its use have?
Haptic understanding of the cell structure.
Size ratios become clear.
Can contain more or less organelles, depending on the type of school.
Can it be used in other subjects?