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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What are Cells? - Overview
Course SummaryUse our cell biology study guide course to catch up in class or prepare for an upcoming test. These fun text and video lessons outline all the subjects you're learning, but you can work through them at your own pace to master the ones that are challenging you the most.
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- Be Ready on Test Day: Use the Cell Biology final exam to be prepared.
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In this course, you'll learn the answers to questions including::
- How do cells and organisms differ?
- What are the parts of a cell?
- Why is osmosis important in cell transport?
- Do cells communicate?
- What are some characteristics of plant cells?
- How do cells utilize energy?
- By what processes do cells multiply or reproduce?
- What information is contained in chromosomes and DNA?
- How are proteins synthesized in cells?
- What are macromolecules and what role do they play?
- How do bacteria and viruses function?
- Why is the immune system critical to the human body?
- What is cell differentiation?
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