Cells As Molecular Factories

This discussion/worksheet activity reviews how eukaryotic cells are molecular factories in two senses: cells produce molecules and cells are made up of molecules.  The questions guide students to think about how the different parts of a eukaryotic cell cooperate to function as a protein-producing factory and as a recycling plant.  Additional questions require students to identify the locations and functions of different types of molecules in eukaryotic cells.

 The first attached file has the Student Handout and the second attached file has the Teacher Notes

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Thank you for this awesome site. Teaching an undergraduate non majors biology class is always a challenge I am really glad that I will be able to keep my students engaged with some of these activities.

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an analogy under cognitivism could help stimulate learning

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