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Interlude A
Unit 2:
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Ch. 7
Ch. 8
Ch. 9
Interlude B
Unit 3:
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Ch. 13
Ch. 14
Ch. 15
Interlude C
Unit 4:
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Ch. 19
Interlude D
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Ch. 25
Ch. 26
Ch. 27
Ch. 28
Ch. 29
Ch. 30
Interlude E
Unit 6:
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Interlude F
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Interlude G
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5.1: Activity: Proteins embedded in the plasma membrane

Test your recall for figure 5.1 with this key figure labeling exercise.

5.2: Activity: Cell structure in animals

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5.3: Activity: Cell structure in plants

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5.4: Activity: Cell structure in bacteria

Test your recall for figure 5.2 with this key figure labeling exercise.

5.5: Tutorial: Vessicle budding and fusing
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This lesson explores the mean by which a cell transports the molecules it produces from one place to another; a quiz at the end tests your understanding.

5.6: Activity: Energy transforming organelles: Mitochondria

Test your recall for figure 5.9 with this key figure labeling exercise.

5.7: Activity: Energy transforming organelles: Chloroplasts

Test your recall for figure 5.10 with this key figure labeling exercise.

5.8: Activity: Flagellar movement
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Explore the molecular basis of movement in microtubule-based systems.

5.9: Tutorial: Evolution of Organelles
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Learn how specialized compartments called organelles arose during the development of eukaroyotic cells. A quiz at the end of the tutorial tests your understanding of this lesson.

5.1: Process Animation: Vessicle budding and fusing
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