Animals: Multicelled Life
Ideal for aspiring microbiologists or inquiring science students, this study of cells utilizes the latest research and stunning photos to give readers an amazingly detailed view of these tiny powerhouses that form the basis of all life. Each title is packed with information on the structure and function of cells, as well as the latest scientific breakthroughs.
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alveoli amino acids animal cell animal's animals need antibodies arteries axon bacteria blood vessels bloodstream body body's bone Bowman's capsule brain capillaries carbohydrates carbon dioxide carry cell membrane cell's cells called central nervous system cerebrum chemical reactions cilia connective tissue contains contract dermis digestive system egg cell embryo endocrine glands energy enzymes epidermis epithelial epithelium example exoskeleton fertilization fluid gamete genetic material gills glomerulus glucose hair heart hemoglobin hormones human hydrostatic skeleton immune system inside kidney land-living layer Lipids living lungs Magnification approx mammals microorganisms microscope millions mitochondria molecules move muscle cells nerve cells nerve impulses neuron nucleus nutrients organelles oxygen pass phagocytes photoreceptors plant cells produce proteins receptors red blood cells release reproduction respiration responsible sea anemones Skeletal muscles skin small intestine smooth muscle sperm spinal cord stomach substances sugars surface sweat tracheae tube tubule types uterus vertebrates walls waste products white blood cells