Cells – the smallest unit of life

Living and nonliving things are all around us. This video covers the difference between living and nonliving things at the cellular level using a compound microscope. It also introduces the characteristics of a living organism. In this video you will see pond water samples (unicellular organisms), cheek cells (multicellular organism), rock minerals (nonliving), and sand (nonliving).

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6th

grade

Science

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