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Understanding Cellular structure and process is an essential starting point for understanding biological systems. This series of lessons will connect prior knowledge of systems to new knowledge of life systems. Students will engage in the analysis of parts, subsystems, interactions, and matching. The descriptions of parts and their interaction are more important than just calling everything a system. In the context of cells, students should be encouraged to look at the cell as both a system and subsystem and to develop an understanding of how the parts of a cell interact with one another, i.e., how they help to do the "work" of the cell.
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