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Lion Track icon Lion Den » A&P » Slides » Cell

Cell Slides

Selected PowerPoint-compatible slides

Click on each image to open the slide
cell basics
Cell basics
signal transduction
Signal transduction
SET
Serial endosymbiosis
(series)
cell as gel
Cell as a gel
tight junctions
Tight junctions
active and passive transport
Active & passive transport concepts
channel - carrier models
Channel & carrier models
ion pump model
Ion pump model
osmotic pressur
Osmotic pressure
osmotic terms
Osmotic pressure terms
osmotic terms 2
Osmotic pressure terms 2
membrane transport slide
Membrane transport animations

Only selected slides of images from the classroom presentation are given here.  Additional images used in class are available from
 your textbook, Learning Outlines, and other resources.

 

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Lion Den Slide Collection by Kevin Patton is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available only with Kevin's express written permission.

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This page updated on 2-sep-14