The Cell: a functioning structure. Pt. 1

United States, 1972

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Uses cinemicroscopy and special-effects animation to present the cell as a functioning entity as well as a stable, reproducible structure. The key functions of DNA and protein enzymes are revealed along with the way cells obtain nourishment and includes a discussion on cellular reproduction and cell structure. Narrated and hosted by Dr David Suzuki.

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Steven Katten



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