1. Learning cell structures layer by layer

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    Learning cell structures layer by layer

    Want some tips to stay on top of biological processes? Follow along as we demonstrate how to make a layered map with help from the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research.


    • SAMPLE LESSON: USING POST-IT® NOTES AND FLAGS TO MAP ANATOMY SYSTEMS

      Simplifying things is often a surefire way to understand intricate systems — see for yourself as we “peel” back the various components of an animal cell:

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      Using a Post-it® Super Sticky Note, sketch the surface layer of the cell you’re researching. Give this Post-it® Super Sticky Note a clear title for easy reference and any additional notes that may be useful.

      sketch the surface layer of the cell you’re researching

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      Take another Post-it® Note and go “one layer deeper” with your organism. Sketch the essential structures and label them with Post-it® Flags for easy reference.

      Sketch the essential structures and label them with Post-it® Flags for easy reference

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      Continue using Post-it® Super Sticky Notes and Post-it® Flags as you continue to go one level “deeper” within the cell features and structures. Consider using different coloured Post-it® Super Sticky Notes if diagramming specific structures or processes.

      Continue using Post-it® Super Sticky Notes and Post-it® Flags as you continue to go one level “deeper” within the cell features and structures

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