- Building Blocks of Life
- Cell Parts and Their Functions
- Cell Activities
- DNA and the Genetic Code
- The Health of Cells
H. Craig Heller, Principal Investigator
Mary L. Kiely, Project Director
Stan Ogren, Ellen Porzig, Geraldine Horsma, Marjorie Gray
Margy Kuntz for her review and edits of the field-test version of Lives of Cells.
Craig Heller, Mary Kiely, and Stan Ogren for their reviews of the final version of this unit.
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