Cells and Tissues
Cells Breakout, Unlock the Box, Escape Room. This breakout challenge will require your students to use their understanding of the cell theory, functions of cell parts and differences between plant and animal cells to unlock the box before time expires. Students love this activity that requires them to use their content knowledge along with critical thinking skills to successfully break out!
Trachea lining. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through the wall of a trachea (wind pipe). The trachea links the larynx to the lungs. The lining consists of mucus-secreting goblet cells (one seen at centre, pink) and epithelial cells (vertical) that are covered in cilia (hair-like). Mucus traps debris, such as dust particles or bacteria, in the inhaled air, while the beating of the cilia moves the mucus and particles upwards out of the respiratory tract. This helps to k