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How Scientists Research Cells
  • Trim Size: 7 x 9 1/4
  • ISBN-10: 1617530077
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-61753-007-4
  • Status: In Stock
  • List Price: $40.00
  • Imprint: Chelsea House
  • Published: 08/01/2011
  • Dewey Number: 571
  • Reading Level: Grades 6-12
  • Pages: 116

Summary

Since cells are the smallest of all living organisms, scientists have had to develop various methods and tools to examine and research them. In the 17th century, the microscope was invented, allowing researchers a glimpse at the cell. Today, supercomputers put cells and experiments to the test. In microbiology laboratories and cancer research centers, well-trained, dedicated scientists work to explore the science of cells, making biotechnology a continuously growing field. In How Scientists Research Cells, learn how the first discovery of cells led to the first cloned mammal and additional scientific advancements.

Specifications

Full-color photographs and illustrations. Sidebars. Further reading. Web sites. References. Glossary. Index.

About the Author(s)

Kristi Lew is the author of more than 20 science books for teachers and young people. She has a degree in biochemistry with a minor in genetics from North Carolina State University, worked in genetic laboratories for more than 10 years, and taught high school science.

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