Cell Biology: Structure, Function, and Processes (4-part series - Enhanced DVD)
The complete explanation of cell biology is made using animation. This is a four-part series, with each segment being about twenty to twenty-two minutes long.
The first segment is called Cell Structure and Function. It covers the following topics:
The structure and function of the plasma cell membrane, flagellum, cilia, the nucleus, the nucleolus, the nuclear envelope, cytosol and cytoplasm, the rough endoplasmic reticulum, the smooth endoplasmic reticulum, the golgi apparatus, ribosome, lysosome, the vacuole, peroxisome, mitochondria, and the cell wall.
Plant cells are compared to animal cells to show the structure and function of plant cell vacuoles, plant cell peroxisomes, and chloroplasts.
The second segment is called Cell Metabolism and Respiration. It covers the following topics: