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How Cell Processes Are Regulated

By (author),  Clementine Tucker Edited by,  Hope Killcoyne
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Book Description

A cell is the smallest unit of living matter that can exist by itself. Some organisms, such as bacteria, are made up of only one single cell. As for other organisms, such as humans and redwood trees, billions of cells are required. That means that those multitudinous cells have to work together to enable people to do things such as walk, talk, and eat, and for trees to send down roots, sprout branches, and grow leaves. Readers of this authoritative book will discover how such cells function, get energy, grow, reproduce, specialize, and communicate.

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Tucker, C. (2014). How Cell Processes Are Regulated. Retrieved from http://eb.ipublishcentral.com/product/how-cell-processes-are-regulated

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Tucker, Clementine. How Cell Processes Are Regulated. Chicago: Britannica Educational Publishing, 2014. EPUB. http://eb.ipublishcentral.com/product/how-cell-processes-are-regulated

Chicago
Tucker, Clementine. How Cell Processes Are Regulated. Chicago: Britannica Educational Publishing, 2014. EPUB. http://eb.ipublishcentral.com/product/how-cell-processes-are-regulated

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