Animal Cell Model

Animal Cell Model

This model, enlarged about 20,000 times, provides a clear depiction of the latest up-to-date information of the delicate and complex structure of the animal cell. For teaching purposes, the components of the cell are very brightly coloured to bring out the high degree of segmentation of a cell. In addition to the organelle like the nucleus, endoplasmatic reticulum, mitochondria, ribosomes, polysomes and Golgi apparatus, the model also shows centrioles, lysosomes and fat vacuoles. The presentation of the process of extrusion of a Golgi vesicle and pinocytic signs is shown by the cell dynamics. The single-piece model is mounted on a base and comes with numbered Key Card.

A Highly magnified representation of a typical and generalized animal cell, showing ultramicroscopic detail. The structures are shown in section and in relief. The model is mounted on a base with numbered Key Card.

Board Size 35x25cm

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A animal cell model is a representation or simulation of the structure and components of an animal cell. It can take many forms, including physical models made of materials such as plastic, paper mache, or foam, as well as virtual models created using computer software.

Animal cell models are often used in education to help students understand the complex structure and function of animal cells. They can show the various organelles, such as the nucleus, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, and others, as well as their locations within the cell.

Animal cell models can also highlight important cellular processes, such as cell division and protein synthesis. Some models may even include interactive components that allow students to manipulate the model to see how different parts of the cell interact with each other.

In conclusion, animal cell models are educational tools that help students understand the complex structure and function of animal cells. By visualizing the different organelles and cellular processes, these models can provide students with a deeper understanding of the cell and its role in maintaining the health of the organism.