Video 4.1 Amoeba with visible organelles. Video 4.2 Newt epithelial cells

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  • Slide 1
  • Video 4.1 Amoeba with visible organelles
  • Slide 2
  • Video 4.2 Newt epithelial cells
  • Slide 3
  • Video 4.3 Tradescantia stamen hair cell
  • Slide 4
  • Video 4.4 Amoeba with visible nucleus and nucleolus
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  • Video 4.5 Epidermal cells of an onion, with visible endoplasmic reticulum
  • Slide 6
  • Video 4.6 A diatom, Surirella, with visible Golgi bodies
  • Slide 7
  • Video 4.7 Exocytosis of coccoliths in a marine golden alga, Pleurochrysis
  • Slide 8
  • Video 4.8 Mitochondria
  • Slide 9
  • Video 4.9 A green alga, Pediastrum simplex
  • Slide 10
  • Video 4.10 A golden alga, Synura sp.
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  • Video 4.11 A red alga, Chroodactylans
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  • Video 4.12 A dinoflagellate, Lepidodenium, with green algal endosymbionts
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  • Video 4.13 Paramecium bursaria with green algal endosymbionts\
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  • Video 4.14 Cytoplasmic streaming in a green alga, Micrasterias
  • Slide 15
  • Video 4.15 Chromatophore and melanophore function in fish scales
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  • Video 4.16 A Paramecium uses cilia for feeding
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  • Video 4.17 High magnification view of flagellar action in Volvox
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  • Video 4.18 The flagellated green alga Haematoccocus
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  • Video 4.19 The flagellated euglenoid, Phacus
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  • Video 4.20 Rotifers feeding via flagella-induced vortices
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  • Video 4.21 Cell walls and stomatal complexes in Tradescantia