Our DNA resides within each and every cell in our body, which is in my opinion, one of the most amazing things about biology. Each cell is a self-regulating machine that sustains itself. But combined, cells work together to either become a single organ, like a muscle or a liver, or a team that works toward a common function, like the cells of your immune system. In this graphic, there are many kinds of cells depicted, and as different as they appear, so too is their diversity in function. Can you name 3 or 4 of the cells shown?
From DNA to cells...
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