Cell Membrane Fluid Mosaic Model is a two page document consisting of cut outs and student directions to make a fluid mosaic model. This can be used for INB or as a freestanding project. The student directions are editable, so you can modify for your classroom.
Students build their model, create a key, and answer the questions provided about their model and the cell membrane in general. Includes phospholipids, and marker, transport, and receptor proteins. Toothpicks can be used as the cytoskeleton if desired.
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