Included - 28 PPT slides with descriptions and moving objects. Check out the Preview gif!
I have spent hours creating visual animations to incorporate into my PowerPoint presentations. With just the click of a button, students can witness how water molecules move through aquaporins in response to a hypertonic, isotonic, or hypotonic environment; check understanding of solution types and solute movement; Active and Passive Transport of molecules through proteins; Sodium-Potassium Pumps; and Endocytosis and Exocytosis. Incorporate these great animations into your unit PowerPoints on the Cell Membrane.
- Mr. Sidol
Check out my other PPT Animations:
Chemical Reactions and Enzymes Animations
Cellular Respiration Animations
Protein Synthesis Animations
Check out my other Activities:
Punnett Squares Coloring Worksheets – Mendelian and NonMendelian
Protein Folding with Mutations Activity