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Animal Cell Poster
Image shows all the major structures in a typical animal cell. A cell is enclosed by a cell membrane and has a nucleus (shown in purple) in the middle. Cells are the building blocks of our bodies.

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27" x 32" $21 $27 $48 $169 $139
34" x 40" $29 $38 $68 $245 $219
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