The Future of the World of

Microbiology
In the future we could learn a lot about different types
of cells and what a cell is made of. In the future we
could discovered how to make more medicine that
prevent viruses that make us sick. We could also
make little tiny needles that could go inside a cell to
see if it works good or not.

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EXPLORE
A HIDDEN! WORLD !

Microscopes
Anton Van Leeuwenhoek, born in Holland,
became interested in the making of
microscopes and he used them until his death.
The microscopes parts are: eyepiece lens,
focus, tube, revolving
nosepiece, objective
lens, stage, clips, arm,
light source and base
Microscopes are one of
the most important
diagnostic tools when
doctors examine tissue
samples. Electron
microscopes help create
the very tiny electrical
circuits found on silicon microchips.

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A Hidden World - Conclusion

Now you know more about the cells wherever they are.
You know what is gonna be improved in the future.

HOOK & INTRODUCTION

BROCHURE WRITTEN BY
TOMÁS TEIXEIRA 2015

Did you know that you are not only in your
body. There are trillions billions of cells in your
body. There’s a lot of organisms, but scientists
only found 8.

Why are Cells Important?

Micro-organisms - Good or Bad?

Cells have your D.N.A. A cell in the human body
is used like a building block, it carries
deoxyribose nucleic acid (D.N.A.) which makes
proteins to create your psychical appearance and
red blood cell is used to transfer oxygen
throughout the body a white blood cell is used
like a defender in the body against any threats to
the body (aka germs bacteria

Micro-organisms are bad. If there’s
a lot of viruses or bacterias mostly
one of them can go into the
nucleus of the cell.

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Micro-organisms & Multi-celled
Organisms

We are multi celled, because we have more than
one cell. The main groups of unicellular organisms
are bacteria, archaea, protozoa, unicellular algae
and
unicellular
fungi.
Unicellular
organisms
fall into two
general
categories:
prokaryotic
organisms
and
eukaryotic
organisms.
Unicellular organisms are believed to be the oldest
form of life, possibly existing 3.8 billion years ago.

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Types of Cells in Us
There are different types of cells: blood cells,
skin cells e.t.c.. The blood cells: if a virus or
bacteria go into you cell nucleus, and they are
there two days changing the D.N.A., the blood
cells and destroy them. The blood cell: Red blood
cells have the important job of carrying oxygen.
These cells, which float in your blood, begin their
journey in the lungs, where they pick up oxygen
from the air you breathe. Then they travel to the
heart, which pumps out the blood, delivering
oxygen to all parts of your body. Skin cell:
Protection is a major function of skin, but there
are others. Your skin is full of nerve endings that
help you sense the world around you. Your skin
emits sweat when you're hot. Sweat evaporating
from your skin cools you. Your skin is also like a
sack that holds in your important fluids and
nutrients.

Find Your Way Around a Cell

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Cell are important because they have your DNA. If a
bacteria can pass into your cell, through the nucleus,
the blood white cells attack the bacteria and again,
the DNA stay like it was last time, before the bacteria
came.

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How do Cells Work?
Cells can’t be seen with your eye, but they can
be seen with microscopes. The cells have your
DNA.