How Small is a Virus--Setting the Scale

Unit 2: Viruses
Lesson 1 of 11

Objective: The student will compare the viruses with other living things.

Big Idea: Ever wonder how small a virus really is? Check this lesson out which compares virus size to common, everyday objects.

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