How Big Can An Amoeba Get?

Unit 4: Protists
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: Students will explore the relationship between surface area, volume, and the maximum size of a cell.

Big Idea: Can an amoeba attack me while I'm swimming in the lake? Find out in today's lab.

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Cells and Cellular Processes, Science, homeostasis, stability and change, Protists, surface area to volume ratio
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