Cell Division & Genetics by Robert Snedden
A cell is too small for us to see withough a microscope, yet this tiny chemical package holds all the ingredients of life. Some living things are just a single cell, but there are around 65 million million cells in a human body. Cells are life's building blocks, all living things are made up of cells working together. This series explores all aspects of cells and the living world, and includes snippets of science history, as well as key scientific achievements.