28 Replies to “A Tour of the Cell

  1. Can someone clarify this? In 3:58 he says "prokaryotic cells… lack in nucleus" but in 4:40, he stated that "all cells are gonna have nucleic materials." These statements seem to contradict each other.

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  3. Information? Complexity? Digital code? Everything is just right? Can you please explain in detail how such complexity came to be? Can we do it in the lab?

  4. I just dont understand why there are thumbs down… His videos are helpful for students..Thank you for making these videos Bozeman Science…Keep making them

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  6. thanks bro for help because of your help know about cell ore effectively and i got highest in biology test

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  8. These things are best described with the same, neutral words. For example : "'part' goes in part". Otherwise, because words depreciate the monetary value of everything that exists, it'll take 10,000 years to get a stable economy. BTW, words create negative wealth when they're used as weapons to confuse everyone, and things will stay unstable and stagnate until everyone uses the same words again.

    Here's a few good descriptors thatll help you understand how to describe the dynamics of everything that exists:
    in, over, amidst.

  9. that last part when he said its scary is naming all the parts and if you don't understand it.!!!

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