Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game (2nd Edition)

Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game (2nd Edition)

# 017639

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Grades: 5-AD

Product Description:

This game creatively teaches about cellular biology by placing you inside the cell! Collect resources (such as ATP, mRNA, and carbohydrates) or earn actions by strategically placing workmen on organelles on the cell board. Then earn health points by building enzymes, hormones, and hormone receptors and helping to detoxify the cell. The player with the most health points wins! Play time is approximately 60-90 minutes. For 2-5 players. ~ Rachel

Publisher Description:

A Cell Biology Game, is a worker placement game that takes place inside a human cell! Players take turns placing workers on available organelles within a human cell in order to collect resources (such as Carbohydrates or ATP!) or take actions (such as purchasing Cell Component cards or translating mRNA into Proteins!) Players use their resources to build Enzymes, Hormones, and Hormone Receptors and also to help detoxify the cell - all of which score health points. The player with the most health points at the end of the game wins!

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Primary Subject
Science
Grade Start
5
Grade End
AD
EAN
748252187741
Format
Other
Brand Name
Genius Games
Weight
3.25 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.5" x 8.75" x 2.12"
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Recommended in the publication Science News and my sister is a high school chemistry teacher and her family loves games and lvoes science. Plus I love science and i'll get to play it too.
DAVID T on Dec 2, 2018
Recommended in the publication Science News and my sister is a high school chemistry teacher and her family loves games and lvoes science. Plus I love science and i'll get to play it too.
DAVID T on Dec 2, 2018
How anatomically and physiologically accurate is this game?
Annette on Aug 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It's a game designed to illustrate how cell cytosis works. Although it is designed to be generally correct, it's not designed as a scientific model.
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