Bacteria Up Close (Under the Microscope)
Bacteria are amazing microorganisms. Their ability to move, multiply, and adapt make them some of the most fascinating subjects of biology. Readers take a look at these microscopic single-celled wonders and gain information about how they're able to survive in a variety of environments. Readers will be surprised to learn there are more bacteria in their body than human cells. Instructive photographs and diagrams accompany these facts and more.
It is just fascinating to see how things look - all of those tiny things that you can't see unless under a microscope. This series will help you out. Get up close to bacteria, cells, DNA, minerals, tiny bugs, and viruses in these colorful, 32-page books. See the parts of a cell, elements found in minerals, or take a peek at a variety of bugs - all without a microscope! ~ Donna