Cell Biology Playing Cards
Fun and educational, these unique playing cards are beautifully illustrated with detailed cells and cellular structures - perfect for science lovers and cell biologists of all ages! Card faces features favorite illustrations from the textbook Cell Biology by Thomas D. Pollard et al. - from the clathrin triskelion and its three-fold symmetry on the 3 to mitotic chromosome structure on the Queen!
- Standard 52-card deck with illustrations of endosomes and lysosome, mother and daughter centrioles, membrane traffic, eukaryotic phylogenetic tree, three cytoskeletal polymers, and more.
- Jokers feature illustrations of autophagy (red joker) and ribosome, V-type ATPase, CRISPR/Cas, bacterium (black joker).
- Fourteen different card faces in all featuring the well-loved cellular illustrations of Graham Johnson.
- Includes 12 individual decks of cards.
|Author Information||By Thomas D. Pollard, MD, Sterling Professor, Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, Yale University, New Haven, CT; William C. Earnshaw, PhD, FRS, Professor and Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology, ICB, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom; Graham Johnson, MA, PhD, CMI, Director, Animated Cell, Allen Institute for Cell Biology, Seattle, Washington;, QB3 Faculty Fellow, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, California and Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, PhD, Group Leader, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Janelia Research Campus, Ashburn, Virginia, United States|
|Table of Content||Ace: Three cytoskeletal polymers
2: Mitotic spindle with chromosomes
3: Clathrin triskelion and cage
4: Transport of a large RNP through a nuclear pore
5: Endosomes and lysosome
6: Gap junction connexon
9: Mother and daughter centrioles
10: Membrane traffic
Jack: Artist's diagram of budding yeast kinetochore
Queen: Hierarchy of levels of mitotic chromosome structure
King: Eukaryotic phylogenetic tree
Black Joker: Autophagy
Red Joker: Ribosome, V-type ATPase, CRISPR/Cas, bacterium