viernes, 20 de septiembre de 2013

Cell biology and art

From Robert Hooke’s Micrographia (1665). Vía.
The discussion of the chemistry of life leads up bigger and evident levels of biological concepts. Thanks to eons of emergent interactions between the elements of life--CHNOPS--, we have cells, the basic unit of life. And it took mankind more than 2,000 years to make the important breakthrough of discovering that all life is made out of cells. So, all matter is made out of atoms--and the interaction of its subatomic particles with other atoms--, and all life is made out of cells. [Para seguir leyendo el post en The Hypertextual Lounge, haga click aquí.]