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Cells: Brady Boyd Plants VS Animals
✽ Content Area : Science ✽ Grade Level : 5 th Grade ✽ Summary : The purpose of this power point is for the student to become familiar with different parts and functions of plant and animal cells. ✽ Learning Objective : Given a picture or function, the student will be able to identify organelles inside plant and animal cells with 100% accuracy. ✽ Content Standard : SPI Identify the major parts of plant and animal cells such as, the nucleus, cell membrane, cell wall, and cytoplasm. ✽ Accomplishment: GLE Distinguish between the basic structures and functions of plant and animal cells.
First we need to familiarize ourselves with the parts of an animal cell Click on the names of the organelles in the cell to see the function. Plasma Membrane Mitochondria Endoplasmi c Reticulum Nucleus Ribosomes Lysosomes & Peroxisome s Golgi Apparatus Cytoplasm Click when finishe d
Now let’s look at a plant cell! Click on the names of the organelles in the cell to see the function Golgi Apparatu s Vacuole Mitochondri a Cell Wall Plasma Membrane Ribosomes Peroxisome s Nucleus Cytoplas m Chloroplast Endoplasmi c Reticulum Click when finishe d
Plasma Membrane The plasma membrane of a cell is like a security guard of a building. It only lets certain people or things go in or out of the cell. Back to the Animal Cell Back to the Plant Cell
Endoplasmic Reticulum The Endoplasmic Reticulum is like a little factory inside the cell. It, along with the help of a team, make proteins for the cell. Back to the Animal Cell Back to the Plant Cell
Golgi Apparatus The golgi apparatus works with the endoplasmic reticulum to make the proteins it just created bigger and better; similar to an assembly line. Back to the Animal Cell Back to the Plant Cell
Ribosomes Ribosomes are like protein production teams that work in the endoplasmic reticulum factory and transport the proteins around the cell. Back to the Animal Cell Back to the Plant Cell
Nucleus The nucleus is the control center that tells the rest of the cell what to do. Back to the Animal Cell Back to the Plant Cell
Lysosomes & Peroxisomes The lysosomes and peroxisomes are the recycle and waste centers of the cell. Back to the Animal Cell Back to the Plant Cell
Cytoplasm Cytoplasm is the jelly in the cell that holds everything together. Back to the Animal Cell Back to the Plant Cell
Mitochondria The mitochondria is what makes food for the cell. They act as the digestive system that breaks things down to make energy. Back to the Animal Cell Back to the Plant Cell
Vacuole Vacuoles are storage units for the cell. Back to the Plant Cell
Cell Wall Cell walls are only found in plant cells and help structure the cell and hold it all together. Back to the Plant Cell
Chloroplast Chloroplast are only found in plant cells. They are what make the plant green. They work to create sugars and create the byproduct that we need to breathe. Back to the Plant Cell
What part of the cell makes food for the cell? B. Mitochondria A. Endoplasmic Reticulum C. Nucleus D. Cytoplasm
Which of these organelles is the golgi apparatus?
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Great Job! Play Plant Cell Game Play Animal Cell Game In conclusion, you all have learned a little bit more about plant and animal cells, what they are made of, and some similarities and differences.