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1 1 -nucleus -cytoplasm -nucleolus-cell membrane Vacuole -chloroplast -mitochondria -ribosomes -endoplasmic reticulum(ER)

2 2 Nucleus The brain of the cell Controls all of the cellular activities DNA is inside the nucleus

3 3 CHROMOSOMES- Chromosomes – carry the information that determines what traits a living thing will have are found inside the nucleus Nucleus

4 4 NUCLEOLUS The dark area in the nucleus Like a tiny nucleus inside the nucleus.

5 5 CELL MEMBRANE holds the cell together keeps all of the pieces (like the organelles and the cytoplasm) inside the cell controls what goes in and out of the cell Example:like a big plastic bag with tiny holes in it

6 6

7 7 MitochondriaMitochondria Mito = Mighty / Power The Power-House of the cell They break down food molecules and combine them with oxygen so the cell has the energy to live If a cell needs a lot of energy…it will have more mitochondria

8 8 So…the more space it has the more energy it can create The Mitochondria structure has three main parts: OUTER MEMBRANE: covers the mitochondria INNER MEMBRANE: folds many times to increase the surface area because chemical reactions occur here

9 9 Endoplasmic Reticulum also known as the ER it is an organelle inside the cell that is made up of membranes that are in the CYTOPLASM of the cell. TRANSPORTS materials.

10 10 CYTOPLASM Cytoplasm- Is a jelly-like material, made mostly of water Moves in a circle continuously: CYCLOSIS Holds everything inside the cell membrane & outside of the nucleus

11 11 CYTOPLASM cytoplasm

12 12 VACUOLE Vacuoles are bubbles that float in the cell Vacuoles are more important to the survival of plant cells than they are to animal cells

13 13 VACUOLE: STORAGE IN PLANT CELLS Vacuoles in plants support structure Vacuoles hold onto things that the cell might need…like a backpack There are some vacuoles that hold onto waste products, similar to having a big septic tank Storing waste products protects the cell from contamination

14 14 VACUOLE CONTD So, when there is no water…the vacuole shrinks and the cell wall is the only thing holding the plant together.

15 15 You will know that a plant's vacuoles are shrinking when you see the plant begin to droop over HOLDING UP THE WALLS

16 16 Chloroplast

17 17 the site of photosynthesis in eukaryotic cells disk-like structures Chloroplast

18 18 SOLAR energy radiated from the sun is captured by plants(chloroplast) Then packaged as CHEMICAL energy Chloroplast

19 19 Chloroplast photosynthesis takes place inside the chloroplast Photosynthesis- the process in which plant use water, carbon dioxide, and energy form the sun to make food

20 20 small dot-like structures in cells Ribosomes are the site of protein synthesis in cells they are made in the nucleus of the cell A ribosome can make the average protein in about one minute Ribosomes

21 21 Assignment Part A (slides 1-11) Directions: Write-out and highlight the following questions. Then use your notes to answer them. 1. Which organelle is known as the Brain of the cell? 2. If you look at a picture of a cell, how would you recognize the nucleolus? 3. List the 3 main jobs of the cell membrane 5. The term hydro means _________. A. If something is hydrophobic it is _________ B. If something is hydrophilic it is __________ 4. Explain why the cell membrane has tiny holes made of protein in it.

22 22 Assignment Part B (slides 11-23) Directions: Write-out and highlight the following questions. Then use your notes to answer them. 1. Which organelle is known as the Power House of the cell? 2. The mitochondria of a cell share the same job as the __________ (hint- an organ) in the human body. 3. Explain how you could distinguish the rough ER from the smooth ER. 5. What type of reactions occur on the inner membrane of the mitochondria? (produces energy) 4. What is the main job of the smooth ER? 6. The process of H 2 O moving across the cell membrane is called?

23 23 Assignment Part C (slides 23-) Directions: Write-out and highlight the following questions. Then use your notes to answer them. 1. What is the main function of a lysosome? 2. What happens if a lysosome breaks open? 3. Explain the difference between cytoplasm and protoplasm. (draw a diagram if it will help you) 5. Which organelle is the site of photosynthesis? 4. Why are vacuoles important to PLANTS? 6. What are the three main ingredients for photosynthesis?

24 24 Assignment Part D (slides 23-) Directions: Write-out and highlight the following questions. Then use your notes to answer them. 1. Centrioles are usually found in __________ cells. 2. What is the main function of a centriole? 3. List the two places you can find a ribosome in an animal cell. 4. What do ribosomes make?

25 25 See also wksht to go with questions parts B-D

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