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You Ever Wonder
Jeopardy Cells Edition Scientists Cells Cell Factory Organelles Living Things You Ever Wonder 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Who was the first person to describe cells?
$100 Robert Hooke
$200 Who discovered single –celled organisms in pond scum and called them animalcules (Today we call them protists)?
$200 Anton von Leeuwenhoek
$300 What did Rudolf Virchow state?
$300 all cells could form only from other cells
$400 What did Matthieas Schleiden conclude?
$400 all plant parts were made of cells
$500 What did Theodor Schwann conclude?
$500 all animal tissues were mad of cells
$100 What restricts the size of a cell?
$100 surface area – to – volume ratio
$200 What are the two basic types of cells?
$200 prokaryotic and eukaryotic
$300 Explain prokaryotic cells.
$300 prokaryotic cells do not have a nucleus. Examples are bacteria and archaea.
$400 Explain eukaryotic cells.
$400 Eukaryotic cells have a nucleus. Examples are plant and animal cells.
$500 Describe the cell theory.
$500 1. All organisms are made of one or more cells. 2. The cells is the basic unit of all living things. 3. All cells come from existing cells
$100 A gatekeeper of the cell factory.
$100 cell membrane
$200 The internal delivery system of the cell factory.
$200 Endoplasmic Reticulum
$300 The power supplier of the cell factory.
$400 The garbage collectors of the cell factory.
$500 The control center of the cell factory.
$100 What is a web of proteins that keeps the cell membrane from collapsing.
$200 What is the fluid and most of the contents?
$300 Make proteins.
$400 What is the golgi complex?
$400 packages and distributes proteins
$500 Describe the vacuole?
$500 A large vesicle in plant cells that store digestive enzymes, water, and other liquids.
$100 What is a group of cells that work together to form a specific function?
$200 What is a structure that is made up of two or more tissues that work together to perform a specific function?
$300 Organize living things in order from lowest to highest level of organization.
$300 cells – tissues – organs – organ systems – organism
$400 In an organism what is structure related to?
$500 Explain an organ system.
$500 An organ system is a group of organs working together to perform a specific function. An example is the cardiovascular system.
$100 You ever wonder what this is colored in green?
$100 Cell Wall
$200 You ever wonder what this is colored in blue?
$300 You ever wonder what is a small sac that surrounds material to be moved into, out, or around in a cell?
$400 You ever wonder what a cell is?
$400 A cell is the smallest unit that can perform all of the processes necessary for life.
$500 You ever wonder what the benefits to being mutlicellular are?
$500 Some benefits to being multicellular are larger size, longer life, and specialization.
So You Think You Know Cells?
List the organelles that are only found in plant cells and list the organelles only found in animal cells.
Animal cell – lysosome Plant cell – chloroplast, vacuole, and cell wall
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A. They store water. B. The digest food particles. C. They make new cells. D. The package proteins.
Chapter 1 C Cells: The Basic Units of Life. Section 1 The Diversity of Cells: Cell – the smallest unit that can perform all the processes necessary for.
Cell Theory 2. Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes.
THIS IS With Host... Your Cell Theory Cell Structures Organism of Living Things Cell Structures Continue Prokaryotic Cells Misc.
Cell Organelles. *Review* Types of Cells Prokaryotic Bacteria Archaea Eukaryotic Plants Animals Fungi.
Chapter 1 Cells: The Basic Units of Life. 1.) Cells – smallest living thing 2.) Tissues – many cells working together 3.) Organ – many tissues working.
Chapter 2 Bell work! Write the objectives in you notebook for today, Leave two lines so you can answer these questions at the end of the day. DO NOT ANSWER.
Bellringer Why do you think cells weren’t discovered until 1665? What invention do you think made their discovery possible? Do you think people can ever.
Chapter 3 Review Cells: The Basic Unit of Life. What is the smallest unit that can perform all processes necessary for life? (The basic unit of life)
Holt Cells, Heredity and Classification Chapter 1: The Basic Units of Life.
CHAPTER 2 cells P EARLY DISCOVERIES Anton Van Leeuwenhoek - made microscopes. - made microscopes. - saw “critters” in a drop of water never.
Cellular Structure and Function Review. This organelle contains DNA and controls the cell This organelle contains DNA and controls the cell Nucleus.
Introduction to Cells. The Discovery of Cells Cells are too small to see! So how were they discovered? In 1665 Robert Hooke, an English scientist, used.
DO NOW : 11/22/10 Why do you think cells weren’t discovered until 1665? What invention do you think made their discovery possible? Do you think people.
Cell Jeopardy Hosted by Mrs. Allen Cell Structure & Function 1 Cell Structure & Function 2 Cell Structure & Function 3 Cell Structure.
Cells – Chapter 1. Cell The smallest unit that can perform all the processes necessary for life.
Cells: The Basic Units of Life. Robert Hooke was the first person to describe cells Anton van Leeuwenhoek was the first person to make a microscope. Cell.
Chapter 1 Review. Living Things... What are the characteristics of living things? There are 5 you need to know... 1.All living things are made of cells.
Chapter 3 Review Cells: The Basic Unit of Life. Items to Review Scientists Cell parts – what does each organelle do for the cell? Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic.
The Diversity of Cells Chapter 3: Section 1. Cells and the Cell Theory Robert Hooke - First to see blood, bacterial, and yeast cells First to observe.
Chapter 1 Cells: The Basic Units of Life. Cells Tissues Organ (stomach, heart, lungs, skin) Organ systems (nervous system, digestive system Organism.
Discovery of Cells. People Robert Hooke invented the microscope; 1665-he looked at a piece of cork and noticed it was made up of little boxes.
Chapter 3 Review Cells: The Basic Unit of Life. Instructions 1.Completely clear off your table. 2.ONE person per team – pick up from the front table:
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Scientists Micro- scope Prokaryotes Organelles Plant or Animal? $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy.
Chapter 3 Lesson 3.2 EUKARYOTIC CELLS. Eukaryotic Cells have many parts to help the cell stay alive. They are called ORGANELLES 1. Cell Wall 2. Cell Membrane.
Cell Structure Chapter 4. 2 Cell Theory Cells were discovered in 1665 by Robert Hooke. Early studies of cells were conducted by - Mathias Schleiden (1838)
Let’s Play Jeopardy! A Cell Organelle Review Game.
Cells and Cell Organelles. History Anton Van Leeuwenhoek The microscope was invented by Anton Van Leeuwenhoek, a Dutch biologist in the early 1600 ’ s.
CELL STRUCTURE Vocabulary. Cell Theory All organisms are made of one or more cells. The cell is the basic unit of all living things. All cells come from.
Cells: the basic unit of life. Cells Living things are made up of tiny structures called cells. Small in size (microscopic) – so weren’t discovered.
Let’s get started... Who’s Who Identifying Cells OrganellesDiffusion Levels of Organization Dip in the MIX $ 200 $ 200$200 $ 200 $ 200 $400 $ 400$400.
Cell Review 1 JEOPARDY S2C06 Jeopardy Review OrganellesVocabulary Cell Differences Picture ID Misc
Cells. What is a cell? A cell is the smallest functional unit of life (it is the smallest, most simple thing that can still be considered living) It is.
Objectives ● List scientists who contributed to the cell theory ● List the components of the cell theory ● Compare prokaryote and eukaryote cells ● Label.
CELLS. Videos: 00
The Cell You are made of trillions of cell. As we study cells, remember this important truth:
INTRODUCTION TO CELLS. History of the Cell Robert Hooke, 1665 Anton von Leeuwenhoek, 1674 Matthias Schleiden, 1838 Theodor Schwann, 1839 Rudolph Virchow,
Objectives List scientists who contributed to the cell theory List the components of the cell theory Compare prokaryote and eukaryote cells Label a plant.
Cells Chapter 2 Page 48. Cell theory: Robert Hooke first looked at and described cells in The word “cell” means “little room” in Latin. Cell theory:
Cell Structures and Functions Guided Notes – Part 2.
Ch 3 S1: The Diversity of Cells. What is a cell? A cell is the smallest unit that can perform all the processes necessary for life.
CELLS The Basic Units of Life. Cells: Basic Units of Life – Ch. 4 What ARE cells? What are the 3 parts of the cell theory? Basic unit of life Smallest.
P Organelle Identification A Organelle Identification Cytoplasm Components Nuclear Components Cell Classification Cell History FINAL.
Cell Structure and Function BUT FIRST… Cells Smallest living unit Most are microscopic.
INTRODUCTION TO CELLS Chapter 6 in the Textbook. History of the Cell Robert Hooke, 1665 Anton von Leeuwenhoek, 1674 Matthias Schleiden, 1838 Theodor Schwann,
Bell Ringer [3 Minutes] 1.State the 3 points of the Cell Theory 2.Identify ONE difference between a Prokaryotic cell and a Eukaryotic cell.
A cell is the basic unit of structure and function in all living things. It needs water and nutrients to survive. It is found in all living things: bacteria,
THE DISCOVERY OF CELLS Hooke Robert Hooke discovered cells in slices of cork. Leeuwenhoek Anton van Leeuwenhoek was the first to observe living.
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