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Objectives: 1. To identify and describe the functions of organelles found in cells. 2. To compare what type of organelles are found in plant, animal and.

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1 Objectives: 1. To identify and describe the functions of organelles found in cells. 2. To compare what type of organelles are found in plant, animal and bacteria cells.

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3 Plant and Animal Cell drawings are not all exactly the same.

4 FunctionCell TypeNick Name Controls what moves into and out of the cell Animal Plant Bacteria Gatekeeper

5 FunctionCell TypeNick Name Liquid of the cell. Holds organelles in place. Animal Plant Bacteria Clear Jello

6 FunctionCell TypeNick Name Controls cell’s activities and contains DNA Animal Plant Control Center Brain

7 FunctionCell TypeNick Name Creates proteins for the cell. Animal Plant Bacteria Protein Factory

8 FunctionCell TypeNick Name Generates energy (ATP) for the cell. Animal Plant Powerhouse

9 FunctionCell TypeNick Name Stores food, water and minerals Small – animal cells Large – plant cells Animal Plant Storage Tank

10 FunctionCell TypeNick Name Makes glucose (sugar) for the plant. Site of photosynthesis. PlantSolar Panels

11 FunctionCell TypeNick Name Supports and protects the plant cell PlantBrick Wall

12 Waste and Storage Maintains structure and shape of the cell Manufactures Material for the Cell Produces Energy Directing

13 I control all cell activities. Mitochondria? Nucleus? Cell Membrane?

14 I am very large in plant cells Mitochondria? Chloroplast? Vacuole?

15 I am a jelly-like substance that suspends cell organelles Mitochondria? Ribosome? Cytoplasm?

16 I am known as the powerhouse that releases energy (ATP) Mitochondria? Ribsome? Cell Membrane?

17 I am the gatekeeper, I control what comes in and out of the cell Cell membrane? Cell Wall? Cytoplasm?

18 I am very small in animal cells. Mitochondria? Nucleus? Vacuole?

19 I store and contain DNA. Mitochondria? Vaculole? Nucleus?

20 I am where proteins are made Cell Wall? Chloroplast? Ribosome?

21 I protect and support plant cells. Mitochondria? Cell Wall? Cell Membrane?

22 I convert sunlight into glucose (sugar) Mitochondria? Chloroplast? Vacuole?

23 I store water, food and minerals Mitochondria? Chloroplast? Vacuole?

24 I am found in eukaryotic an prokaryotic cells Cell wall? Cytoplasm? Mitochondria?

25 I store water, food and minerals Mitochondria? Chloroplast? Vacuole?

26 In class we have learned about organelles and how they function in the cell. Your job is to think of a creative analogy between a cell and all its organelles, and something in real-life. You can use an animal or a plant cell. Make sure that each organelle has a match in your analogy, meaning that they have similar roles or jobs. For example: the nucleus is like a head coach of a football team. Cell Analogy Video

27 Which organelle do you think is the most important? Describe 3 reasons why. Cell membrane Cell wall Cytoplasm Nucleus Mitochondria Chloroplast Ribosome Vacuole

28 “Cell Structures”

29 FunctionCell TypeNick Name Packages and stores chemicals & proteins Animal Plant UPS or shipping center

30 FunctionCell TypeNick Name Digestive sacs that destroy worn out parts and gets rid of bacteria AnimalRecycler and Garbage Man

31 FunctionCell TypeNick Name Canal network- moves materials within the cell. Smooth ER– no ribosomes Rough ER – ribosomes attached Animal Plant E.R. Transportation System

32 I package and store chemicals and proteins Lysosome? Golgi Bodies? Endoplasmic Reticulum?

33 I am a digestive sac that destroys worn our parts and gets rid of bacteria Lysosome? Golgi Bodies? Endoplasmic Reticulum?

34 I am a channel network that moves materials within the cell Mitochondria? Centriole? Endoplasmic Reticulum?


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