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3.2 Cell Organelles Eukaryotic Cell: Organelles pg Determine the main function of the 12 major organelles in eukaryotic cells Cell membrane Cytoskeleton Nucleus Endoplasmic Reticulum (Smooth and Rough) Golgi Apparatus Vesicles Mitochondria Vacuole Lysosomes (animal) Centrioles (animal) Cell Wall (plant) Chloroplasts (plant) Notes on pg. 26 of INB
3.2 Cell Organelles Eukaryotic Cell: Organelles pg Determine whether you are going to make a plant or animal cell 2. Draw the outline of your cell on your poster 3. Out of construction paper- construct organelles (using a different color for each type of organelle) 4. Label each organelle 5. Write the function of each type of organelle
3.2 Cell Organelles Mitochondria Convert molecules from the food you eat into usable energy Powerhouse of the cell Rough E.R. Example
3.2 Cell Organelles Sponge: Set up Cornell Notes on pg. 27 Topic: 3.2 Cell Organelles Essential Question: Compare: What similarities do mitochondria and chloroplasts share? 2.1 Atoms, Ions, and Molecules Compare: What similarities do mitochondria and chloroplasts share? 3.2 Cell Organelles Key Concept: Eukaryotic Cells share many similarities
3.2 Cell Organelles KEY CONCEPT Eukaryotic cells share many similarities. Plant Cell Animal Cell Can you find some similarities????
3.2 Cell Organelles Main Ideas Cells have an internal structure Several organelles are involved in making and processing proteins Other organelles have various functions Plant cells have cell walls and chloroplasts STANDARDS 1.e Students know that usable energy is captured from sunlight by chloroplasts and is stored through the synthesis of sugar from carbon dioxide 1.g Students know the role of the mitochondria in making stored chemical-bond energy available to cells by completing the breakdown of glucose to carbon dioxide 1.j Students know how eukaryotic cells are given shape and internal organization by a cytoskeleton or cell wall or both
3.2 Cell Organelles Like your body, eukaryotic cells are highly organized structures.
3.2 Cell Organelles Skin: Receives sensory information (touch) Protects Intestines: Digest food Kidneys: Filter waste Bones: Protect and support other organs
3.2 Cell Organelles The Living Cell Video
3.2 Cell Organelles Cell membrane: Separates interior material from outside environment Selectively permeable (only certain things can move in and out) How can we compare the cell membrane to our skin?
3.2 Cell Organelles The cytoskeleton is made of small protein subunits that form long threads, or fibers, that crisscross the ENTIRE cell.
3.2 Cell Organelles – –provides strength, shape, and support – –helps position and transport organelles –assists in cell division How can we compare the Cytoskeleton to our human Skeleton?
3.2 Cell Organelles * The nucleus stores and protects genetic information or DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). – –Contains instructions to make proteins
3.2 Cell Organelles Nucleus Video
3.2 Cell Organelles There are two types of endoplasmic reticulum. –* Rough endoplasmic reticulum –Have bumps called ribosomes which link amino acids together to form proteins –protein synthesis occurs here