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Homework for Monday Oct. 5th  Finish Microscope lab ?’s & analysis  Print note outline “Cell Organelles”  Read Chapter 3 Section 3 pages 61-66  Complete.

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1 Homework for Monday Oct. 5th  Finish Microscope lab ?’s & analysis  Print note outline “Cell Organelles”  Read Chapter 3 Section 3 pages  Complete 2 colored & labeled drawing (1 plant and 1 animal)  Plant cell must include: nucleus, cell wall, plasma membrane, vesicle, mitochondria, chloroplast, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, and central Vacuole.  Animal cell must include: nucleus, plasma membrane, phospholipid bilayer (label hyrophobic & hyrophilic parts), vesicle, mitochondria, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, vacuole, and lysosomes.

2 Homework for Monday Oct. 5th  Finish Microscope lab ?’s & analysis  Print note outline “Cell Organelles”  Read Chapter 3 Section 3 pages  Complete 2 colored & labeled drawing (1 plant and 1 animal)  Plant cell must include: nucleus, cell wall, plasma membrane, vesicle, mitochondria, chloroplast, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, and central Vacuole.  Animal cell must include: nucleus, plasma membrane, phospholipid bilayer (label hyrophobic & hyrophilic parts), vesicle, mitochondria, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, vacuole, and lysosomes.

3 Homework for Monday Oct. 5th  Finish Microscope lab ?’s & analysis  Print note outline “Cell Organelles”  Read Chapter 3 Section 3 pages  Complete 2 colored & labeled drawing (1 plant and 1 animal)  Plant cell must include: nucleus, cell wall, plasma membrane, vesicle, mitochondria, chloroplast, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, and central Vacuole.  Animal cell must include: nucleus, plasma membrane, phospholipid bilayer (label hyrophobic & hyrophilic parts), vesicle, mitochondria, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, vacuole, and lysosomes.

4 Homework for Monday Oct. 5th  Finish Microscope lab ?’s & analysis  Print note outline “Cell Organelles”  Read Chapter 3 Section 3 pages  Complete 2 colored & labeled drawing (1 plant and 1 animal)  Plant cell must include: nucleus, cell wall, plasma membrane, vesicle, mitochondria, chloroplast, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, and central Vacuole.  Animal cell must include: nucleus, plasma membrane, phospholipid bilayer (label hyrophobic & hyrophilic parts), vesicle, mitochondria, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, vacuole, and lysosomes.

5 Homework for Monday Oct. 5th  Finish Microscope lab ?’s & analysis  Print note outline “Cell Organelles”  Read Chapter 3 Section 3 pages  Complete 2 colored & labeled drawing (1 plant and 1 animal)  Plant cell must include: nucleus, cell wall, plasma membrane, vesicle, mitochondria, chloroplast, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, and central Vacuole.  Animal cell must include: nucleus, plasma membrane, phospholipid bilayer (label hyrophobic & hyrophilic parts), vesicle, mitochondria, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, vacuole, and lysosomes.

6 Homework for Monday Oct. 5th  Finish Microscope lab ?’s & analysis  Print note outline “Cell Organelles”  Read Chapter 3 Section 3 pages  Complete 2 colored & labeled drawing (1 plant and 1 animal)  Plant cell must include: nucleus, cell wall, plasma membrane, vesicle, mitochondria, chloroplast, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, and central Vacuole.  Animal cell must include: nucleus, plasma membrane, phospholipid bilayer (label hyrophobic & hyrophilic parts), vesicle, mitochondria, cytoskeleton, Golgi, rough and smooth ER, ribosomes, vacuole, and lysosomes.


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