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 Recognize cells both increase in number and differentiate, becoming specialized in structure and function, during and after embryonic development. 

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2  Recognize cells both increase in number and differentiate, becoming specialized in structure and function, during and after embryonic development.  Describe the structure of cell parts found in different types of cells and the functions they perform.  Explain physical and chemical interactions that occur between organelles as they carry out life processes.

3  Identify that all organisms are made of cells.  Identify and describe cell structures and functions.  Define organelles by their functions.  Identify cell differentiation.  Explain the chemical and physical interactions between organelles as they carry out life processes.

4  Who was the first person to use the term cell?  What are the three parts of the cell theory?  Name a difference between a prokaryotic cell and a eukaryotic cell.  Did you incorporate biology terms into your everyday conversation over the weekend?

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6  Organelle= “little organ”  Found only inside eukaryotic cells!  Everything in a cell except the nucleus is cytoplasm.

7  FROM HERE, YOU WILL PRESENT THE INFORMATION FOR NOTES!  Ace - Nucleus  King - Ribosomes  Queen – Endoplasmic reticulum  Jack – Golgi Apparatus  10 - Lysosomes  9 - Mitochondria  8 - Chloroplasts  7 - Vacuole

8  Nickname: “The Control Center”  Function: Contains DNA and nucleolus. › DNA is the coded instructions for making proteins.

9  Nickname: “The Assembly Line”  Function: Site of protein synthesis. › Found both on rough ER and throughout the cytoplasm.

10  Nickname: “Highway of the cell”  Function: Site where proteins are assembled and delivered through the cell. › Rough ER: studded with ribosomes; it makes proteins › Smooth ER: no ribosomes; it makes lipids

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12 Diagram Information  Nickname: “The Mailroom”  Function: Modifies, sorts, and packages materials for transport inside/outside the cell. › Looks like a stack of pancakes!

13  Nickname: “Clean-up Crew”  Function: › Breakdown materials so the cell can use them. › Breakdown useless organelles.

14  Nickname: “The Powerhouse”  Function: Convert usable compounds for energy from the food you eat. › Has it’s own strand of DNA. › Almost all mitochondria comes from the cytoplasm of the egg cell (all mitochondria came from your mom).

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16  Recognize cells both increase in number and differentiate, becoming specialized in structure and function, during and after embryonic development.  Describe the structure of cell parts found in different types of cells and the functions they perform.  Explain physical and chemical interactions that occur between organelles as they carry out life processes.

17  Identify that all organisms are made of cells.  Identify and describe cell structures and functions.  Define organelles by their functions.  Identify cell differentiation.  Explain the chemical and physical interactions between organelles as they carry out life processes.

18  Function: Traps energy from the sun to produce food for the plant. › Contains the green pigment chlorophyll.

19  Nickname: “The Warehouse”  Function:  Storage container for water and other materials. › Large central vacuole usually in plant cells › Can be many smaller vacuoles in animal cells

20  Cell membrane – ALL CELLS covered by thin flexible barrier. › Nickname: Doorman  Cell wall – strong supporting layer around membrane that gives cell shape. › Only in plant cells.

21  Any questions for the good of the cause?  We will be doing a project centered around these organelles.  Next experimental design will also deal with cells.


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