Presentation on theme: "WHAT DO PLANTS HAVE? Chloroplasts are used to convert the sun’s energy into glucose for the plant. WHAT DO ANIMALS HAVE? Mitochondria are used to."— Presentation transcript:
WHAT DO PLANTS HAVE? Chloroplasts are used to convert the sun’s energy into glucose for the plant. WHAT DO ANIMALS HAVE? Mitochondria are used to convert glucose into useable energy called ATP. ATP is needed for everything an organism does. Lots and lots of chloroplasts and some mitochondria. Just mitochondria. But cells that help with movement, like muscle cells, have more mitochondria to do more work.
PLANTS Most plants cells are “squarish” in shape. ANIMALS Most animal cells are more round in shape.
PLANTS Plant cells have a cell walls made of cellulose, a carbohydrate. The walls provide structural support so plants can grow very tall. ANIMALS Animal cells do not have cell walls.
PLANTS The CV holds water the plant needs. If empty, the plant wilts. The CV also holds the scents of flowers and the juices of fruit. So when you bit into a big juicy apple you just busted open thousands of vacuoles, yummy! ANIMALS Do not have large vacuoles but they can have small ones.
LIST ALL THE REASONS WHY PLANTS CAN STAND UP STRAIGHT. Squarish shape creates block like structures. Cell walls provide additional structural support. Large central vacuole provides internal support. LIST ALL THE REASONS ANIMALS CAN STAND UP STRAIGHT. Bones Muscles ligaments
Do organelles move inside cells? LET’S SEE? Plant video Plant video Describe what you saw in the video. PREDICT:
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website.