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Week of February 16th through February 20th Monday off President’s Day Tuesday snow day Wednesday NEW UNIT CELLS Refer to the slides for lesson plan You.

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1 Week of February 16th through February 20th Monday off President’s Day Tuesday snow day Wednesday NEW UNIT CELLS Refer to the slides for lesson plan You do…turn in your poster with rubric You do…copy HW CellsU1L1 Classwork I do Distribute your new Books Cells We do review setup of new book Cells We do Watch Movie Cells or L1U1 virtual lesson…. Thursday You do…copy HW Cells U1L2 and all vocabulary in new section of notebook titled Cells and Heredity Classwork I do credit HW U1L1 We do Review U1L1 We do Model size of cells to volume ration using various sized styrofoam ball and a 300 mL beaker Friday students got called to nurse and/or dentist so lesson will continue into next week YOU DO Copy HW Use rubric and check list provided during Kingdom Poster project to self assess poster. Study U1L1 and U1L2 for future assessment Classwork Notes Unit 1 Lesson 2 Chemistry of Cells Refer to PP U1L2 chemistry of Cells I do Return Posters Review U1L1 and U1L2 to completion

2 Objective: To explore the Standards Week of February 16th through February 20th

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6 1aYes all living things are made of a cell or cells. Bacteria and Protista (plant/animal/plant & animal/fungi) are unicellular all other all other Animals and plants are multicellular 1bNo, rocks are nonliving so AMC means atoms, molecules, compounds, not cells. Cells are not found in nonliving substances. 1cCells come in many different sizes. Larger cells do not mean they perform a more meaningful function to support life. A larger cell does have more surface area to transport substances in and out of the cell. 1dCells perform all functions of life from a unicellular organisms completing all 8 characteristics and functions of life with jut one cell to multicellular chordates, like you, having many different specialized cells.

7 Package and transport DNA a large molecule Gene are made of DNA molecules Chromosome are made up of genes all of the genes if a complete set (diploid) or half of the genes if (haploid) Mighty Mitochondria - Power house of cell. Found in tail of sperm so the tail never enters the egg and less Mitochondria from male is contributed Brain of the cell Not an organelle, help in protein synthesis Nucleolus – little nucleus houses DNA Nuclear emvelop or membrane gate keeper To nucleus dissolves and reforms during division Plasma & cell membrane gate keeper to cells

8 Capsule is not a cell membrane No nucleus or nuclear membrane https://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=Al0I20m55pU0YsaHvokMpjabvZx4?p=prokaryotic+cells&toggle=1 &cop=mss&ei=UTF-8&fr=yfp-t-764&fp=1

9 Quizlet test password GTScience7 https://quizlet.com/ /edit/new U1L1 DOL Fusion deedz022 4

10 5 UNDERLINE FIRST SENTENCE NOTES: Cells are important because a unicellular organism is just one cell that supports the life of the organism. Cells are also important because in multicellular organisms cells work together to perform specialized functions

11 REFER TO TABLE TO COMPARE AND CONTRAST BACTERIA (PROKARYOTIC) EUKARYOTIC (PROTISTA-FUNGI-PLANT) AND ANIMAL CELLS REFER TO TABLE TO COMPARE AND CONTRAST BACTERIA (PROKARYOTIC) EUKARYOTIC (PROTISTA-FUNGI-PLANT) AND ANIMAL CELLS

12 PROKARYOTIC Bacteria EUKARYOTIC PROTIST-PLANTS EUKARYOTIC ANIMAL Capsule NO CELL MEMBRANE Inner/Outer membrane Cell wall Chromosomes Flagellum Cytoplasm Pili Ribosomes make proteins and enzymes NO Centrosome NO CENTRIOLES Chloroplast (CYANOBACTERIA) NO Cytoskeleton NO Cytosol NO Golgi NO Lysosome (rare) NO Mitochondria NO Nucleus NO Nucleolus NO Peroxisome NO Reticulum NO Rough Endoplasmic NO Secretory Vesicle NO Smooth Endoplasmic NO Vacuole 1 LARGE NO CAPSULE Cell Membrane No inner and outer Cell Wall Chromosomes Flagellum Rare Euglena Cytoplasm NO PILI Ribosomes Ribosomes on ER make proteins and enzymes Centrosome NO CENTRIOLES Chloroplast (plant cells only) Cytoskeleton Cytosol Golgi Lysosome (rare) Mitochondria Nucleus Nucleolus Peroxisome Reticulum Rough Endoplasmic Secretory Vesicle Smooth Endoplasmic Vacuole 1 LARGE NO CAPSULE Cell Membrane no inner and outer NO CELL WALL Chromosomes Flagellum Rare Euglena Cytoplasm NO PILI Ribosomes on ER make proteins and enzymes Centrosomes Centriole NO CHLOROPLAST Cytoskeleton Cytosol Golgi Lysosome Mitochondria Nucleus Nucleolus Peroxisome Reticulum Rough Endoplasmic Secretory Vesicle Smooth Endoplasmic Vacuole MANY SMALL 6 & 12

13 1 WORK GOING DOWN LINED PAPER 2 FORMULA surface area= (Length X Width) X 6 sides 3 PLUGsurface area=(3cm X 3cm) X 6 sides 4 Solvesurface area =54 cm 2 1 WORK GOING DOWN LINED PAPER 2 FORMULA surface area= (Length X Width) X 6 sides 3 PLUGsurface area=(3cm X 3cm) X 6 sides 4 Solvesurface area =54 cm 2 5 FORMULA Volume = length X width X height 6 PLUGVolume=3 cm X 3 cm X 3 cm 7 SOLVEVolume=27 cm 3 5 FORMULA Volume = length X width X height 6 PLUGVolume=3 cm X 3 cm X 3 cm 7 SOLVEVolume=27 cm 3 8 FORMULA Ratio = surface area: volume 9 PLUGRatio =54 cm 2 : 27 cm 3 10 REDUCERatio=2 cm 2 : 1 cm 3 8 FORMULA Ratio = surface area: volume 9 PLUGRatio =54 cm 2 : 27 cm 3 10 REDUCERatio=2 cm 2 : 1 cm 3 7 PROCEDURE TO CALCULATE RATION OF SURFACE AREA TO VOLUME OF A CELL 7 PROCEDURE TO CALCULATE RATION OF SURFACE AREA TO VOLUME OF A CELL

14 The Name Game 1673 Anton van Leeuwenhoek – drew organisms MEMORY STRATEGY AN “ANT” IN HIS NAME ANTON AND HE DREW ORGANISMS AN ANT IS AN ORGANISM 1665 ROBERT HOOKE – Famous cork experiment 1 st to use term cells. MEMORY STRATEGY PUT A HOOK IN A LINE TO SELL YOUR PRODUCT OR CORK IT 1838 MATTHIAS SCHLEIDEN – Unlike Hooke who looked at cork which is nonliving, Schleiden looked at pond water with living cells. First to say plants are made of living cells. MEMORY STRATEGY YOU PUTS PLANTS AND THEN MATTS TO SHIELD THE FLOOR IN YOUR DEN 1839 THEODOR SCHWANN – 1 st to say all animal tissues are made of cells so all organisms are made of cells. MEMORY STRATEGY A SWAN IS AN ANIMAL 1858 RUDOLF VIRCHOW – Cells come from existing cells. MEMORY STRATEGY RUDOLF THE RED NOSE REINDEER CAME FROM OTHER REINDEER EVEN IS HIS RED NOSE WAS MUTATED AND PREVENTED HIM FROM VIRTUALLY EATING CHOW WITH THE OTHER REINDEER Anton van Leeuwenhoek – drew organisms MEMORY STRATEGY AN “ANT” IN HIS NAME ANTON AND HE DREW ORGANISMS AN ANT IS AN ORGANISM 1665 ROBERT HOOKE – Famous cork experiment 1 st to use term cells. MEMORY STRATEGY PUT A HOOK IN A LINE TO SELL YOUR PRODUCT OR CORK IT 1838 MATTHIAS SCHLEIDEN – Unlike Hooke who looked at cork which is nonliving, Schleiden looked at pond water with living cells. First to say plants are made of living cells. MEMORY STRATEGY YOU PUTS PLANTS AND THEN MATTS TO SHIELD THE FLOOR IN YOUR DEN 1839 THEODOR SCHWANN – 1 st to say all animal tissues are made of cells so all organisms are made of cells. MEMORY STRATEGY A SWAN IS AN ANIMAL 1858 RUDOLF VIRCHOW – Cells come from existing cells. MEMORY STRATEGY RUDOLF THE RED NOSE REINDEER CAME FROM OTHER REINDEER EVEN IS HIS RED NOSE WAS MUTATED AND PREVENTED HIM FROM VIRTUALLY EATING CHOW WITH THE OTHER REINDEER.

15 #8 and #10 THREE PARTS OF CELL THEORY & WHO MADE THE CONTRIBUTION #8 and #10 THREE PARTS OF CELL THEORY & WHO MADE THE CONTRIBUTION 1 st THEODOR SCHWANN – All organisms are made of one or more cells 2 nd THEODORE SCHWANN – the cell is the basic unit of living things 3 rd RUDOLF VIRCHOW – Cells come from existing cells 1 st THEODOR SCHWANN – All organisms are made of one or more cells 2 nd THEODORE SCHWANN – the cell is the basic unit of living things 3 rd RUDOLF VIRCHOW – Cells come from existing cells

16 (COMPLETED IN LABS HANDS ON AND VIRTUAL “PARAMECIUM” AND “AMOEBA” PROCEDURE 1.0In small sample cup use pipet to collect a sample of snail or fish aquarium water 2.0Use pipet to place sufficient drops to fill the concave well of a slide 3.0Stain the water using blue stain 4.0Place slide cover over well 5.0Wick off excess water 6.0Start with 10X locate the edge of the slide cover 7.0Move slide to center well below 10X objective 8.0Focus on protista 9.0Increase total magnification to 400X 10.0 Relocate protista 11.0 Identify Protista using DOL Foss Book pages Have teacher confirm identification 13.0 Write identified and confirmed protista on class chart (COMPLETED IN LABS HANDS ON AND VIRTUAL “PARAMECIUM” AND “AMOEBA” PROCEDURE 1.0In small sample cup use pipet to collect a sample of snail or fish aquarium water 2.0Use pipet to place sufficient drops to fill the concave well of a slide 3.0Stain the water using blue stain 4.0Place slide cover over well 5.0Wick off excess water 6.0Start with 10X locate the edge of the slide cover 7.0Move slide to center well below 10X objective 8.0Focus on protista 9.0Increase total magnification to 400X 10.0 Relocate protista 11.0 Identify Protista using DOL Foss Book pages Have teacher confirm identification 13.0 Write identified and confirmed protista on class chart

17 11 https://quizlet.com/ /edit/new U1L1 DOL Fusion deedz https://quizlet.com/ /edit/new U1L1 DOL Fusion deedz Refer to question # 6 slide for table 13 Refer to #2 slide for more DOK for this answer

18 15 All cells come from existing cells 16 DNA is in the nucleus of eukaryotes.

19 17 organismBacteria Archae ProtistaFungi Plant Animal Organisms are made of one or more cells Unicellular organism Multicellular organism Cells are the basic unit of living things 1 cell performs the 8 functions and 2 characteristics of life Many cells work together to perform the 8 functions and 2 characteristics of ife All cells come form existing cells Bacteria use binary fission to produce identical bacteria Protista use mitosis to create identical protista Amoeba make Amoeba Fungi, plants and animals use asexual and sexual to produce identical and genetically varied organisms

20 Cells are the smallest functional and structural unit of all life. A cell membrane surrounds ALL cells Living things are called organisms Various answers refer to table for questions #6

21 1 WORK GOING DOWN LINED PAPER 2 FORMULA surface area= (Length X Width) X 6 sides 3 PLUGsurface area=(5cm X 5cm) X 6 sides 4 Solvesurface area =150 cm 2 1 WORK GOING DOWN LINED PAPER 2 FORMULA surface area= (Length X Width) X 6 sides 3 PLUGsurface area=(5cm X 5cm) X 6 sides 4 Solvesurface area =150 cm 2 5 FORMULA Volume = length X width X height 6 PLUGVolume=5 cm X 5 cm X 5 cm 7 SOLVEVolume=125 cm 3 5 FORMULA Volume = length X width X height 6 PLUGVolume=5 cm X 5 cm X 5 cm 7 SOLVEVolume=125 cm 3 8 FORMULA Ratio = surface area: volume 9 PLUGRatio =150 cm 2 : 125 cm 3 10 REDUCERatio=6 cm 2 : 5 cm 3 8 FORMULA Ratio = surface area: volume 9 PLUGRatio =150 cm 2 : 125 cm 3 10 REDUCERatio=6 cm 2 : 5 cm 3 # 7 Lesson Review

22 8 A larger surface area per volume permits cells to come into more contact with their environment internally and externally to be able to efficiently move substances in and out of the cell as needed.

23 1 guided reading 2 cell part and function flash card 3-5 Assessments 3 Matching Labeling an Animal Cells 4 Identify Animal Cell Parts 5 Function of animal Cell Parts

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27 I went into a cell, to get out of the rain And there was the gate keeper the cell membrane I went into a cell, and what did I see The mitochondria It’s The energy factory I went into a cell and said Who drives this bus And Found myself talking to the boss the nucleus I went into a cell To recover from a spasm And Found myself swimming in some clear cytoplasm I went into a nucleus to ask how to get home And got genetic info stored in a chromosome I went into a cell And stretching oh so far was a thin and wavy network its called the ER I went into a cell Trying not to be perplexed by the packaging and sorting in the Golgi complex I went into a cell And said who makes proteins here and somebody responded it’s the ribosome my dear I went into a cell and was feeling pretty fine ‘til a lysosome engulfed me and dissolved me in enzymes I went into a cell and was feelin pretty nimble Til a centriole lassoed me tying me up I a spindle CELL SONG https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rABKB5aS 2Zg

28 I went into a plant cell to see how trees get so tall And all around the outside was a ridgid cell wall I went into a plant cell why’s it so green I asked Cuz I make food from sunlight said a green chloroplast I went into a plant cell to see how plant cells store food When a vacuole informed me he was the storage dude So when you go inside a cell remember what you see There’s over a trillion cells in both you and me Just sing this song if you ever feel confusion And remember active transport is the opposite of confusion


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