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Cells www.teachersdomain.org Gallery of Cells Mrs. Harlin
1.1.1 Summarize the structure and function of organelles in eukaryotic cells (including the nucleus, plasma membrane, cell wall, mitochondria, vacuoles, chloroplasts, and ribosomes) and ways that these organelles interact with each other to perform the function of the cell.
NUCLEUS Directs all cell activities Contains instructions for everything the cell does These instructions are found on a hereditary material called DNA
Plasma Membrane Protective layer around ALL cells. Allows things in and out of cells. Helps cell maintain homeostasis (internal balance).
protects the cell gives shape is made of cellulose A cell wall is found in plants, algae, fungi, & most bacteria. NOT found in animal cells. Located outside the cell membrane. CELL WALL
MITOCHONDRIA Organelles that break down glucose to make ATP- process called cellular respiration. AKA the powerhouse. Inner folded membranes= increase in surface area= more energy production during aerobic cellular respiration
VACUOLES Temporary storage spaces Store food, water, waste Take up most of a plant’s cells volume.
Chloroplasts Green organelles that make food= photosynthesis found only in plant cells
RIBOSOMES Site of protein synthesis! = to make proteins Float freely or attached to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) In ALL cells!
The Cell is like a Factory DNA from the nucleus codes for proteins. Proteins are used as enzymes for chemical reactions: – Energy production at the mitochondria – Making glucose in the chloroplast – Digesting large organic molecules
Life’s Levels of Hierarchy Atoms-> Molecules-> Organelles-> Cells ->Tissues -> Organs -> Organ Systems -> Organisms This applies only for multicellular organisms.