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Plant Cell Structures ELL
Plant Cell Structures 1.Mitochondria2. Chromosome 3. Cytoplasm4. Ribosomes A Tiny “machines” that make proteins.
Plant Cell Structures 1.Peroxisome2. Nuclear Pore 3. Cell Wall4. Nucleolus B Small holes in the nucleus.
Plant Cell Structures 1.Vesicles2. Cell membrane 3. Chloroplast4. Central Vacuole C A large sac that stores water and molecules.
Plant Cell Structures 1.Mitochondria2. Chromosome 3. Cytoplasm4. Ribosomes D DNA that has been packed closely together.
Plant Cell Structures 1.Peroxisomes2. Nuclear Pore 3. Cell Wall4. Nucleolus E A thick layer that gives the cell its shape.
Plant Cell Structures 1.Vesicles2. Cell membrane 3. Chloroplast4. Central Vacuole F A thin “bag” that lets molecules move in and out of the cell.
Plant Cell Structures 1.Mitochondria2. Chromosome 3. Cytoplasm4. Ribosomes G An organelle that changes food energy into energy the cell can use.
Plant Cell Structures 1.Peroxisome2. Nuclear Pore 3. Cell Wall4. Nucleolus H An organelle that breaks down poisons.
Plant Cell Structures 1.Vesicles2. Cell membrane 3. Chloroplast4. Central Vacuole I Tiny sacs that move molecules around the cell.
Plant Cell Structures 1.Mitochondria2. Chromosome 3. Cytoplasm4. Ribosomes J The liquid part of the cell that contains organelles.
Plant Cell Structures 1.Peroxisome2. Nuclear Pore 3. Cell Wall4. Nucleolus K An area in the nucleus where ribosomes are made.
Plant Cell Structures 1.Vesicles2. Cell membrane 3. Chloroplast4. Central Vacuole L An organelle that changes light energy into food energy.
Plant Cell Structure M. What main function can plant cells do that animal cells can not do? a)Consume sugar b)Grow and divide c)Make their own food d)Move molecules in and out
Bell Ringer [3 Minutes] 1.State the 3 points of the Cell Theory 2.Identify ONE difference between a Prokaryotic cell and a Eukaryotic cell.
Plant and Animal Cells The organelles and their functions By S. Mars.
Cell Organelles Found in Plant and Animal Cells Cell membrane Nucleus Nucleolus Mitochonria Ribosomes Lysosomes Endoplasmic reticulum Golgi Body Cilia.
Objective: What are the functions of the different organelles within cells?
Cell Organelles The Elite 11. Cytoplasm Jellylike substance that organelles float in.
Life Science Unit 1 Chapter 3 Lesson 2 Cell Structure.
They are all made of cells Nucleus Cell wall.
PLANT CELL PARTS ANIMAL CELL PARTS CELL PARTS THAT ARE COMMON TO PLANT AND ANIMAL CELLS CELL MEMBRANE: INSIDE THE CELL WALL (PLANT) AND THE OUTSIDE.
Animal Cell Structures ELL. Animal Cell Structures 1.Contractile Vacuole2. Cilium (Cilia) 3. Centrioles4. Vesicles A Small sacs that move molecules around.
1 Number your paper Captures sunlight and where photosynthesis takes place.
Cell Organelle Card Sort. Cytoplasm The liquid part in which the other organelles float.
Structure = Function Part of the reason why plants and animals function differently is because of the structure of the cells that make up each living.
Eukaryotic Cell Structure 7-2. Organelles All the tiny structures that are found inside a cell are called organelles Organelle = means “little organs”
Cells The Basic Unit of Life. Animal Cell Parts of the Cell (Organelles) Nucleus – contain the genetic material (DNA) Nucleolus – makes ribosomes ER.
Page #Description Date Assigned Point Value Presentation Notes11/710.
Cell Organelles. A cell is like a factory. It has many machines inside to make it work correctly. The “machines” in a cell are called organelles.
Cell Notes. There are two main types of cells - animal and plant These cells have very different jobs but share some of the same organelles.
Parts of a cell What are the functions of cell organelles? What organelles are only in plant cells?
Ch. 3: “Cell Structure” Directed Reading: “Cell Organelles”
Name that Organelle!. Generate energy for the cell Mitochondria.
The Eukaryotic cell – Parts and their functions. Use this PowerPoint to study the parts and functions of the cell.
5.2 Cells: a Look Inside Why is a cell like a cookie factory? A cookie factory has many parts that work together to make it function. A cell also has.
Cell Organelle Card Sort. The liquid part in which the other organelles float.
PLANT AND ANIMAL CELLS Chapter 7. What’s a cell? The structural, functional and biological unit of all organisms.
Looking Inside Cells. Cell Wall Description: strong, stiff layer outside of the cell membrane Function: protects and supports the cell Only in plant cells.
CELL STRUCTURE Eukaryotic cells contain many organelles: small structures within a cell, sometimes surrounded by a membrane.
Parts of the Cell. Animal Cell Various Shapes Obtain Energy.
Nucleolus Makes ribosomes in the nucleus. Chromatin Contains DNA; coils into chromosomes.
Cell Organelles. Animal Cells The following slide are organelles typically found in the animal cells.
Organelle Review. Eukaryotes Plant and Animal Cells. Eukaryotes have a nucleus.
Cell Organelles. Cytoskeleton · Functions: >Supports and shapes the cell >Helps position and transport organelles >Provides strength >Assists in cell.
Cell Organelles What you need to know. An organelle is a membrane- bound structure that carries out specific activities for the cell.
Cell Structure and Function. Animal Cell Plant Cell.
A close up on a cell. Living things are called organisms Organisms are made up of one or more cells Your body is made up of trillions! of cells Cells.
Cell organelles. Eukaryotes Cells with nucleus Prokaryotes Cells that do not have a nucleus.
4.Cell Organelles 1. You explored the cell during the webquest 2 Now we will discuss a few of the more common cell organelles.
Organelle nucleus mitochondria cell membrane chloroplast cytoplasm cell wall ribosome lysosome Golgi bodies vacuole endoplasmic reticulum Function controls.
Cell Parts Start Review. Cell Membrane Endoplasmic Reticulum Nucleus Ribosomes Golgi Bodies Mitochondria Lysosomes Nuclear Membrane Vacuole Plant Cell.
Cell Organelle Trivia Cell types & cell theory OrganellesMore Organelles Organelle Images
Exit Questions Sept. 11, What is the function of the Chloroplast? 2. What is the function of the Cell Wall? 3. What is the function of a vacuole?
The Cell Review of Cell Theory Organelles of Plant and Animal Cells.
Name That Organelle! What am I? Day 1 1.I provide strength and support to the cell. I am a rigid structure and protect the cell. I am made out of cellulose.
Parts of a cell Chapter 1. Table of Contents Add the following under Science Process Skills to your table of contents: Parts of a cell pg.
Question and Answer Samples and Techniques. TRUE or FALSE? Bacteria are prokaryotes.
Cells. Definitions Cell – the smallest unit of a living organism; surrounded by a thin membrane Unicellular – an organism consisting of only one cell.
The Cell Parts of Plant and Animal Cells Structure and Function.
I can identify the structure of the nucleus. I can identify the functions and locations of the nucleus. I can identify the structure of the mitochondria.
PLANT AND ANIMAL CELLS. Cell Theory: All organisms are made up of one or more cells. The cell is the basic unit of organization of all organisms. All.
Let’s Play Jeopardy! A Cell Organelle Review Game.
Cell Structures 7-2. Cell Structures The cell has many parts that work together like a machine in order to carry out all of it’s life processes They all.
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