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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
The Cell Factory. ORGANELLE is a specific structure of a cell having specialized functions. is a specific structure of a cell having specialized functions.cell.
CELL THEORY: 1. All living things are composed of cells. 2. Cells are the basic units of structure and function in living things. 3. All cells are produced.
Inside Cells Notes Organelles Tiny structures inside cell Tiny structures inside cell Have specific functions Have specific functions.
Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 6 Question 7 Question 8 Question 9 Question.
Eukaryotic Cell Structures & Functions Ch7.3 (Ch7 Vocabulary Guide)
Cytoplasm Jellylike substance Constantly moving in the cell.
Section 3: Cell Organelles The Nucleus: Eukaryotic cells (plant and animal cells) have a nucleus It is surrounded by a double membrane called the nuclear.
Cell Organelles © J Beauchemin Cell Organelles Organelle= “little organ” Found only inside eukaryotic cells All the stuff in between the organelles.
Cell Structure and Function. Cell Membrane Regulates what enters and leaves the cell.
Cells: Plant and Animal What is the smallest part of this living thing?
Cells Structures and Functions 7 th Grade. Vocabulary Words Nucleus Nucleus Nucleolus Nucleolus Mitochondria Mitochondria Golgi Complex Golgi Complex.
Cells. All living things are made up of cells Cells are the building blocks of life Organization Organ Systems Organs Tissues Cells Tissues are made of.
Structures and Functions. Cells work together to form tissues. Tissues work together to form organs. Organs work together to form organ systems.
Introduction to Cells. Why does this cell look like a fried egg?
Biology 133. Cell Parts and Functions Cell Membrane Protects the cell Lets things in and out of the cell Location: around the cell Nucleus Control center.
Cell parts StructureFunctionAnimalPlant Cell membrane Control what enters or leaves the cell (acts as a barrier) Yes Yes.
Are plant and animal cells the same or different?.
Eukaryotic Cell Structure. Cell Wall Found in cells of plants, fungi, bacteria, and some protists. Found in cells of plants, fungi, bacteria, and some.
Types of Cells Cell Functions Membrane Proteins.
Cell Structures and Functions Guided Notes – Part 2.
Unit 2: The Cell KEY CONCEPT Eukaryotic cells share many similarities.
An Overview of the Cell With a focus on Plant and Animal Cell Structures.
Cell Structures, Functions and Transport. Section 7-2 Figure 7-5 Plant and Animal Cells Go to Section: Animal Cell Nucleus Nucleolus Cell Membrane Cytoplasm.
CST Practice Time: Cell Biology. 1. Compared to a skin cell, a muscle cell is likely to have more F Golgi bodies G mitochondria H cell membranes J chloroplasts.
Organelles What I Need To Know. Prokaryotes are very simple, single celled organisms. These cells have no nucleus, and very few organelles. They've got.
Cell Structure & Function Chapter 7. The Discovery of the Cell Without a tool to make them visible cells were until the invention of the microscope 1665.
6.1 All organisms are made of cells. I. The Cell Theory A.In 1655 Robert Hooke observed compartments in a thin slice of cork which he named cells B.In.
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Cell Study Guide Explain the importance of these scientists contributions. Hooke – Leeuwenhook- Schwann- Schleiden Their discoveries lead to the Cell Theory.
1 -nucleus -cytoplasm -nucleolus-cell membrane Vacuole -chloroplast -mitochondria -ribosomes -endoplasmic reticulum(ER)
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