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Chloroplasts and Centrioles By Rotimi, Stephen, Chris, and Nick
Chloroplasts Are only found in plant cells. Replace mitochondria Produce energy from sunlight Thylakoids trap the sunlight A group of thylakoids is called a granum.
Function This cells purpose is to make food It takes water and CO2 and uses sunlight to make it into sugars
Interesting Facts Give pants their green color. Is necessary in photosynthesis. The one unique organelle that only plants have.
And on to Centrioles!
What do They Look Like? Made of nine microtubules arranged in a circular shape gives them a cylinder appearance
Where are They Located? Found in animal cells and most protist cells Float around in the cytoplasm Located near the nucleus Found in pairs
Function Helps in cell division nucleation points for spindle formation during mitosis and meiosis The basal body for cilia and flagella
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Eukaryotic Cell Structure. Cell Wall Found in cells of plants, fungi, bacteria, and some protists. Found in cells of plants, fungi, bacteria, and some.
Cells: Plant and Animal What is the smallest part of this living thing?
Cell Organelles © J Beauchemin Cell Organelles Organelle= “little organ” Found only inside eukaryotic cells All the stuff in between the organelles.
Introduction to Cells. Why does this cell look like a fried egg?
LN# 8 Cells. Cells Cells are the basic unit of living organisms. The cell theory describes the connection between living things and cells. The cell theory.
Cell Structure and Function. Cell Membrane Regulates what enters and leaves the cell.
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.
Objectives At the end of this lesson students will: Be able to identify organisms that can carry out photosynthesis and those that cannot. Be able to.
Cell Processes Photosynthesis and Respiration. Photosynthesis Nearly all living things get their energy either directly or indirectly from energy of sunlight.
Dana Ethridge Anna Milstead Ashley Myers Ashlee Palermo WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? PLANT, ANIMAL, AND BACTERIAL CELLS.
Photosynthesis and Respiration. What is photosynthesis? A chemical reaction that occurs in plants that changes light energy to chemical energy A chemical.
Unit 2: The Cell KEY CONCEPT Eukaryotic cells share many similarities.
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.
All living things need energy to carry out their life processes.
How Do Plants Produce Food?. What are the basic parts of the plants? Roots, stems, leaves.
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.
Structures and Functions. Cells work together to form tissues. Tissues work together to form organs. Organs work together to form organ systems.
The Cell in Action Guided Notes. What you should already know… Cell membrane – a phospholipid layer that covers a cells surface; acts as a barrier between.
Photosynthesis Grade 3. The student will: Learn what photosynthesis is and how it helps plants. Learn what a plant needs for photosynthesis.
Inside the World of Cells Unit 3: Cells Chapter 7: Cell Structure and Function Section 7-2 Eukaryotic Cell Structure Text: pages
THE CELL. YOU MUST KNOW… THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF ORGANELLES COMMON TO PLANT AND ANIMAL.
Photosynthesis Write On Fourth Grade. Learner Expectation Content Standard: 3.0 Food Production and Energy for Life The student will study the basic parts.
Energy in Cells Cellular Respiration Photosynthesis Vs.
The Cell Ch. 7. Cell History Hooke - is the scientist who 1st coined the term “cell” – in the 1660’s he observed cork from a tree stem (they reminded.
Ch. 8 Cell Structure & Function Lesson 1: What Do Cells Do?
Cell Structures and Functions By: Katy Nichols and Corey Huffman.
Welcome to Cell City Jeopardy! I’m your happenin’ host Sal the Scientist! Today we will be learning about the basic building block of all life - cells!
Photosynthesis A Study Guide. O 2 and glucose CO 2 H2OH2O Plants can make its own food [glucose] by using light from the Sun. A by-product of this process.
By: Group 4 Fifth Grade. ROOTS Roots hold a plant in the ground. They take in water and minerals from the soil. The roots of a plant are underground,
The Cell Covers CA Standards 1c, 1f, 1g. Cell theory 1. Organisms composed of one or more cells 2. Cell is basic unit of organization 3. All cells come.
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