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Bell Ringer [3 Minutes] State the 3 points of the Cell TheoryIdentify ONE difference between a Prokaryotic cell and a Eukaryotic cell
MYP Biology: Cell Organelles
What are the parts of Eukaryotic cells?Eukaryotic cells contain specialized structures called Organelles, which each perform a specific function within the cell.
Organelles in ALL Eukaryotic cellsNucleus: Control center of cell, where DNA is stored
Organelles in ALL Eukaryotic cellsRibosomes: Make proteins
Organelles in ALL Eukaryotic cellsMitochondria: Produces energy the cell can use
Organelles in ALL Eukaryotic cellsEndoplasmic Reticulum: Transports molecules around cell
Organelles in ALL Eukaryotic cellsGolgi Apparatus Packages proteins into vesicles (tiny sacs)
Organelles only in Eukaryotic Animal cellsLysosome Digests old cell parts with enzymes and acid
Organelles only in Eukaryotic Plant cellsCell Wall Rigid outer layer that provides structure/ support
Organelles only in Eukaryotic Plant cellsChloroplast Uses light energy to produce food (sugar) for plant cells [Photosynthesis]
Organelles only in Eukaryotic Plant cellsCentral Vacuole Large sac that stores water and food
Animal or Plant Cell?
Animal or Plant Cell?
Cells demonstrate Emergent PropertiesAn Emergent Property is a property that ‘emerges’ or results from many smaller parts working together as part of a larger system
KEY CONCEPT Eukaryotic cells share many similarities.
Cells – Chapter 1.
Cell Structure and Parts. Cell Similarities Cells come in many different shapes and sizes and perform a wide variety of functions but they all have the.
Cells & The Cell Theory.
Cell Organelles What you need to know.
Question and Answer Samples and Techniques
Review of Cell Theory Organelles of Plant and Animal Cells
Cells, Cells, Cells! Go back to your foldable, check if what you wrote in the engagement is correct. Make another foldable and write the organelle,
Section 1.2: Microscopes allow us to see inside the cell
Directed Reading: “Cell Organelles”
Chapter 7 Section 2 Eukaryotic Cell Structure
Endoplasmic Reticulum (E.R.): Smooth and rough. Golgi Apparatus Nucleus with chromosomes Cell Organelles.
What is a cell? Diversity of Life.
Cell Organelles Use this presentation in conjunction with the Cell Organelle note-taking worksheet. Run through the entire presentation before using it.
Parts of the Cell.
Functions (Jobs) of Organelles (Parts of the Cell) Ms. Ryan/Ms. Nugent.
A Cell Organelle Review Game
3.2 Cell Organelles Why do cells have different shapes?
Controls the movement of materials in an out of the cell.
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