2By the end of this lesson: You should be able to:Know that a large variety of cell types existKnow what a unicellular organism isKnow what a multicellular organism isKnow why multicellular organisms havedifferent types of cell
3Characteristics of Living Cells How many can you name?There are 7!
5Typical Plant Cell How many structures can you name? Cell Wall 1 VacuoleChloroplast253NucleusCytoplasm6Cell Membrane4
6Cell Parts Make sure you know the functions of the following: Which ones are in animal cells, plants cells or both?Cell WallChloroplastVacuoleNucleusCytoplasmCell Membrane
7Unicellular Organisms Consist of 1 cell!That cell has to do all the jobs to keep the organism aliveParameciumEuglena
8Unicellular Organisms Insert the “Unicellular Organisms” diagram into your notes.On the diagrams, label as appropriate:NucleusCell wallChloroplastCiliaContractile vacuole
9Multicellular Organisms Made of many different types of cellEach type of cell carries out a different function.
10Multicellular Organisms Insert the “Animal Tissues” diagram into your notes.Name each of the tissues and the types of cells present.Below each diagram describe the function of each cell type.Describe how red blood cells and ciliated columnar cells are suited to their function.
11Multicellular Organisms Insert the “Plant Tissues” diagram into your notes.Name each of the tissues and the types of cells present.Below each diagram describe the function of each cell type.Describe how palisade mesophyll cells and root hair cells are suited to their function.