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“Inside Cells” Notes
Organelles Tiny structures inside cell Have specific functions
1. Cell Wall Rigid Surrounds plant cells NOT in animal cellsProtects & supports
2. Cell Membrane Controls what goes in & out Both animal & plant cells
3. Nucleus Cell’s control centerChromatin or chromosomes – contain genetic material “Brain” of the cell
4. Mitochondria Convert energy in food molecules to energy the cell can use to carry out its functions “Powerhouse” of the cell
5. Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)Carry proteins and other material from one part of cell to another Maze of passageways
6. Ribosomes Make proteins Small!
7. Golgi Bodies Package materials and distribute them to other parts of the cell “mail room” of the cell
8. Chloroplasts Capture sun’s energy & use it to make food for cell
9. Vacuoles Storage areas Large in plants, small in animals
10. Lysosomes Break down materials “clean-up crew”
Cells and Heredity Lesson 2 chapter 1
Plant & Animal Cells.
Section 2-4 7th grade Life Science
Parts of the Cell.
Looking Inside Cells.
Looking Inside Cells Section 1-3.
Cell Structures, Functions and Transport
Unit 2: Cells.
The Structures and Functions
Nucleolus Makes ribosomes in the nucleus. Chromatin Contains DNA; coils into chromosomes.
Notes 3-2: Looking Inside Cells.
Cell Structures Mr. Skirbst Life Science Topic 04.
Organelles 7th Grade Biology.
Cell Structure and Function
Parts of a Cell. Plant and Animal Cells - Looking Inside Cells.
Looking Inside Cells Chapter 2 Section 4.
Parts of a cell Goal: Students will be able to describe and label the cell organelles.
Discover Activity: How Large are Cells?
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