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MITOCHONDRIA CELL POWERHOUSE CELL POWERHOUSE UNIQUE: HAS ITS OWN DNA UNIQUE: HAS ITS OWN DNA CONVERTS OXYGEN AND NUTRIENTS TO ENERGY CONVERTS OXYGEN AND NUTRIENTS TO ENERGY
CHLOROPLAST ENERGY CONVERTER ENERGY CONVERTER LIGHT ENERGY TO CHEMICAL ENERGY LIGHT ENERGY TO CHEMICAL ENERGY
CENTRIOLES FOUND ONLY IN ANIMAL FOUND ONLY IN ANIMAL OCCUR IN PAIRS OCCUR IN PAIRS INVOLVED IN CELL DIVISION INVOLVED IN CELL DIVISION
ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM - ROUGH NETWORK OF SACS NETWORK OF SACS MANUFACTURES AND PROCESSES CHEMICALS MANUFACTURES AND PROCESSES CHEMICALS
RIBOSOMES PROTEIN PRODUCTION SITES FOUND ON ROUGH ER SCATTERED THROUGHOUT CELL FOUND IN PROKARYOTE AND EUKARYOTE
GOLGI APPARATUS PANCAKE SHAPE PANCAKE SHAPE FINAL PROCESSING OF CHEMICALS FINAL PROCESSING OF CHEMICALS TRANSPORTS IN VESICLES TRANSPORTS IN VESICLES
CELL MEMBRANE OR PLASMA MEMBRANE PHOSPHOLIPID PHOSPHOLIPID OILY SUBSTANCE OILY SUBSTANCE
NUCLEUS CONTROL CENTER CONTROL CENTER INFORMATION STORAGE INFORMATION STORAGE
LYSOSOMES DIGESTIVE FUNCTION DIGESTIVE FUNCTION BREAKS DOWN CELLULAR WASTE BREAKS DOWN CELLULAR WASTE
PEROXISOMES RID CELLS OF TOXIC WASTE RID CELLS OF TOXIC WASTE ESPECIALLY HYDROGEN PEROXIDE ESPECIALLY HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
VACUOLE SAC IN PLANTS SAC IN PLANTS CONTAINS WATER, DISSOLVED SALTS, SUGARS AND PROTEINS CONTAINS WATER, DISSOLVED SALTS, SUGARS AND PROTEINS
MICROFILAMENTS SOLID RODS SOLID RODS CELL CONTRACTION/ MOVEMENT CELL CONTRACTION/ MOVEMENT LONG CHAINS INTERTWINED TO FORM FILAMENTS LONG CHAINS INTERTWINED TO FORM FILAMENTS
MICROTUBULES STRAIGHT, HALLOW CYLINDERS STRAIGHT, HALLOW CYLINDERS STRUCTURE AND SHAPE OF CELL STRUCTURE AND SHAPE OF CELL CILIA AND FLAGELLA CILIA AND FLAGELLA
MOVEMENT – CILIA AND FLAGELLA
T A C Y N E P I L I M L C A A L L
T P C Y L E P A L I N L C T A L
Cell Organelles Found in Plant and Animal Cells Cell membrane Nucleus Nucleolus Mitochonria Ribosomes Lysosomes Endoplasmic reticulum Golgi Body Cilia.
Plasma (Cell) Membrane Function: Surrounds cell Allows specific things things in and out (homeostasis) Fact: Selectively permeable – allows water.
3.2 Cell Organelles. KEY CONCEPT Eukaryotic cells share many similarities.
Structures and Organelles 7.3. Cytoplasm and Cytoskeleton Cytoplasm-semifluid material prokaryotes- Chemical process occur eukaryotes- Where organelles.
Plasma (Cell) Membrane Function: Surrounds cell Allows only specific things things in and out (homeostasis) Fact: Selectively permeable – allows.
Cell Structures, Functions and Transport. Section 7-2 Figure 7-5 Plant and Animal Cells Animal Cell Nucleus Nucleolus Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Smooth.
Cell Structure and Function. Vacuole 1 Storage of food, water, wastes and enzymes.
3.2 Cell Organelles KEY CONCEPT Eukaryotic cells share many similarities.
Introduction to Animal Cells. Characteristics of Animal Cells They are eukaryotic cells, that means they contain a membrane bound nucleus They lack a.
3.2 Cell Organelles Why do cells have different shapes?
Aim: How can we describe the structure and function of cell organelles?
The Cell The 3 Principles of Cell Theory: The cell is the basic unit of life All cells come from pre-existing cells (mitosis, meiosis, fertilization) All.
Cells Chapter 7. The size range of cells Why are cells so small? Small cells have a high surface area to volume ratio which allows more stuff to move.
Section 7.2- Eukaryotic Cell Structure Objectives: Describe the function of the cell nucleus Describe the functions of the major cell organelles Identify.
Monday Agenda Think back to the beginning of the year. What are the 8 characteristics of living things? How do they relate to cells? 1.Lab Overview 2.Week.
The Eukaryotic cell – Parts and their functions. Use this PowerPoint to study the parts and functions of the cell.
A View of the Cell Chapter 7 Notes. Microscopes The microscope was invented by Leeuwenhoek. A compound light microscope has a series of lenses and.
GHSGT Review Day 7 Cell Parts and Functions. Prokaryotes Eukaryotes.
Cell Organelles. Cell Organelles Organelle= “little organ” Found only inside eukaryotic cells All the stuff in between the organelles is cytosol/(cytoplasm)
Organelles of Eukaryotic cells. Eukaryotic cells vs Prokaryotic cells.
CELLS. 2 Types of Cells Prokaryotic (Bacteria) Eukaryotic (Plant & Animal) Both contain Organelles.
4A Cell Organelles specialized structures within a living cell.
Cell Organelles Prokaryotic cells lack a nucleus and most internal structures of eukaryotic cells. All cells share certain characteristics. –Cells tend.
Biology: Cell Review Intro to Biology BIO List the different types of Cells Eukaryotic Animal Cells Plant Cells Prokaryotic Bacteria Archea.
Cell Structure and Function. Cells Smallest living unit Most are microscopic.
Biology Section 7.3. Cell parts outline 1.Plasma membrane 2.Cell wall 3.Nucleus chromatin 4.Nucleolus 5.Ribosome 6.Nuclear envelope 7.Cytoplasm 8.ER two.
Structures and Organelles Objectives Identify parts of eukaryotic cell Compare plant and animal cells.
Objectives: 4(A) Compare and contrast prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. 4(B) Investigate and explain cellular processes, including homeostasis, energy.
Chapter 1. Centrosome Function Organization center for microtubules and provide structure for the cell. Both.
Organelle Notes. (1) Nucleus FUNCTION: –Stores DNA / Chromosomes –Covered in Nuclear Envelope –Nucleolus makes ribosomes –“Controls” cell STRUCTURE: (see.
Cell Structure & Function. Cell Organelles Organelle= “little organ” Found only inside eukaryotic cells.
Vocabulary – Pages Endoplasmic reticulum Golgi apparatus Vacuole Lysosome Centriole.
2.02 Structure and Function of Cells Cells are the basic unit of structure for all living things.
7.3 – Cell Structures & Organelles State Standard SB1a Explain the role of cell organelles for both prokaryotic & eukaryotic cells, including the cell.
Plant and Animal Cells 2 Lesson 2 September 23 rd, 2010.
Cell Organelles and Organization. What to consider? Prokaryote- organisms that lack nuclei (bacteria) Eukaryote- organisms with a nuclei (plants and animals)
Cell Structure Review. Eukaryotic Cells Have a nucleus Found in multi-cellular organisms & some unicellular organisms.
CELL ORGANELLES & FEATURES Chapter 7, Section 3. Think, Pair, Share 1.Name at least 3 organs in your body and body and how they help you survive (Fill.
Organelles: Structure & Function. Cell/Plasma Membrane Structure: Phospholipid bilayer Function: Controls what enters & exits the cell.
A tour of the Cell Cell organelles & functions. Differences between plant and animal cells: Animal lacks Plant lacks Cell wall Centrioles Large central.
Cell Structure & Function BINGO A Review of Cellular Organelles.
3.2: Organelles. What is an organelle? Organelles are structures specialized to perform distinct processes within a cell.
Animal and Plant Cells. Cytoskeleton Cytoskeleton: Supports the shape of the cell.
Organelle Bingo. Randomly Place These Words on Your Bingo Sheet Animal cell Bacterial cell Cell membrane Cell wall Cellulose Chloroplasts.
CELL STRUCTURE Eukaryotic cells contain many organelles: small structures within a cell, sometimes surrounded by a membrane.
Prokaryotes - Single celled organisms - No membrane bound organelles - ex: no nucleus or mitochondria - Free floating DNA - Bacteria are prokaryotic.
Basic Cell Structure. Cell Membrane a thin layer of lipid and protein that separates the cells contents (insides) from its environment (outsides). **The.
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