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1 Study of Cells - Cytology Types of Cells Animal Cells Plant Cells

2 Cells Alive Lesson Plan Go to the following web site: Click on the icon for cell biology. Click on How big is a ….?

3 How big is a Cell? Read through how big is a cell. Follow the directions for observing the different magnifications and sizes of different types of cells. Answer the following questions about the size of cells: – How big is a human hair cell? – Which is bigger a red blood cell or the Ebola virus?

4 Cell Models Click of Cell Models Read the information on different types of cells. Click on Plant Cells, Animal Cells, and Bacterial Cells and observe the differences.

5 Differences in Cell Types Answer the following questions about different types of cells. – Explain the differences between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. – Give examples of eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells. – Which type of cells would have cell organelles with membranes surrounding them?

6 Animal Cell Organelles Click on Animal Cell Observe the animal cell and the cell organelles of an animal cell. Answer the following questions: – What is the function of each of the following animal cell organelles: nucleus, Golgi Apparatus, endoplasmic reticulum, vacuole, mitochondria, lysosomes, nucleolus, centrosome and centrioles, cytoskeleton, cell membrane,

7 Plant Cell Organelles Click on the plant cell Observe the plant cell and the plant cell organelles. Answer the following questions about the plant cell organelles. – Which organelles are present in a plant cell that are not present in a animal cell? – Why do you think they are not present in an animal cell?

8 Plant Cell Organelles Answer the following questions about plant cells. – Explain the function of each of the following plant cell organelles: Cell wall, nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, vacuole, lysosome, chloroplasts, mitochondria, cell membrane, and cytoskeleton.

9 Bacterial Cell Observe the bacterial cell List 5 differences for the bacterial cell from the plant and animal cells Explain why you believe these differences exist.


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