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Covers CA Standards 1c, 1f, 1gThe Cell Covers CA Standards 1c, 1f, 1g
Cell theory 1. Organisms composed of one or more cells2. Cell is basic unit of organization 3. All cells come from pre-existing cells
Two basic cell types
Two basic cell types- Prokaryotes- NO internal membrane-bound structures Eukaryotes- cells DO have internal membrane-bound structures, called ORGANELLES
Prokaryotes Simple- no nucleus Small- 1/10 size of a eukaryotic cell Bacteria
Eukaryotes – everything else
Organelles- why the separation?Separation allows multiple chemical reactions at the same time
Cells have a function, determined by instructions in nucleusCells are like a factory, with different departments contributing to the final product The departments would be the _________
Nucleus Control center Contains DNA Nuclear poresChromatin- uncondensed DNA Nucleolus- produces ribosomes
Ribosomes assemble enzymes & other proteins from the directions of the DNA DNA only carries instructions for proteins
Endoplasmic Reticulum- continuation of outer nuclear membrane.Smooth ER- makes/stores lipids Rough ER- ribosomes on surface make proteins
Golgi Apparatus- stacks of membrane.Packages and transports macromolecules (proteins)
Mitochondria- supplies energy by breaking down glucose.Double membrane- folds called cristae. C6H12O6 + 6O2 __ _ 6CO2 + 6H2O + ATP_
Vacuole-temporary storage area- food, enzymes, wasteLysosome- Digest food, waste, bacteria, -the garbage center. Has hydrolytic enzymes Cytoskeleton- framework for internal support
Plant cells Chloroplasts- contains the green pigment chlorophyllTraps energy in sunlight for photosynthesis 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy C6H12O6 + 6O2
Plants have a cell wall- animal cells do not.Made of cellulose
Terms YOU’RE responsible for looking upCell membrane Cytoplasm Cilia Flagella Centrioles- there’s something special about centrioles
Inside the World of Cells
Cell Organelles © J Beauchemin 2006
Cell Structure and Function
Plant & Animal Cells.
Cell Types and Cell Structure
Chapter 7 Section 2 Eukaryotic Cell Structure
Endoplasmic Reticulum (E.R.): Smooth and rough. Golgi Apparatus Nucleus with chromosomes Cell Organelles.
Nucleus/Nucleolus Structure Function Cell Type
Cell and Their Organelles
Animal Cell and Organelles Why is each part of the cell needed for survival?
Parts of the Eukaryotic Cell Cell Membrane Selectively Permeable = only certain things can enter / exit the cell.
CYTOPLASM/CYTOSOL Structure Function Cell Type
Eukaryotic Cell Structure & Function
Cells; The Basic Units of Life
A Cell Organelle Review Game
Cell Structure & Function
Discovery of Cells Cells- smallest unit of matter that can carry on all the processes of life.
Cell Organelles What you need to know. An organelle is a membrane- bound structure that carries out specific activities for the cell.
Cell Structures, Functions and Transport
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