Topic Question: Are bacteria, plant and animal cells prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
Research: Organelle - a structure that performs a specific function within a cell - usually surrounded by a membrane - called “little” organs Prokaryote - unicellular - do not have a nucleus or membrane bound organelles Eukaryote - most are multi-cellular - have a nucleus & membrane bound organelles
Hypothesis: If I observe bacteria, plant, and animal cells, then I will see that…
Experiment: Group 1: Biological Drawings Group 2: Microscopes We will switch in 15 minutes!
1. Was your hypothesis correct or not correct? 2. Do you need to revise your hypothesis? Do you need to create a new hypothesis based on what you observed? If yes, what is your new hypothesis? 3. What types of cells are prokaryotic and what types of cells are eukaryotic. How do you know? 4. What do all cells have in common? 5. How do bacteria cells differ from plant and animal cells? 6. How do plant cells differ from animal cells? Conclusion: