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What’s a Cell Organelle?Humans have organs that do specific, important jobs. Cell Organelles are a lot like Human Organs.
Job: Break down food after you eat it.Organ: Stomach Job: Break down food after you eat it.
Organ: Heart Job: Pump Blood (oxygen) through the body.
Job: Clean blood & remove waste from body (pee).Organ: Kidneys Job: Clean blood & remove waste from body (pee).
What are Cell Organelles?Inside a human, there are organs that do special jobs to keep the human alive. Inside a cell, there are organelles that do special jobs to keep the cell alive.
Cell Organelles Cell Organelle: a structure inside of a cell that does a special job to keep the cell alive.
Nucleus Controls functions of the cell. Holds genetic information.
Nucleus - City Hall The nucleus is responsible for controlling the rest of cell just like a city hall is where the city is governed from.
Chromosomes - BlueprintThe chromosomes are the DNA of a cell which is like a blueprint for a building or structure.
Endoplasmic Reticulum - RoadsThe Endoplasmic Reticulum is like roads in a city, transporting proteins around the cell.
Ribosomes - Make proteins.
Ribosomes - Shops Ribosomes are like small shops in a city. The ribosomes produce proteins like shops produce important things for the city.
Receive proteins, package them & send them to other parts of the cell.Golgi Apparatus Receive proteins, package them & send them to other parts of the cell.
Golgi Apparatus – Post OfficeThe Golgi Appartus is like the post office, packaging & sending proteins to other parts of the cell.
Mitochondria - Powerhouse- Makes energy that fuels the cell.
Mitochondria – Power plantThe mitochondria is like a power plant because it produces energy like a power plant does for a city.
Regulates what goes in & out of a cell.Cell Membrane Regulates what goes in & out of a cell.
Cell Membrane - Fence The Cell membrane is like a fence, because it let’s some things in but keeps others out.
Cytoplasm - Grass The cytoplasm is like the grass in a town, all over and surrounding all the parts of a cell/city.
Vacuole Water & garbage storage. * Plants have BIG water vacuoles!
Vacuole – Garbage collectorThe vacuole is like a garbage collector getting rid of unwanted waste from the cell.
Chloroplast (Only Plants)Site of photosynthesis.
Chloroplast – Solar CollectorThe Chloroplast (only in plant cells) convert sunlight into usable energy.
Cell Wall (Only Plants)Gives structure to a plant cell.
Cell Wall – City Limits The cell wall (a plant cell) of a cell is like the city limits of a cell giving the cell/city its shape.
“Inside Cells” Notes
Cell Structure and Function
Mitochondria Powerhouse of the cell that supplies energy Directs all activities of the cell, contains the DNA of the cell. Found only in animal cells,
Cell Organelles Unit 2: Cells Ch. 7-2
Plant & Animal Cells.
Cell Structures, Functions and Transport
Looking Inside Cells.
CELL ORGANELLES. MITOCHONDRIA Creates energy for the cell using cellular respiration Found floating in the cytoplasm Has of two membranes Cell.
Comparing a cell to Worthington
Endoplasmic Reticulum (E.R.): Smooth and rough. Golgi Apparatus Nucleus with chromosomes Cell Organelles.
Comparing Organelles to Body Systems
Unit 2: Cells.
Parts of the Cell.
Cell Structure and Function. Cell – Smallest unit that can carry out all of the activities necessary for life Types of Cells 1.Prokaryotes.
The Structures and Functions
A Tour Through the Living Cell 7 th Grade. Two Types of Cells All living things are made of cells. All cells can be put into two groups: animal cells.
Nucleolus Makes ribosomes in the nucleus. Chromatin Contains DNA; coils into chromosomes.
Notes 3-2: Looking Inside Cells.
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