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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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