You need: Feb. 19, 2018 Clean paper /

You need: Feb. 19, 2018 Clean paper /

You need: Feb. 19, 2018 Clean paper / pencil Cell packet Warm Up: Mental Math be ready. I CAN: identify the organelles within a cell and their function and identify the parts of a

microscope. Field trip Garris out Osmosis osmos is Greekto Movement push

of WATER through a semipermeable membranefor balance. Diffusion mvmt of particles Friday Finish the cell packet (all pages front and back) Reading for understanding

Coloring for association Cells PROKARYOTIC and Has organelles, but they are not membranebound (kinda messy) Bacteri

Protist sa EUKARYOTIC Has organelles that ARE membranebound (more neat and contained) Plants

Animal s Cells and their Organelles Organelles are like organsbut MUCH smaller. 1. At what level of organization does life begin? CELLS

2. What surrounds allCELL cells? MEMBRANE 3. What is meant

by semi-permeable? PERMEATE to go through. Semi permeateSOME things can go through. Cells and their Organelles Organelles are like organsbut MUCH smaller. 4. The cell membrane is also called the PLASM _______________

membrane. A 5. Centrioles are found inside what type of cell? ANIMAL only 6. What additional layer is found around CELL WALL the outside of a plant cell? Cells and their Organelles

DNA = deoxyribonucleic acid 7. Where is DNA found inside the cell? Nucleu s 8. What cell process is controlled by the nucleus? Many functions specifically protein synthesis. 9. DNA coils tightly during division and assembles into visible Chromosome __________________. s

Cells and their Organelles 10. Where are organelles located? Inside the cell all through the 11.cytoplasm Where are proteins made in the cell? Ribosomes 12. Do all cells need ribosomes? All cells need protein so all cells need the protein maker - RIBOSOMES

13. The process of making proteins is called __________________________________. Protein synthesis Compound Microscope 2. Body Tube gives distance between eyepiece and objective. 3. Nose Piece holds the objectives. 5. Objective lenses

lens closest to the slide. 7. Stage clips Holds the slide in place. 9. Diaphragm / IRIS Controls the amount of 11. Light light. Shines light through the slide, lens, tube. 1. Eye Piece lens closest to the

eye. 4. Arm holds the tube and lenses. 6. Stage platform for the slides. 8. Coarse Adjustment knob Moves stage up/down (to focu 10. Fine Adjustment knob 12. Base Holds up the entire

Moves stage up/down microscope. slightly 1. Add color 2. Read through events 3. Cut out and align 4. Glue in place (more than one paper is okay. 155

0 Hans and Zacharias Jansen 1590 160 0 165 0 ??????????????? 170 ? 0 175

0 180 0 185 0 Cell History Timeline HW: Please complete the Cell History Timeline

Cells and their Organelles ER = Endoplasmic reticulum 14. How does rough ER differ from smooth ER? Rough has ribosomes (making it rough or bumpy). Smooth does not have ribosomes. Outer nuclear 15. Rough

ER is connected to the membrane smooth _______________________ and to the ____________________ ER. Cells and their Organelles Endoplasmic reticulum 16. Proteins made by rough ER travel to Vesicles the Golgi in sacks called

_____________. Golgi ____________ and ___________ proteins modifie package fors export out of thes cell. 17. Give three jobs of the ER. A. Makes proteins and lipids B. Controls calcium levels in C. muscles

Detoxifies poisons, alcohol, drugs. Cells and their organelles 18. What process takes place inside chloroplasts? Photosynthesis food energy from light energy 19. What is the energy for this process? The light energy is typically the sun.pigment traps the energy? 20. What

Chlorophyll (green) helps to change light energy into food energy. Cells and their organelles 21. Chloroplasts are found in what type of cell(s)? PLANT onlyand a few 22. Both chloroplasts and mitochondria protists are like in that they bothdouble

have _________________ membranes DN and their own _______. A 23.Vacuoles Food, water, and wastes are stored inside ______________. Cells and their organelles 24. Digestion takes place inside

lysosomes containing Digestive _____________ _____________. enzymes The largest organelle in plants is the Central vacuole ____________ _____________. What organelle breaks down and recycles worn out cells?

Lysosome s CELLS Cell Membrane BOTH Plant and Animal Cells Function: controls what substances enter

and exit the cell Analogy to City: City Gate Keeper Cell Wall PLANT CELLS ONLY Function: surrounds plants to protect and support

the cell Analogy to City: City Border Nucleus BOTH Plant and Animal Cells Function: directs all the cells activities (brain of cell) Analogy to City: City Hall

BOTH Nucleolus Plant and Animal Cells Function: makes ribosomes inside the nucleus Analogy to City: Copy Machine Inside City Hall

Nuclear Membrane BOTH Plant and Animal Cells Function: controls what enters and leaves the nucleus, protects Analogy to City: gate around City Hall

Chromosomes BOTH Plant and Animal Cells Function: contains the important blueprints of the cell or DNA Analogy to City: City Mayor Vacuole BOTH

Plant and Animal Cells Function: stores food, water, waste, and other materials Analogy to City: Warehouses, Water Towers, etc. Chloroplast PLANT

CELLS ONLY Function: captures energy from sunlight and produces food Analogy to City: Solar Energy Plant Endoplasmic Reticulum BOTH

Plant and Animal Cells Function: built proteins and move them throughout cell or out of cell (Smooth no ribosomes, Rough ribosomes) Analogy to City: City Transportation Department Cytoplasm

BOTH Plant and Animal Cells Function: gel-like fluid between cell membrane and nucleus, allows other organelles to float freely through cell Analogy to City: City Yards Ribosomes

BOTH Plant and Animal Cells Function: produce proteins Analogy to City: Construction Company Lysosomes ANIMAL

CELLS ONLY Function: contain chemicals that break down food particles and worn out cell parts Analogy to City: Recycle or Waste Management Company Mitochondria

BOTH Plant and Animal Cells Function: rod-shaped organelle that produce energy (powerhouse) Analogy to City: Energy Plant Golgi Body BOTH

Plant and Animal Cells Function: receives materials from the endoplasmic reticulum and sends them to other parts of the cell Analogy to City: Post Office Post Office

The Whole City Post Office 1. Choose the wrong statement from the following. a) Mitochondria produces most of the energy for the cell. b) Chloroplasts are food producers. c) Cell wall controls the movements of

materials into and out of the cell. d) Nucleus regulates and controls all cell activities, acting as the brain of the cell. 2. Match the cell part to the nickname. 1) Cytoplasm 2) Nuclear membrane 3) Vacuoles a. Gate of the nucleus b. Area of movement where cell parts move

c. Storage tanks School analogy Cut the doors/windows just three sides. Put the schoolhouse onto colorful paper and trace the box space. Remove the schoolhouse and cut out the square place descriptions.

Determine where each square goes and then glue! Put schoolhouse over top and glue.

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