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2. Cells

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Transcript of 2. Cells

2. Functions and cells
Vocabulary page 10 to 14

Find unknown words
Write them in your notebook
Guess the meaning
Correct

Structure
Membrane
Citoplasm
Organelles
Genetical material
Nucleus
No nucleus
Eukariotic cells
Eu = New Karios = nucleus
Prokariotic cells
Pro= previous Karios= nucleus
- Nucleus

- Organelles

- Bigger

- Cells of plants, animal, protoctista and part of the fungi kingdoms

- Types
Plant cell
Animal cell
- Nucleus

- Organelles

- Bigger

- Cells of plants, animal, protoctista and part of the fungi kingdoms

- Types
Not nucleus
Not organelles
Smaller
Fungi and monera
Wall cell
Main ideas

Draw and label a prokariotic cell and a eukariotic cell
Name and define the organelles exclusive of animal and plant cells
Define: plasmatic membrane, DNA and cytoplasm.
Explain why Robert hooke and Leeuwenhoek were importan in the discovery of cells.

Characteristics of living things
How small is a cell?
2m
/10
/10
/10
/10
/10
Animal cell
Plant cell
Nucleus
Cell membrane
Cytoplasm
Chloroplast
Cell wall
Discovery of cells
Living things
Bioelements
Cells
Vital functions
Nutrition
Interaction
Reproduction
Obtain energy
Perform activities
Growing
Restore damaged structures
Where??
Autotrophic
inorganic materials
+
Photosynthesis
Plant, bacteria and algae
Heterotrophic
Animals, protozoa and fungi
Herbivore
Carnivore
Omnivore
Saprotroph
Environment
Change
Stimuli
Response
Asexual
1 parent
2 descendants
=
Identical
Sexual
2 individuals
Gametes
1 descendant
Different
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