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All living things are made of one or more cells.
What is Cell Theory?
The Cell Theory was developed by many scientists over time and here are the conclusions they made:
7.L.3A.2 Analyze and interpret data from observations to describe different types of cells and classify cells as
plant, animal, protist, or bacteria.
Just as organs make the body work...
organelles
are "
little organs
"
that make cells work
.
7.L.3A.1 Obtain and communicate information to support claims that (1) organisms are made of one or more
cells, (2) cells are the basic unit of structure and function of organisms, and (3) cells come only from existing
cells
Cells
7.L.3A.1 Obtain and communicate information to support claims that (1) organisms are made of one or more cells, (2) cells are the basic unit of structure and function of organisms, and (3) cells come only from existing
cells
7.L.3A.2 Analyze and interpret data from observations to describe different types of cells and classify cells as
plant, animal, protist, or bacteria.
7.L.3A.3 Develop and use models to explain how the relevant structures within cells (including cytoplasm, cell
membrane, cell wall, nucleus, mitochondria, chloroplasts, lysosomes, and vacuoles) function to support the life
of plant, animal, and bacterial cells.
All cells come from
other cells.
Cell Types
prokaryote
eukaryote
single-celled
multicelled
bacteria
plant
cells
animal
cells
mostly single-celled
eukaryotes
protists
7.L.3A.3 Develop and use models to explain how the relevant structures within cells (including cytoplasm, cell
membrane, cell wall, nucleus, mitochondria, chloroplasts, lysosomes, and vacuoles) function to support the life
of plant, animal, and bacterial cells.
The cell is the basic
unit of life.
What are the things that make your body work?
Hint:
Caution
: You will hear this song throughout this unit as we cover the organelles and their functions.

You will remember this song for the rest of your life!
So now that you know a little bit about cell
organelles
...let's get started!!!
Cell Membrane
The thin, flexible outer covering of a cell that controls what enters and leaves a cell.
Comparison
:
It's kind of
like the skin on
the human body!
1. Diffusion
It occurs as materials (ex. sugar, water, waste) move from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration.
There are two main ways substances enter and leave a cell::
1. Diffusion
2. osmosis
2. Osmosis
the diffusion of water across a membrane.
And now for something different...
osmosis and diffusion video!!!
Diffusion and osmosis video:
Pardon the irish punk music
Cytoplasm
The gel-like fluid inside of a cell, in which all of the cell organelles are embedded.
Here is a cell model with fruit, candy, and jello.
Which of these would represent the cytoplasm?
The 2 types of cells that we will
focus
on are:
animal cells and plant cells
So what makes cells function?
Animal and plant cells
both
have the following organelles:
Here is the wonderful cell rap again!
Listen for the organelles that you have learned about!
Nucleus
Do you know which organelle is the
BOSS
of the cell?
Contains the genetic material (DNA) and is the control center of the cell.
(do not have a nucleus or
membrane-bound organelles)
(DO have a membrane bound nucleus and organelles)
On the copy paper provided, copy the graphic organizer that is on the next slide.
You will be adding information to this organizer throughout the cells unit!
Mitosis
, a type of cellular reproduction, occurs in the nucleus and results in a duplicate copy of the cell.


Mitosis
is needed for growth, replacement of cells, and asexual reproduction.
Watch this video up until 2:13 for relevant mitosis information.

Feel free to watch the rest of the video on your own time for more information!
Mitochondria
The site for energy production, or
cellular respiration
, in the cell.
a.k.a. The Powerhouse of the Cell
Cellular Respiration
Does this equation look familiar?
It is the exact opposite of photosynthesis!
Why is this important?

The cell uses the energy to build, repair, and reproduce cells.
Why is cellular respiration important?
The cell uses the energy to build, repair, and reproduce cells.
Digest food, worn out organelles, as well as other cellular wastes.
Lysosomes
Vacuole
Store food, water, and waste.
Plant cells have a large vacuole.
Animal cells have many small vacuoles.
And now... organelles that plant cells have, that animal cells DO NOT!
Cell Wall
Provides support, shape, and protection for plant cells.
Chloroplasts
The site of photosynthesis in plant cells.
They contain a green pigment called chlorophyll that absorb light energy.
Photosynthesis video!!!!!!!!!
Left-side activity
1. Draw, label and color a diagram of photosynthesis
Make pop-up timeline of the cell theory!
Activity
Left-side Activity
1. Draw, label, and color a diagram of
diffusion
2. Draw, label, and color a diagram of
osmosis
3. Draw, label, and color a diagram of
cellular respiration
4.

Draw, label, and color a diagram of
mitosis
Left-side Activity
1. Draw, label, and color a diagram of cellular respiration
Cellular Processes

a.k.a. how things work in the cell.
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