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Lesson: Cells

Unit: Living Organisms
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Michael Goorsky

on 15 September 2014

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Transcript of Lesson: Cells

Living Organisms
:
Cells
Compare & contrast the characteristics and functions of plant & animal cells

Plant cell
structures you need to know:
nucleus
cell membrane
cell wall
mitochondria
cytoplasm
chloroplast
Animal cell
structures you need to know:
nucleus
cell membrane
cytoplasm
mitochondria
Go to "CELLS alive". View the different parts of the

plant cell.

As you get better at finding the organelles, see if you can put together the plant cell puzzle
Click the link
http://www.cellsalive.com/cells/cell_model.htm
Go to "CELLS alive". Label and write a description of the parts of the
animal cell
listed on the previous slide.
click link:
http://www.cellsalive.com/cells/cell_model.htm
cell
nucleus
mitochondria
chloroplast
cytoplasm
cell wall
cell membrane
tissue
organ
organ system
organism
cell
cells working together
muscle, epithelial, nervous, connective
organ
heart, skin, brain, leaf
organ system
organs
digestive
nervous
circulatory
organisms
organ systems
organisms
organisms
animal
Summary: Cells are the basic unit of living things. Cells have parts called organelles, and different cells (plant and animal cells) have different organelles. Cells are the most basic unit of life and lowest level of organization in an organism followed by tissues, organs, and organ systems.
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