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Cells- Brown 16-17

Unit: Living Organisms
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Casie Brown

on 21 November 2016

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

Plant cell
structures you need to know:
nucleus
cell membrane
mitochondria
cytoplasm
cell wall
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
and
Animal Cell.

Click on the organelles to read about their functions and purposes.
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.


Cells:

Cells are the smallest, most basic unit of life
Some organisms are single-celled (one cell) and some are multicellular


Multicellular is what we call a living thing with more than one cell

Bill Nye: Cells Clip
https://safeshare.tv/x/ss565ef20603a74#v
What question could we write here in the left side that the right side information answers?
How many cells can a living thing be made up of?


Cells:

Cells are the smallest, most basic unit of life
Some organisms are single-celled (one cell) and some are multicellular


Multicellular is what we call a living thing with more than one cell



A specialized cell is a cell with a specific function or specific job.

Examples: blood cells, skin cells, nerve cells, etc.

What question could we write here in the left side that the right side information answers?
What is a specialized cell, and what is an example of a specialized cell?


A specialized cell is a cell with a specific function or specific job.

Examples: blood cells, skin cells, nerve cells, etc.

Parts that BOTH Plant Cells and Animal Cells Have: (p. R56-R57)

Nucleus
The “brain” or control center of the cell. DNA is found here.


Cell Membrane
Protective layer that controls what comes in and out of a cell


Mitochondria
Breaks down food for energy


Cytoplasm
“Filling fluid” like jello, helps keep organelles (structures or parts) in place

What question could we write here in the left side that the right side information answers?
Parts that BOTH Plant Cells and Animal Cells Have: (p. R56-R57)

Nucleus
The “brain” or control center of the cell. DNA is found here.


Cell Membrane
Protective layer that controls what comes in and out of a cell


Mitochondria
Breaks down food for energy


Cytoplasm
“Filling fluid” like jello, helps keep organelles (structures or parts) in place

Can you name and describe 4 parts that both plant and animal cells have?


Parts ONLY Plant Cells Have (That Animal Cells Do Not Have):

Chloroplast
Responsible for plant’s green color, allows storage of energy from sun


Cell Wall
Tough outer protective layer




What question could we write here in the left side that the right side information answers?


Parts ONLY Plant Cells Have (That Animal Cells Do Not Have):

Chloroplast
Responsible for plant’s green color, allows storage of energy from sun


Cell Wall
Tough outer protective layer




What parts do plant cells have that animal cells do not? Why do they need these parts?
Turn to a partner.

Why is a cell wall important to a plant? What is a chloroplast's job?

Predict: Will an animal cell have these 2 parts? Why or why not?




Parts ONLY Animal Cells Have (That Plant Cells Do Not Have):

NONE!!!





What question could we write here in the left side that the right side information answers?




Parts ONLY Animal Cells Have (That Plant Cells Do Not Have):

NONE!!!





What parts do animal cells have that plant cells do not?
Turn to your partner.

Was your prediction about the cell wall and chloroplasts?

Why were you correct or incorrect?


Cell Shape:

Plant Cell Shape:

usually rectangular shape
can see rigid cell wall, looks like an outline


Animal Cell Shape:

usually round or irregular shape
no cell wall

Insert a drawing/image of a plant cell and an animal cell.


















What question could we write here in the left side that the right side information answers?
What shape do a plant cell and an animal cell have?


Cell Shape:

Plant Cell Shape:

usually rectangular shape
can see rigid cell wall, looks like an outline


Animal Cell Shape:

usually round or irregular shape
no cell wall

Insert a drawing/image of a plant cell and an animal cell.


















What question could we write here in the left side that the right side information answers?


What are the five levels of organization in a multicellular organism and what is an example of each level of organization?
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