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Cells & Organelles
Transcript of Cells & Organelles
, something that it is good at, better than all the other cells in our bodies. Whatever a cell
is called it's
In order to do their job, cells must have a
. How a cell
and what it is made of is called its
1. All organisms are made of cells
Works like the "
" of the cell
Works like a "
", building more cell parts.
Endoplasmic Reticulum [e.r.]
Acts like a "
Intro to Cells
Cells and Organelles
Cells are the most basic unit of life
Just like our bodies are made up of trillions of tiny cells, our cells are made up of hundreds of tiny cell "parts", called
Operates like an information "
from the nucleus to different parts of the cell
Organelles make up the
of the cell
cells like the "
wall of a house
Helps plants stand upright.
Makes tree bark rough and rigid.
cells like a "
Allows small particles to pass through.
2. All new cells are made from old cells.
3. The cell is the most basic unit of life.
Small packages that transport molecules throughout the cell
Works like "
" at the post office
Break down molecules and "dead" organelles
Works like a "
Small cylinders that build microtubules during mitosis.
Work like a "
" that holds up support beams
are long hollow tubes that act as "train tracks" for the movement of molecules and organelles such as vesicles.
This means that if it's smaller than a cell, it's
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This is your first "flipped" assignment. Work your way through the prezi taking notes as you go. Your notes will be collected for a homework grade.
Review your three learning targets.
To the left of each target, write a number 1-10 to represent your understanding of each
Provide energy to perform cell functions - like a "
Power house of the cell
Make food for
Uses the sun's energy to make sugars like an "
Transports molecules throughout the cell in vesicles
This is an example of an animal cell
This is an example of a plant cell
Only found in
Stores food and water for the plant, like a "
Here's another look at plant and animal cells. What do you recognize? Which organelles do they have in common? Which organelles are different?
you can click on the image to make it larger
White blood cells, called leukocytes (loo-ko-sites) protect the body from bacteria and viruses. When a person has leukemia (loo-key-me-ah), they don't have enough white blood cells, causing them to become very ill.
A sperm cell has a tail so that it can swim far (and fast). Think of a salmon swimming upstream - this is the job (or function) of the sperm cell.
Let's take a tour of the inside of a cell. Pay close attention, what do you recognize? Can you describe the function of each organelle?
Jell-o like substance that holds all the organelles in place
Think of the "
" in your house holding all the furniture in place
Learning Targets - I Can...
Display an understanding of the three principles of the Cell Theory
Draw and label the structure of organelles
Identify the differences between plant and animal cell anatomy
At the top of your notes, write out the three learning targets.
Leave space to the left of each for later.
10 - Got it! I could teach the class!!
5 - I should probably look back through the presentation once more.
1 - Organelles? Is that from Elder Scrolls?
I can display an understanding of the three principles of the Cell Theory
I can draw and label the structure of organelles
I can identify the differences between plant and animal cells
Levels of Cellular Organization
Use this key as a guide:
Skip the video for now, we will watch the video as a class later this week