WAS #5 -- Weekly Assignment Sheet 8/29 - 9/2/16 email@example.com
http://quizlet.com/19490526/adams-cells-and-plants-flash-cards/ adams- cells
Need some video review or online help? Cells, cells they are made of organelles http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zafJKbMPA8 Cells from other cells-cell theory (Parr) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTicXXxzQA4
Lots of great quiz to test your knowledge http://www.sciencemusicvideos.com/quizzes/ Classification http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/greatest-discoveries/videos/100-greatest-discoveries-classification-of-species/
Monday – Levels of Organization/Division of Labor in multicellular organisms. Vocabulary and concept quiz tomorrow. Assignment: Study guide due on Wednesday Test on Thursday. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruBAHiij4EA Watch and complete the worksheet if not finished in class!
Tuesday- Quiz! Microscopic plant and animal cells. Assignment: Study guide due Wednesday-Test Thursday.
Wednesday - Study guide checked/discussed. Review! Assignment: Test tomorrow.
Thursday – Test over Cells and Classification Assignment: begin gathering ideas concerning the Cell Theory... what you have read and seen in our lab investigations.
Friday – Revisiting Ponds. Assignment: Complete the CDC writing providing evidence for the Cell Theory.
Can You Identify These Cell Structures?
1. I’m a real powerhouse. 6. I’m a series of tubes
That’s plain to see. found throughout the cell.
I break down food I transport proteins
to release energy. and other things as well.
What am I? __________ My name is ________
2. I’m strong and stiff 7. I’m full of holes
getting through me is tough. flexible and thin.
I’m found only in plants, I control what gets out
but I guess that’s enough. as well as what comes in.
What am I? ___________ My name is ________
3. My names means 8. Proteins are made here
“colored bodies” although I am quite small.
I contain DNA. I pass traits You can find me in the
to new cells in a systematic way. Cytoplasm or attached to
My name is __________ the ER’s wall.
My name: _________
4. I’m the control center of 9. I’ve been called a “storage tank”
the cell or so they say. I by those with little taste.
regulate activities from day I’m a sac filled water,
to day. food, enzymes or waste.
My name: ____________ My name: __________
5. Found only in plant cells 10. Since I contain many enzymes,
I’m green as can be. I can digest an injured cell;
I make food for the plant I can break down a large molecule
using the sun’s energy. into smaller ones as well.
Who am I?_________ My name ____________
Sort each of these items into the correct category then try to add 2 additional entries to each group...
digestive brain epithelial respiratory heart mitochondria cancer connective frog skin nucleus nerve gall bladder snake muscle chloroplast grass nervous red blood nerve
Levels of organization
Cell Tissue Organ Organ System Organism Organelle
Content Outline: Types of Cells and Cell Structures (6.1) – Part 1
- Cells and the Cell Theory
A. Cells are considered to be the basic unit of life, which can perform all of life’s functions.
B. All living organisms are composed of one or more cells. Part 2 of the Cell Theory Proposed by Schwann and Schleiden in 1839.
C. All cells come from existing cells Part 3 of the Cell Theory- Proposed by Rudolf Virchow in 1858.
- Microscope Development
A..Robert Hooke develops a compound microscope, in 1665. He gave us the word “cells”
B. Anton von Leeuwenhoek develops a single lens microscope in 1674. Saw first living protist that he called “animacules”
Unit 4: Cell Structure and Function Content Outline: Types of Cells and Cell Structures (4.1) – Part 3
A. These are cellular particles made of RNA and proteins. (Not organelles… all cell typeshave them so that all cells can make proteins and enzymes.)
B. Sites of Protein Synthesis/Production. C. Found on Endoplasmic Reticulum (Rough) or in cytoplasm.
II. Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
A. It is composed of a network of small tubes called cisternae.... for transport of proteins... “subway system”
B. They are always found just outside and around the nucleus.
C. Two types of ER can exist inside Eukaryotic cells:
1. Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum manufacturing of materials occurs here
2. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum protein synthesis. Ribosomes are bound to the outside of the organelle and they deposit the protein inside as it is made by the ribosome.
III. Golgi Apparatus modifies proteins ... “FedEx Packers”
A. It is like “Gift Wrapping” to prepare the protein for export through the cell membrane.
B. They are also composed of flattened tubes also called cisternae (These look like a stack of pancakes.)
Unit 4: Cell Structure and Function Content Outline: Types of Cells and Cell Structures (4.1) – Part 4
I. Lysosomes ... “Cleanup Crew”
- They are involved in digestion and recycling of cell materials
- They are full of digestive enzymes. (Lysozyme is the name of the enzyme.)
II. Vacuoles “storage tanks”
A. Storage structures for various products needed by the cell... in particular food, water and waste
B. Plant cells have large vacuoles.... They store water to help keep plants upright and sturdy.
III. Vesicles ... “bubbles filled with materials”
A. Used to transport materials around and in and out of the cell.
B. They are formed from the membranes of the Endoplasmic Reticulum or Golgi apparatus.
IV. Mitochondria (Nicknamed the “Power House”)
A. This organelle is involved in making energy by performing the process of Cellular Respiration
1. Cellular Respiration is the process of using glucose and oxygen and creating carbon dioxide, water and ATP energy.
B. Depending on the cell function, some cells have more mitochondria (ex: muscle cells in legs).
Unit 4: Cell Structure and Function Content Outline: Types of Cells and Cell Structures (4.1) – Part 5
A. These organelles are the site of photosynthesis in plants and algae...sugar (food) from water, CO2 and sunlight energy.
B. These contain the pigment chlorophyll. that collects the sun’s energy during the day to power photosynthesis.
II. Cell Wall (In plants) Plant cells create this structure for protection and support.. (Basically, to maintain shape and structure.)
B. Composed of Cellulose (Found in all plant cells.)