Cell Structure - montgomery.k12.ky.us

Cell Structure - montgomery.k12.ky.us

Cell Structure and Function Foldable Directions Lay four pieces of white paper out so you have them overlapping an equal amount. Lay one piece of construction paper so it overlaps the top. 1 2 3 4 Directions Fold all four pieces of paper to the dotted line so you have them

overlapping an equal amount. 1 2 3 4 Result! Staple at the top where indicated by a Cut along the dotted line. Label your foldable like this one! CELL STRUCTURE 1 Cell Membrane

2 Cell Wall 3 Nuclear Membrane 4 Nucleus 5 Chromatin/ Chromosomes 7 ER 6 Cytoplasm 8 Ribosomes 9 Golgi Apparatus

10 Mitochondria 11 Lysosomes 12 Vacuole 13 Centrioles 14 Chloroplast 15 Cytoskeleton 16 Nucleolus USE PAGES 355-366 IN YOUR TEXTBOOK FOR HELP! BRAIN

Protective barrier Contains DNA genetic material NUCLEUS CELL MEMBRANE Write the definition and draw a picture of each term! Color it!! EXAMPLE!

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