Cell Physiology: Cell Structure And Function 2. Distinguish
Cell Physiology: Cell Structure And Function 2. Distinguish between prokaryotes and
eukaryotes. Describe the anatomy & physiology of all cell components. Identify and explain the
Objectives various cell processes that 1.take Explain cell placethe with theory
andtothe regards cell researchers boundaries. contributions. CELL FUN FACTS
Cell History Discovery of the Cell 1. Robert Hooke 1665 English
scientist Observed cork under microscope Cork Activity Cork oak tree
He said cork consisted of great many little boxes. It reminded
him of small rooms in which monks lived so he named them . CELL .. History of the Cell
1665 Robert HOOKE 1674 Anton van LEEUWENHOEK *created lenses (275x) *first to observe living organisms
*observed bacteria and sperm cells (animalcules) *father of microbiology 1838 Matthias Jakob SCHLEIDEN *botanist
*cell theory - all plant parts are made of cells *very odd man; shot himself in the head; saved by a friend and lived to study cells 1839
Theodor SCHWANN *cell theory - all living things are composed of cells *set foundation of modern histology 1855 Rudolf Ludwig Karl VIRCHOW
*cell theory - all cells come from preexisting cells *father of pathology *created a standard procedure Life is for autopsies Cellular Video from: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-wacky-history-of-cell-theory
Cell Theory 1. All living things are composed of cells 2. Cells
3. ALL cells come from preexisting cells. are the basic units of structure
and function in all living things. Cell Diversity 1.SHAPE The shape of the cell is based on the function the cell needs to perform. Structure = Function
Different types of cells have different shapes. tructure and Functi Based on the following cell shape, what do you think the function is? Cell Diversity
Cell Shape * Cell Diversity 2. SIZE Cells vary in size from
macroscopic to microscopic Cell Size Demo: See lab handout Size examples Microscopic cells Macroscopic cells What is the largest cell???
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