Feb.26, 2019 You need: Clean paper / pencil

Feb.26, 2019 You need: Clean paper / pencil

Feb.26, 2019 You need: Clean paper / pencil Hypothesis and Cell coloring WS Mental Math for Warm Up be ready! Warm Up: I will say each MENTAL math problem two timesand only two times. Do NOT write anything but your answer everything else is MENTAL! I CAN: identify parts of the cell and the

microscope. Mental Math NO TALKING! Remember you ONLY write the answer, not the problem or calculations. Each problem will be SAID two timesand only two. If you speak out of turn, you may not hear and risk a zero. Todays checklist: Mental

math HW collection Animal Egg cell coloring should be done hypothesis what will happen if we?

Cell city must finish to do computers tomorrow. Parts of the microscope MRS. NERG-C The list of characteristics something MUST have to be considered LIVING! Movement Respiration Sensory

Nutrients (6) Excretion Reproduction Growth Cells Francesco Redi (1668) People believed flies spontaneously came from meat Spontaneous Generation Redi covered one flask, left one open to air. Observed flies laying eggs on meat.

Flies come from flies. Life comes from life. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Francesco Redi (1668) Life comes from life. Plants are made of cellscells are Schleiden (1838) basic building block of all plants. Schwann (1839) Animals are made of cellscells are basic building block of all living things. Virchow (1850) Cells come from other living cells.

Robert Hooke (1665) Used a COMPOUND microscope Saw cork (dead plant cells) Described the cell walls (boxes) as CELLS Anton van Leeuvenhoek (1670) Looked at pond waterliving cells Described the moving beings as animal-cules CELLS

Makes food from sunlight Outer most part of plant cell. Road (smooth) Road (rough)

Gel surrounding all Controls cell Storage Copies ribosomes Inner part of outer covering of plant

cell. Protein factory Packaging plant Power Clean up (pac-man)

Outer covering of an animal cell. Storage Road (smooth) Road (rough) Gel surrounding all Centrioles =

help in cell division (reproduction) Power Controls cell Copies ribosomes Protein factory

Packaging plant Egg Water Corn syrup Blue paint

Color Shape Size Texture/ feel weight e t i

r W y r u o p y

h Blue food color s e h t o

! is Observations of an egg Observations of de-shelled egg CELLS Even if cells are very tiny, they are made up of

smaller parts, and the parts do different jobs. Cell membrane Nucleus Osmosis osmos is Greekto Movement push of WATER through a semipermeable membranefor balance.

Diffusion mvmt of particles Cell Membrane BOTH Plant and Animal Cells Function: controls what substances enter and exit the cell Analogy to City: City Gate

Keeper Cell Wall PLANT CELLS ONLY Function: surrounds plants to protect and support the cell Analogy to City: City Border

Nucleus BOTH Plant and Animal Cells Function: directs all the cells activities (brain of cell) Analogy to City: City Hall BOTH

Nucleolus Plant and Animal Cells Function: makes ribosomes inside the nucleus Analogy to City: Copy Machine Inside City Hall Nuclear Membrane

BOTH Plant and Animal Cells Function: controls what enters and leaves the nucleus, protects Analogy to City: gate around City Hall Chromosomes BOTH

Plant and Animal Cells Function: contains the important blueprints of the cell or DNA Analogy to City: City Mayor Vacuole BOTH Plant and Animal Cells

Function: stores food, water, waste, and other materials Analogy to City: Warehouses, Water Towers, etc. Chloroplast PLANT CELLS ONLY

Function: captures energy from sunlight and produces food Analogy to City: Solar Energy Plant Endoplasmic Reticulum BOTH Plant and Animal Cells

Function: built proteins and move them throughout cell or out of cell (Smooth no ribosomes, Rough ribosomes) Analogy to City: City Transportation Department Cytoplasm BOTH

Plant and Animal Cells Function: gel-like fluid between cell membrane and nucleus, allows other organelles to float freely through cell Analogy to City: City Yards Ribosomes BOTH

Plant and Animal Cells Function: produce proteins Analogy to City: Construction Company Lysosomes ANIMAL CELLS ONLY Function:

contain chemicals that break down food particles and worn out cell parts Analogy to City: Recycle or Waste Management Company Mitochondria BOTH

Plant and Animal Cells Function: rod-shaped organelle that produce energy (powerhouse) Analogy to City: Energy Plant Golgi Body BOTH Plant and Animal Cells Function:

receives materials from the endoplasmic reticulum and sends them to other parts of the cell Analogy to City: Post Office Post Office The Whole City

Post Office 1. Choose the wrong statement from the following. a) Mitochondria produces most of the energy for the cell. b) Chloroplasts are food producers. c) Cell wall controls the movements of materials into and out of the cell. d) Nucleus regulates and controls all cell

activities, acting as the brain of the cell. 2. Match the cell part to the nickname. 1) Cytoplasm 2) Nuclear membrane 3) Vacuoles a. Gate of the nucleus b. Area of movement where cell parts move c. Storage tanks

School analogy Cut the doors/windows just three sides. Put the schoolhouse onto colorful paper and trace the box space. Remove the schoolhouse and cut out the square place descriptions. Determine where each square goes and then glue!

Put schoolhouse over top and glue.

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