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Differentiating Between Plant & Animal Cells Virtual Tour By: Josea Gordon

Differentiating Between Plant & Animal Cells Virtual Tour By: Josea Gordon

Content Area: Science Grade Level Expectations: Seventh Grade Standard: 2. Life Science Students Can:

Content Area: Science Grade Level Expectations: Seventh Grade Standard: 2. Life Science Students Can: a. Gather, analyze, and interpret data and models on the different types of cells, their structures, components and functions (DOK 1 -2) b. Develop, communicate, and justify an evidence-based scientific explanation regarding cell structures, components, and their specific functions (DOK 1 -3) c. Compare and contrast the basic structures and functions of plant cells, animal cells, and single-celled organisms (DOK 2) d. Employ tools to gather, view, analyze, and report results for the scientific investigations of cells (DOK 1 -2)

Animal Cell

Animal Cell

Cell Membrane: the thin layer of protein and fat that surrounds the cell. The

Cell Membrane: the thin layer of protein and fat that surrounds the cell. The cell membrane is semipermeable, allowing some substances to pass into the cell and blocking others. Activity #1: A) What type of lipids are the major components of cell membrane? B) What do the major components form? http: //biology. about. com/od/ cellanatomy/ss/cellmembrane. htm

Cytoplasm: It is everything in the cell that is outside the nucleus. It contains

Cytoplasm: It is everything in the cell that is outside the nucleus. It contains the watery fluid in which the cell's organelles are suspended Activity #2: A) Predict why the cytoplasm is important. B) List at least two reasons the cytoplasm is important. http: //answers. yahoo. com/ question/index? qid=20090 930170719 AAn. GS 7 X

Ribosomes It is a small organelle that makes, or synthesizes proteins. Some ribosome's are

Ribosomes It is a small organelle that makes, or synthesizes proteins. Some ribosome's are attached to endoplasmic reticulum, while others float in a cell's cytoplasm. Activity #3: A) Where are ribosomes found or located in the animal cell? B) Ribosomes read ____ to help build _____? http: //hyperphysics. phyastr. gsu. edu/hbase/biology/ ribosome. html

Nucleus This is the most important part of the cell. The nucleus contains the

Nucleus This is the most important part of the cell. The nucleus contains the cells chromosomes and controls all of the cell's activity. The nucleus is usually shaped as a sphere. Activity #4: Describe, in your own words, what the nucleus and its contents do. http: //biology. about. com/ od/geneticsglossary/g/Nuc leus. htm

Endoplasmic Reticulum Rough ER Smooth ER is associated with the is involved in some

Endoplasmic Reticulum Rough ER Smooth ER is associated with the is involved in some production and metabolism protein production, of fats and steroid protein folding, quality hormones. It is 'smooth' control and despatch. It is because it is not studded called 'rough' because it is with ribosomes and is studded with ribosomes associated with smooth slippery fats. Activity #5: Draw the Rough ER and the Smooth ER next to one another and list the biggest differenciation between the two structures. http: //www. biology 4 kids. com/files/cell_er. html

Mitochondria The Mitochondria makes the compound ATP from glucose. The Mitochondrion is called the

Mitochondria The Mitochondria makes the compound ATP from glucose. The Mitochondrion is called the powerhouse of the cell. Activity #6: A) What kinds of cells have mitochondria? A) In the mitochondria ___ is produced through a process called ____, which provides ____ for the cell. http: //endosymbiotichypothesis. word press. com/evidence-for-theendosymbiotic-hypothesis/

Golgi Apparatus The Golgi Apparatus produces protein filled sacs. Some of the sacs stay

Golgi Apparatus The Golgi Apparatus produces protein filled sacs. Some of the sacs stay in the cell, while others are secreted and leave the cell Activity #7: If the cell was a city, what would the golgi aparatus be named or symbolize in the city? http: //www. biology 4 kids. com/files/cell_golgi. html

Lysosome It is sphere shaped, and contains enzymes needed to digest substances that have

Lysosome It is sphere shaped, and contains enzymes needed to digest substances that have entered the cell Activity #8: A) From what two places do lysosomes dismantle and re-cycle material? B) What is the term for programmed cell death? (Hint: this is not a job the lysosome performs) http: //www. bscb. org/? url =softcell/lysosome

Cell Wall Performs a number of essential functions, including providing shape to the many

Cell Wall Performs a number of essential functions, including providing shape to the many different cell types needed to form the tissues and organs of a plant Activity #9: A) What sugar helps provide the protective framework for the cell wall? B) What is the purpose for the holes in the cell wall and what are they called? http: //www. biology 4 kids. co m/files/cell_wall. html

Chloroplasts contain the plant cell's chlorophyll responsible for the plant's green color and the

Chloroplasts contain the plant cell's chlorophyll responsible for the plant's green color and the ability to absorb energy from sunlight Activity #10: A) Explain the process of photosynthesis. B) Where does photosynthesis occur? C) What makes the chloroplasts green? http: //micro. magnet. fsu. edu/ce lls/chloroplasts. ht ml

Central Vacuole Is a fluid filled bubble like structure in the cell. It stores

Central Vacuole Is a fluid filled bubble like structure in the cell. It stores food, substances and waste products Activity #11: A) How can the central vacuole help alter the shape of the plant cell and when does this happen? B) What is inside the central vacuole? http: //www. sophia. org/centr al-vacuole/central-vacuole--3 -tutorial

Cell Components Activity #12: HINT! ; ) Create and fill out the summary chart

Cell Components Activity #12: HINT! ; ) Create and fill out the summary chart below Component Cell Wall Cell Membrane Nucleus Rough ER Smooth ER Mitochondria Lysosome Nucleus Cytoplasm Central Vacuole Chloroplast Golgi Apparatus Shape Animal Cell Plant Cell http: //www. dif fen. com/differ ence/Animal_ Cell_vs_Plant_ Cell

Activity #13: Required: Record the name of the Video, list two of the eukaryotic

Activity #13: Required: Record the name of the Video, list two of the eukaryotic animals shown in the video, and list one new fact you learned. http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=o 1 GQyci. Ja. TA Required: Choose One (both are optional): Tell me what you thought about the video (yay or nay and why? ) Rap http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=-zaf. JKb. MPA 8 Cool Visuals/virtual experience http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=w. Jy. Utbn 0 O 5 Y

 Take this quiz and print out results page Staple to questions/answer sheet Note:

Take this quiz and print out results page Staple to questions/answer sheet Note: 5/10 = 2. 5 points vs. 10/10 = 5 points http: //www. softschools. com/quizzes/biology/ cell_structure/quiz 356. html