PLANT VS ANIMAL CELLS Outline of Lesson Watch
- Slides: 11
PLANT VS. ANIMAL CELLS
Outline of Lesson ■ Watch the cell rap video ■ Review the plant cell organelles and functions ■ Review the animal cell organelles and functions ■ Compare and contrast an animal and plant cell ■ Fill out the Venn diagram ■ Review the answers ■ Fill out the cell scenarios ■ Review
Engage ■ Watch the cell rap song for an introduction
Plant Cell ■ Nucleus ■ Nucleolus ■ ER ■ Golgi ■ Cell Wall ■ Vacuole ■ Chloroplast ■ Cytoplasm ■ Mitochondria ■ Cell membrane
Animal Cell ■ Nucleus ■ Nucleolus ■ Chromatin ■ Lysosomes ■ Smooth and Rough ER ■ Ribosomes ■ Centriole ■ Mitochondria ■ Golgi ■ Cytoplasm ■ Plasma membrane
Fill out the Venn diagram.
Cell Scenarios ■ Some eukaryotic cells have a need to move around or require energy to produce movement. Examples include sperm cells and muscle cells. Because these cells need to turn food, usually sugar, into energy, what organelle would you expect to be VERY plentiful in these cells?
Continued…. ■ Plant cells contain chlorophyll to turn light energy into chemical energy. Chlorophyll, in plant cells, is stored in an organelle that is VERY plentiful in leaf cells.
Review ■ Plant cell organelles and their function ■ Animal cell organelles and their function ■ Comparisons and contrasts of the animal and plant cell