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					Cell Parts
 Shipping/Receiving Department
- Cell membrane

- Controls what enters and leaves cell
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1
     Chief Executive Officer or
       President of Company
- Nucleus

- Contains chromosomes; directs cell activity
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2
   Very Important Information
           (blueprint)
- Chromosomes

- Made of DNA; stores genetic information about traits
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    3
X




    3
                Final Product
- Protein

- Transport oxygen, digest food, hair, eye color
Proteins are inside, outside, and on all types of cells.
Proteins are inside, outside, and on all types of cells.
Factory Floor – Where the action
           takes place
- Cytoplasm

- All life reactions take place here
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4
     Workers on Assembly Line
- Ribosomes                    -Black dots

- Site of protein production   -Millions per cell
5 (dots)
5 (dots)
               Assembly Line
- Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)

- Folds proteins after proteins have been made
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6
 Finishing/Packaging Department
- Golgi Body

- Packages proteins that will be secreted from cell
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7
              Maintenance Crew
- Lysosomes

- Removes cell waste
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Extra Support for some factories
- Cell Wall

- Gives plant cells support
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                  Powerplant
- Mitochondria

- “Powerhouse of cell”; converts glucose to usable energy
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10
      Solar Powerplant for some
              factories
- Chloroplast

- Helps plants convert water and carbon dioxide into
sugar during photosynthesis
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                Storage Room
- Vacuole

- A container to store food and water. Plants have large
vacuoles
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 Walls to surround CEO’s Office
- Nuclear membrane

- Surrounds nucleus
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Microscope, Cell Theory, and
     Cell Parts Review
Which part is the:

-stage?

-Eyepiece?

-Coarse focus?


If the eyepiece is
10x, the objective is
40x, and the
thickness of the
lens is 0.1 mm, what
is the overall
magnification?
Which parts should
you hold when
carrying the
microscope?


When you start to
observe a slide:
-With which power
should you begin?
___________________ are made of cells.
   A. All plants
   B. All animals
   C. All living things
   D. All things (including rocks, plants, animals, EVERYTHING)




All cells come from ____________________.
     A. Nothing
     B. Previous cells
     C. A mixture of chemicals
     D. A store in the mall
Which part of the cell is the “powerhouse”?
A. Chloroplasts
B. Endoplasmic reticulum
C. Mitochondria
D. ribosomes
Cells make proteins. What part of a cell makes proteins?
A. Chloroplasts
B. Endoplasmic reticulum
C. Mitochondria
D. ribosomes
Cells make proteins. What part of a cell folds proteins?
A. Chloroplasts
B. Endoplasmic reticulum
C. Mitochondria
D. ribosomes
Is this a plant cell or an animal cell? How do you know?
                   Which part is the:

                   -stage? 4

                   -Eyepiece? 1

                   -Coarse focus?
                                    5
                   If the eyepiece is
                   10x, the objective is
                   40x, and the
                   thickness of the
                   lens is 0.1 mm, what
                   is the overall
10x * 40x = 400x   magnification?
Which parts should
you hold when
carrying the
microscope?
 Arm and base
When you start to
observe a slide:
-With which power
should you begin?
 Low
___________________ are made of cells.
   A. All plants
   B. All animals
   C. All living things
   D. All things (including rocks, plants, animals, EVERYTHING)




All cells come from ____________________.
     A. Nothing
     B. Previous cells
     C. A mixture of chemicals
     D. A store in the mall
Which part of the cell is the “powerhouse”?
A. Chloroplasts
B. Endoplasmic reticulum
C. Mitochondria
D. ribosomes
Cells make proteins. What part of a cell makes proteins?
A. Chloroplasts
B. Endoplasmic reticulum
C. Mitochondria
D. ribosomes
Cells make proteins. What part of a cell folds proteins?
A. Chloroplasts
B. Endoplasmic reticulum
C. Mitochondria
D. ribosomes
Is this a plant cell or an animal cell? How do you know?

   -Large vacuole             -cell wall
   -Chloroplasts

				
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