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					Cell Organelle Independent Study Honors BIOLOGY

Name: ___________ Due Date: 11/17/08

Table of Contents
Chapter Outline with Notes (10 points) Study Guide (5 points) Cell Analogy Poster Collage (70 points) Vocabulary Puzzle (5 points) Virtual Cell Lab (10 points) → TOTAL AVAILABLE POINTS = 100 (x 2) = 200 points This unit is designed to help you learn how to complete work and study independently. No class time will be used to work on these assignments. The chapter notes w/ outline and cell analogy collage poster will probably be the most time consuming. You should plan to spend 5-6 hours to complete this unit. Take your time and be thorough during your study. All work will be due 11/17/08. You will not be given an extension on the project for any reason! If you are absent on the date that this project is due, your completed assignment should be delivered to the school by the end of the school day – there will be NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS POLICY! Your work must be compiled together and submitted in either a large envelope or a file folder (no 3-ring binders!!) with your name on the outside. Also, put your name on each individual assignment. FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY AND BE SURE TO COMPLETE ALL PARTS OF THE ASSIGNMENT! This assignment is worth 200 points – (the same as 2 test grades)!

Read pages 174 – 193. Create your own notes as an outline for this section. Your notes must include:  all important information from each section (i.e. key terms, concepts, etc.) o for each organelle, include the type of cell it can be found in (plant, animal, or both), o what the organelle looks like (i.e. a HAND drawing) – LABELED & IN COLOR! o what the organelle does in the cell (i.e. the function of each organelle)  a HAND drawing of the plant and animal cell. (See pg. 192) – LABELED & IN COLOR!  explain the difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes  draw and label a cell membrane and explain the main functions of the cell membrane

 STUDY GUIDE (5 pts):

Pg. 198 – Questions 1-24. Write out ALL questions and write out ALL answers – underline your answers!

1. Draw/print a LARGE plant cell in pencil on a piece of white paper. Paste your drawing on one side of a LARGE piece of poster board (tri-fold not allowed) – NOT TOO NEAR THE EDGE. 2. Draw/print a LARGE animal cell in pencil on a piece of white paper. Paste your drawing beside the other drawing on the other side of the same large piece of poster board – NOT TOO NEAR THE EDGE. 3. COLOR CODE YOUR CELL(S)! Include the following structures: BASIC TEN CELL PARTS
cell or plasma membrane cytoplasm nucleus nucleolus chromatin Golgi apparatus mitochondria endoplasmic reticulum ribosome nuclear membrane

cell wall chloroplast lysosomes vacuoles microfilaments microtubules cilia centrioles centrosomes flagella plastids peroxisome

4. Correctly identify EACH cell as a plant or an animal cell. 5. Find out the function of each structure in the cell. 6. Find a magazine, newspaper or web picture (COLOR!) of an everyday object that has a function similar to that of each different cell structure cell structure. Write an analogy to show the similarity between the cell part and the everyday object. Be sure to explain the reasoning behind your analogies.  Ex. The nucleus is like a brain because it controls and coordinates the activities of the whole cell in the same way the brain controls and coordinates activities of the body. Don’t utilize this example in your poster.  NOTE: ONE analogy per cell structure. (i.e. you cannot do 1 analogy for golgi in plant cells and 1 for golgi in animal cells) – all analogies MUST be for different organelles!  NOTE: the analogy should reflect the organelles FUNCTION – not shape!  HINT: be careful with analogies that are stated as “_______ is like a ______ because the both ______” – these tend to be incomplete and inaccurate! 7. Paste the pictures of the everyday objects (see #6) along the sides of your cell drawings. Label the pictures with your neatly written analogies and draw a pointer to the correct structure in your cell drawing.*

 Typing your analogies, labels, etc is highly encouraged, especially if you do not have neat handwriting.

8. YOU MUST COMPLETE AT LEAST 18 ANALOGIES! Evaluation: Your cell analogies collages will be graded for correctness, neatness, completeness and originality according to the following: A/60-70 - Neat, correct, complete, 18 or more correct analogies B/50-60 - Neat, correct, complete, 14-17 correct analogies C/40-50 - Neat, correct, 10-13 correct analogies D/30-40 - Messy, incorrect, or incomplete F/Below 30 - Too messy for words, totally incorrect, more than 1/2 incomplete 0 - Totally blank
The inclusion of any newly discovered organelles other than those listed above will be considered as going above and beyond and will be graded accordingly.

*Your poster should NOT be 3-D and NONE of your work should exceed the edges of the poster board*

 Vocabulary Puzzle (5 pts):
Create a puzzle (ex. Crossword or word search) using any 10 of the cell organelles. You must include the function/definition as a clue for the puzzle rather than just including the term.

 Virtual Cell Lab (10 pts):
Go to the website: Using the information from the website, complete the questions found on the next page – BE SURE TO INCLUDE A DRAWING OF THE ORGANELLES! If you do not have internet access at home you will need to go to the public library, a friend’s house, or the school media center.

The Virtual Cell Worksheet
1. Centrioles are only found in __________________ cells. They function in cell _____________________. They have _____ groups of _____ arrangement of the protein fibers. Draw a picture of a centriole in the box.


2. Lysosomes are called ______________________ sacks. They are produced by the ________________ body. They consist of a single membrane surrounding powerful _______________ enzymes. Those lumpy brown structures are digestive _____________. They help protect you by __________________ the bacteria that your white blood cells engulf. _______________ act as a clean up crew for the cell. Zoom in and draw what you see.


3. Chloroplasts are the site of ______________________. They consists of a __________ membrane. The stacks of disk like structures are called the ______________. The membranes connecting them are the _________________ membranes. Zoom in and draw a picture.


4. Mitochondrion is the _______________________ of the cell. It is the site of _______________________. It has a ____________________ membrane. The inner membrane is where most _______________ respiration occurs. The inner membranes is __________ with a very large surface area. These ruffles are called ___________. Mitochondria have their own ________ and manufacture some of their own _______________. Draw a picture of the mitochondrion with its membrane cut. 5. Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) is a series of double membranes that ________ back and forth between the cell membrane and the _______________. These membranes fill the ____________________ but you cannot see them because they are very ___________________. The rough E.R. has __________________________ attached to it. This gives it its texture. These ribosomes manufacture __________________________ for the cell. The ribosomes are the ______________________________ which manufacture proteins. Draw the rough ER with a ribosome.


Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)

6. Smooth E.R. ____________ ribosomes. It acts as a __________________________ throughout the cytoplasm. It runs from the cell membrane to the nuclear ________________ and throughout the rest of the cell. It also produces ___________________ for the cell. Draw a picture of the smooth ER.

Smooth ER

7. Cell Membrane performs a number of critical functions for the ________. It regulates all that _____________ and leaves the cell; in multicellular organisms it allows _________ recognition. Draw and shade the cell membrane.

Cell Membrane

8. Nucleus is called the ______________________ of the cell. It is a large __________ spot in eukaryotic cells. It _________________ all cell activity. The nuclear membrane has many ____________________. The thick ropy strands are the _____________________________. The large solid spot is the _____________________. The nucleolus is a spot of __________________ chromatin. It manufactures __________________________. The chromatin is _______________ in its active form. It is a __________________________________ of DNA and histone proteins. It stores the information needed for the manufacture of ____________________. Draw a picture of the nucleus and its nucleolus. 9. Golgi Body is responsible for packaging _________________________ for the cell. Once the proteins are produced by the ______________ E.R., they pass into the _______________ like cisternae that are the main part of the Golgi body. These proteins are then squeezed off into the little _________________ which drift off into the cytoplasm. Draw a picture of the Golgi Body as it is squeezing off the proteins.


Golgi Body

Your test over this chapter will be on: 11/18/08 This packet is 11/17/08 due on:

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