Cell Organelle Drag and Drop by kws19363

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									Cell Organelle Drag and Drop                                    Name:
Chapter 5                                                       Block:                   Date:
Building a Cell: Below are pictures of organelles. Drag and drop the organelles into the appropriate
place in the cell. If there is more than one type of organelle, place multiple copies into the cell.
When finished, label the organelles by dragging and dropping the names next to the organelle. Use
the line tool (click on the red tool box to see tools) to draw lines from the name to the organelle.




                                                       Cell Membrane


                                                                  Lysosome
                                        Smooth ER
                   Centriole                           Nuclear Membrane
                                                                Nucleus
                                                    chromatin
                                                                          Rough ER
           Mitochondria

                                           Nucleolus
                      Golgi Apparatus


                                    Cytoskeleton
                        Cytoplasm                                              Ribosomes




Questions:
1. What type of cell is shown above? animal cell
2. Is this cell a prokaryote or eukaryote? eukaryote
How do you know? contains a nucleus
3. What 2 organelles are not shown above but help this type of cell to move? flagella & cilia
Building a Cell: Below are pictures of organelles. Drag and drop the organelles into the appropriate
place in the cell. If there is more than one type of organelle, place multiple copies into the cell.
When finished, label the organelles by dragging and dropping the names next to the organelle. Use
the line tool (click on the red tool box to see tools) to draw lines from the name to the organelle.




                                                         Cell Wall
                       Cell Membrane
                                                                     Chloroplast

             Smooth ER
                             chromatin            Cytoskeleton

                 Nucleus
                                     Nucleolus
                                                                             Vacuole
                                                Cytoplasm
            Rough ER
                                             Ribosomes
                       Nuclear Membrane


                                 Mitochondria
                   Golgi Apparatus
                                         Lysosome



Questions:
1. What type of cell is shown above? plant cell
2. Is this cell a prokaryote or a eukaryote? eukaryote
How do you know? has a nucleus
3. How is this cell different from the previous cell? contains chloroplasts and a cell wall
Organelles: Double click in the chart below and indicate the type of organelles and the function of the
organelle.

Picture                           Organelle Name                    Function of Organelle
                                  Part A: nucleolus                 Part A: makes ribosomes
      Part A
Part C
(whole
organelle)                        Part B: nuclear membrane          Part B: regulates what enters &
                                                                    leaves the cell


                                  Part C: nucleus                   Part C: contains chromatin &
                                                                    nucleolus
       Part B
                                  Part A: ribosomes                 Part A: makes proteins
          Part B: entire
          organelle


                                  Part B: rough ER                  Part B: transports materials
                                                                    through the cell and processes
                                                                    proteins
      Part A: dots
      on outside




                                              golgi body                packages & secretes cell
                                                                               products




                                                                      contain chlorophyll and where
                                             chloroplast              photosynthesis occurs- makes
                                                                          glucose in plant cells




                                            mitochondria             makes energy for the cell in the
                                                                             form of ATP
Osmosis and Diffusion: In the chart below, indicate what type of solution the cell is in (hypertonic,
hypotonic or isotonic), what will happen to the cell and WHY this occurs to the cell.

         Picture              Type of Solution       What will happen to the   Why does this happen
                                                               cell?               to the cell?

          10 %
          salt                                                                 the water leaves the cell
                                    hypertonic                shrivel             since there is more
           0.5%                                                                      solute in the
           salt                                                                 environment of the cell


         0.5%
         salt                                                                   water enters & leaves
                                     isotonic             stay the same         the cell at a constant
           0.5%                                                                   rate and the cell
           salt                                                                  maintains its shape


          0%
          salt                                                                 the water enters the cell
                                    hypotonic                  burst              since there is more
          0.5%                                                                   solute inside the cell
          salt


Solutions: Below are pictures of cells after they have been exposed to different types of solutions.
Drag and drop the correct picture into the following boxes to answer the questions.




Typical plant cell      Typical blood cells


1. What would the plant cell look                       3. What would a blood cell look
like in a hypertonic solution?                          like in a hypertonic solution?



2. What would a blood cell look                         4. What would a plant cell look
like in a hypotonic solution?                           like in an isotonic solution?




5. A plant cell is placed in a hypotonic solution and
looks like the picture to the right. Why does the cell not burst?
(hint: what part does a plant cell have that an animal cell does not?)                    Plant cell in
  the plant cell has a cell wall that does not allow the cell membrane                    a hypotonic
to expand past a certain point                                                              solution
Cell Transport: In the chart below, identify the definitions of the following cell transports by dragging
and dropping the names into the chart. Under the “example” column, drag and drop the name of a
molecule that would use that type of transport to enter or exit the cell.




                                                                        Example of Molecule that uses
        Type of Transport                       Definition                 this type of transport OR
                                                                          examples of this transport
                                   the diffusion of water from an
           Osmosis                 area of high concentration to an                 Water
                                   area of low concentration
                                   the diffusion of large molecules
      Facilitated Diffusion        through protein channels in the                  Glucose
                                   cell membrane
                                   cell “eating”- the cell takes in
         Phagocytosis              large molecules by making                        bacteria
                                   vesicles from the cell membrane
                                   the pumping of molecules
        Active Transport           against the gradient using            Sodium/Potassium Pump
                                   energy in the form of ATP
                                   the movement of molecules from
             Diffusion             an area of high concentration to        oxygen and carbon
                                   an area of low concentration            dioxide
                                   the movement of materials
        Bulk Transport             across the cell membrane in          examples are
                                   vesicles                             endocytosis & exocytosis
                                   the movement of materials            examples are diffusion &
         Passive Transport         across the membrane with OUT
                                                                        osmosis
                                   using energy
                                   cell “drinking”- the cell takes in
           Pinocytosis             small molecules by making                          fluids
                                   vesicles from the cell membrane
                                   the movement of materials into       examples are pinocytosis
            Endocytosis            the cell through the use of
                                   vesicles                             & phagocytosis
                                   the movement of materials out of
            Exocytosis             the cell through the use of                    cell waste
                                   vesicles
Cell Transport: Below are pictures of cell transport. Identify the type of transport by typing in the
correct name on the red line.
Cell Transports:        Pinocytosis           Phagocytosis     Osmosis      Diffusion    Active Transport

1.    diffusion (facilitated)                Carrier proteins transport glucose into a red blood cell.
      0.3% glucose in
     solution

     glucose


                0% glucose in the cell

2.   Active Transport              Sodium ions (Na+) are pumped out of a muscle cell.
       20 units Na+ inside the cell


160 units Na+
  in solution
                   Na
                   +

3.      osmosis          Fresh water moves into a unicellular organism (paramecium).

                  94% water in the
                  cell
     100% water
       outside

                    water into contractile
                    vacuole

4.    phagocyotsis              An amoeba engulfs a food particle.




5.    pinocytosis            Pockets of cell membrane fill with water and pinch off to become vacuoles in
the cell.
       water
                                                                            new
                                                                            vacuole

								
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