Ch. 6 Cells 9e X (1) - CH 6 WARM-UP 1 What are the 2 main...

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CH. 6 WARM-UP 1. What are the 2 main types of cells? Which Domains do they consist of? 2. List 3 ways that eukaryotes differ from prokaryotes.
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CH. 6 WARM-UP 1. How is the size of a cell related to its function? 2. Name 5 organelles or cell structures and their function.
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WARM-UP ACTIVITY: Pick up handout on back counter. Complete this handout for your warm-up activity.
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CH. 6 WARM-UP Animal Cell Plant Cell Compare and contrast Animal vs. Plant Cells
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CH. 6 WARM-UP What is the structure & function of: 1. Microtubules 2. Microfilaments 3. Intermediate filaments
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CH. 6 WARM-UP What is the function of: 1. Plasmodesmata 2. Gap junctions 3. Tight junctions 4. Desmosomes
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CHAPTER 6 A Tour of the Cell
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YOU MUST KNOW Three differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. The structure and function of organelles common to plant and animal cells. The structure and function of organelles found only in plant cells or only in animal cells.
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2 TYPES OF CELLS: 1. Prokaryotes : Domain Bacteria & Archaea 2. Eukaryotes (Domain Eukarya): Protists, Fungi, Plants, Animals
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A PROKARYOTIC CELL (BACTERIA)
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PROKARYOTE VS. EUKARYOTE “ before” “ kernel No nucleus DNA in a nucleoid Cytosol No organelles other than ribosomes Small size Primitive i.e. Bacteria & Archaea “ true” “ kernel Has nucleus and nuclear envelope Cytosol Membrane-bound organelles with specialized structure/function Much larger in size More complex i.e. plant/animal cell
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