BIOL 1110_Cells.pdf - Inside the Cell What is the cell theory 1 2 Why are cells so small There are four structures found in all cell types List them

BIOL 1110_Cells.pdf - Inside the Cell What is the cell...

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1 Inside the Cell What is the cell theory ? 1. 2. Why are cells so small? There are four structures found in all cell types. List them here: 1. 2. 3. 4. Cells come in two basic varieties: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. An organelle is: The advantage of having organelles is: Warm Up Activity PROKAYOTES BOTH EUKARYOTES
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2 Prokaryotic Cells While members of the domains __________and __________are composed of prokaryotic cells, we will focus on bacteria as our example for prokaryotic structure. The following structures are always found in bacteria. Theory of Endosymbiosis Use the video provided in the lecture to answer the following questions. What is endosymbiosis ? What are some unique features of chloroplasts and mitochondria that are evidence for endosymbiosis? 1. 2. 3. Word Bank Cell wall Ribosome Capsule Cytoplasm Plasma membrane Flagellum Nucleoid
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3 Eukaryotic Cells Adapted from “Using the Cell Engineer/Detective Approach to Explore Cell Structure and Function, by C. Sestero et al.) Use your textbook reading to fill in this outline in preparation for a graded in-class activity covering cell
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Unformatted text preview: organelles, cell structure, and their relationship to the function of eukaryotic cells and tissue types. 1. Compare and contrast the characteristics of: a. Plant cells b. Animal cells 2. Complete the following table, listing the functions of each organelle or cellular structure: Name Representation Function Nucleus Ribosomes Rough endoplasmic reticulum Smooth endoplasmic reticulum Golgi apparatus Vacuoles Vesicles 4 Name Representation Function Lysosomes Chloroplasts Mitochondria Flagella Cilia Microvilii Plasma membrane Cell wall 5 What does it mean for a cell to be ‘specialized’? • Our bodies are made up of many different kinds of tissues • Each tissue type also contains multiple cell types – each carrying out a specific task = ________ • How do cells become specialized? • Why are cell diagrams deceptive? • What are some examples of cell specialization? Notes from Cell Case Studies...
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