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Unformatted text preview: Cell Unit Activity #2 page 1 AP BIOLOGY NAME_____________________ CELL UNIT ACTIVITY #2 DATE___________HOUR_____ C ELL P ARTS T YPICAL A NIMAL C ELL Cell Unit Activity #2 page 2 E NDOMEMBRANE S YSTEM Cell Unit Activity #2 page 3 T YPICAL P LANT C ELL Cell Unit Activity #2 page 4 Q UESTIONS : 1. Write the name of the cell part in the box next to its description/function. Cell membrane Centrioles Chloroplast Chromatin Cytoplasm Endoplasmic reticulum, rough Endoplasmic reticulum, smooth Golgi apparatus Lysosome Mitochondria Nuclear envelope Nucleolus Nucleus Peroxisome Ribosomes, bound Ribosomes, free Vacuole Vesicle, secretory Vesicle, transport Cell Part Description/Function Forms the boundary of the cell; acts as a selective barrier allowing certain materials to pass but not others The entire region between the nucleus and the cell membrane; consists of the cytosol Contains most of the genes that control the eukaryotic cell; generally the most conspicuous organelle in a eukaryotic cell; contains the nucleolus and chromatin Where the components of the ribosomes are synthesized and assembled; found in the nucleus Consists of DNA and protein; condenses to form chromosomes Double membrane that forms the boundary between the nuclear contents and the cytoplasm; perforated with pores Site of protein synthesis; suspended in the cytosol; produces proteins for use within the cell Site of protein synthesis; attached to the outside surface of the endoplasmic reticulum; produces proteins for use outside the cell or for use in the cell membrane. Synthesizes lipids including phospholipids and steroids; metabolizes carbohydrates; detoxifies drugs and poisons; stores calcium ions; lacks attached ribosomes Cell Unit Activity #2 page 5 Cell Part Description/Function Consists of flattened membranous sacs; receives transport vesicles from the ER; modifies ER products; produces certain molecules; produces lysosomes and secretory vesicles Channels proteins to transport vesicles; attaches carbohydrate to some proteins; involved in membrane production through the production of vesicles; has attached ribosomes Carries ER products to the Golgi Carries Golgi modified products to the cell membrane; fuses with the cell membrane releasing the contents to outside the cell Membrane found sac of hydrolytic enzymes; enzymes are used to digest food, other molecules, and old, worn out cell parts Membrane bound sacs; larger than vesicles; stores materials Site of cellular respiration; produces ATP from sugars, fats, and other fuels Site of photosynthesis; produce food using light energy, CO 2 and H 2 O Contains enzymes that transfer H from substrates to oxygen producing H 2 O 2 ; detoxifies alcohol; contains enzymes (e.g. catalase) that converts H 2 O 2 to H 2 O and O 2 Paired structures found in animal cells; consist of microtubules in a 9+0 arrangement; involved in cell division 2. Indicate if each of the following is true of chromosomes or chromatin. Indicate if each of the following is true of chromosomes or chromatin....
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