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AP BIOLOGY  AP BIOLOGY  SUMMER  SUMMER  ACTIVITY ACTIVITY THE CELL THE CELL
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    Welcome AP Bio student! Welcome AP Bio student! In this interactive activity, you will revisit the cell (which  you may not have seen since 9 th  grade) and learn about  the wonderful functions/organelles it has to offer.  By the  end, you should know cells so well that you could be  quizzed on them by  the second week of school  (the  date will be posted by Sept 1st)  So let’s roll!
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    QUICK PREQUIZ QUICK PREQUIZ http://www.mitochondriaresearchaustralia.com/mitochondria%20image%20.gif What is this eukaryotic  cellular Organelle? (click  one) Nucleolus Golgi Complex Mitochondria Chloroplasmic reticulum
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    SORRY,  TRY AGAIN
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    YOU ARE CORRECT! The mitochondria,  aka the cell’s  powerhouse,  produces ATP for  the cell by the  process of  respiration
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    Part One: Basic Cell Review Part One: Basic Cell Review As you already know from 9 th  grade, the smallest living unit of any  organism is the  CELL .   The combined discoveries of biologists Robert Hooke, Theodore  Schwann, and Matthias Schleiden were combined into the three  principles of the  CELL THEORY OF LIFE : 1. All life is made up of one or more cells. 1. The cell is the basic unit of organization in organisms. 3.  All cells only come from preexisting cells.
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    Prokaryotic Cells and  Eukaryotic Cells There are two types of cells:  PROKARYOTIC  cells and  EUKARYOTIC   cells. - PROKARYOTIC  cells differ from  EUKARYOTIC  cells in that they lack  a true membrane-bound nucleus and membrane-bound organelles http://upload .wikimedia.o rg/wikipedia/ commons/th umb/9/99/Pr okaryote_cel l_diagram.sv g/400px- Prokaryote_ cell_diagram .svg.png A Prokaryotic Cell – has a  nuleoid region http://www.ebi.ac.uk/mic roarray/biology_intro_file s/cell.jpe A Eukaryotic Cell- with a nucleus  in the center
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    The Plasma Membrane The Plasma Membrane All cells have a plasma membrane which aids in  All cells have a plasma membrane which aids in  the material exchange and containment of the cell the material exchange and containment of the cell Cells are limited in the size they can reach by the  Cells are limited in the size they can reach by the  membrane surface area-cell volume ratio membrane surface area-cell volume ratio Eukaryotic cells have an endomembrane system  Eukaryotic cells have an endomembrane system  which exchanges the cell membrane across the  which exchanges the cell membrane across the  cell in various processes and compartmentalizes  cell in various processes and compartmentalizes  the cell the cell Learn more on the membrane system and its components at  http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/biology/bio4fv/page/endomem.htm
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