A Tour of the Cell
I. Write a detailed description of the function of the following organelles and indicate if
they are found in plant cells (P), animal cells, (A), or both (B):
_Rough Endoplasmic R
Two conflicting theories before
the 17th century
1- Biogenesis: All living things
come from other living things.
2- Spontaneous Generation:
Living things could
spontaneously arise from noliving things.
Up to the 17th and 18th centuries
THE FIRST LIFE FORMS
Anaerobic did not require O2
Prokaryotic small, no nucleus
Heterotrophic fed on organic
molecules from env.
Competition for food leads to evolution
Autotrophic made own food
Chemosynthetic energy from ox
Write 3 facts learned last week about
Explore what a lipid is and how it stores
Properties of Lipids
Identify the general characteristics of lipids.
Describe the structure and function of f
Parts of a Cell
Functions of Organelles
Identify the role of cellular organelles
Distinguish between the functions of
vacuoles and lysosomes.
Summarize the path of cellular products
Compare and contrast the functions of
What do we need to eat in order to obtain
View & Discuss notes on Molecules in a
(You will need to take a packet.)
Molecules of Life
Carbon in Organic
Importance of Carbon
Carbon is al
Molecules of Life Review Sheet
I. Vocabulary Should be defined on a separate piece of paper.
II. Answer the Following Questions:
1. List the main function for the following:
Carbohydrates: Break down to use as energy
Lipids: Store energy for la
11/16 - Focus:
List 5 parts of a cell and their functions.
Discuss the Cellular Make up of an
Notes on Cellular Make up
From a Single Cell
to an Organism
Discuss with your partners:
How can there be so much
FOOD WEBS show movement of ENERGY; Ultimate source is
Ex: algae, trees, flowers
Can not make own food
Herbivores/1st order (primary) consumers plant eaters
Carnivores/2nd order (seco