What are lipids?Whatdoyouknowaboutlipidsalready?(seeKWLchart)Severaldifferentmoleculesfallwithinthe
What are carbs?Inwhatcontexthaveyouheardofcarbsbefore?(lookatKWLchart)whatdoyou
What are proteins?
Unit 3- Cells and Transportation of Cellular Materials
History of the Cell Theory
The cell is the smallest unit that can still carry on all life processes Both unicellular (one celled) and multicellular
(many celled) organisms ar
DATE: _ PER: _
UNIT: CELL STRUCTURE & FUNCTION
PART I: OSMOSIS LAB
To demonstrate the process of osmosis.
2 raw chicken eggs
1 plastic container
1 container divider
CELL AND CELL TRANSPORT WEBSITES
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EGG AND PLANT CELL OSMOSIS LAB
This is your second formal lab. You must include ALL components of the lab in the order described below and outlined
in the rubric. We had 2 lab experiences, both of which were designed to investigate the
CELLULAR RESPIRATION NOTES
All living things require ENERGY. Think of the Characteristics of Life which characteristics
Growth and development
Cells (most everything cells do require energy)
React to Stimuli
Energy is needed t
Introduction to Photosynthesis
In what organelle does photosynthesis take place?_
Grana (plural of granum)
What is the equation for photosynthesis?
What are the reactants in the equation?
Relationship between Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
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Cell Respiration takes place in ALL LIVING CELLS (Plants included)
Photosynthesis only occurs in AUT