Year 10 - Plant and Animal Cells

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  • Boardworks GCSE Additional Science: Biology Animal and Plant Cells Teacher notes This illustration contains several discussion points relating to cell structure, and could form the basis of a debate about the similarity between a cell and a city/country. For example, both cells and cities/countries: produce their own power: represented by pink/red buildings (mitochondria) have a central controlling organisation: represented by tall building in centre (nucleus) have border controls: represented by perimeter wall (membrane/wall) have storage facilities: represented by the harbour and lakes (vacuoles) import food and gas: represented by oil tankers some can produce their own food: represented by green building (chloroplast) export waste: represented by dumper trucks have good communication links with neighbours: represented by communications satellites (neurones and hormones) have good defence: represented by heavily-armoured ships and white boats (white blood cells)
  • Boardworks GCSE Additional Science: Biology Animal and Plant Cells Teacher notes This activity could be used to gauge students’ existing knowledge of the major organelles in animal and plant cells.
  • Boardworks GCSE Additional Science: Biology Animal and Plant Cells Teacher notes Appropriately coloured voting cards could be used with this classification activity to increase class participation.
  • Boardworks GCSE Additional Science: Biology Animal and Plant Cells Teacher notes This click and reveal activity could be used to check students’ understanding of the organelles found in animal cells.
  • Boardworks GCSE Additional Science: Biology Animal and Plant Cells Teacher notes This click and reveal activity could be used to check students’ understanding of the organelles found in plant cells.
  • Boardworks GCSE Additional Science: Biology Animal and Plant Cells
  • Boardworks GCSE Additional Science: Biology Animal and Plant Cells Teacher notes Some animal cells have a small/temporary vacuole involved in digestion or secretion.
  • Boardworks GCSE Additional Science: Biology Animal and Plant Cells Teacher notes Chloroplasts are between 2 µm and 10 µm in diameter.
  • Year 10 - Plant and Animal Cells

    1. 1. http://www.onemorelevel.com/game/scale_o f_the_universe_2012 1 of 39 © Boardworks Ltd 2007
    2. 2. Where in the world?How does a cell resemble a city? 2 of 39 © Boardworks Ltd 2007
    3. 3. What do cells contain? 3 of 39 © Boardworks Ltd 2007
    4. 4. Animal or plant? 4 of 39 © Boardworks Ltd 2007
    5. 5. Exploring animal cells 5 of 39 © Boardworks Ltd 2007
    6. 6. Exploring plant cells 6 of 39 © Boardworks Ltd 2007
    7. 7. What is a cell wall?The plant cell wall is madefrom cellulose maintain the shape and structure of the cell prevent damage to the cell caused by excess water intake.Unlike the cell membrane, the cell wall is freelypermeable to water and other molecules. 7 of 39 © Boardworks Ltd 2007
    8. 8. What is a vacuole?The vacuole is a fluid–filledsac found within plant cellsand some bacteria.The vacuole has a range offunctions, including: storing waste products maintaining the water and pH balance of the cell regulating the turgor pressure of the cell.The site of vacuoles depend on how much water the planthas absorbed. 8 of 39 © Boardworks Ltd 2007
    9. 9. What are chloroplasts?Chloroplasts are the site of photosynthesisin plant cells.A green pigment in chloroplastscalled chlorophyll absorbs theenergy in sunlight. thylakoids 9 of 39 © Boardworks Ltd 2007
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