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Some of these slides are from other teachers. Credit is on cover slide

Some of these slides are from other teachers. Credit is on cover slide

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  • 1. CELLS Slides 2-6 are by Stephen Taylor 10-14 by Karyn Ferguson
  • 2. FIVE
  • 3. Most Cells contain hereditaryinformation that is passed onfrom cell to cell duringreproduction All cells are basically the same in chemical structure and activities
  • 4. Cell Diversity: Not all cells are alike• Size and shape differ…this is related to the function of cells• Internal Organization…cells can be specialized to perform different jobs Ex: Pancreas cells (pictured • Organelles – internal components that above) make insulin, while perform different functions white blood cells (below) digest unwanted microbes.
  • 5. Cell TypesAll living things are classified into groupsbased on their cell type
  • 6. Prokaryotic Cells• Bacteria – LACK a NUCLEUS and membrane bound organelles – Reproduce asexually – Contain genetic material
  • 7. PLANT CELL Eukaryotic Cells • “Eu” – True cells • CONTAIN a NUCLEUS and membrane bound organelles • Reproduces asexually or sexually • Contains genetic material • Ex. plant, animal, fungi, algae ANIMAL CELL
  • 8. Virus• Viruses lack cellular structures and are non-living – Contain: a. CAPSID – protein coat b. Can only contain DNA or RNA – Reproduce in a host cell – Ex. HPV, HIV, H1N1, bacteriophage
  • 9. Types of cells
  • 10. View of Different Cells

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