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5th Grade Ch. 2 Lesson 1 What is inside a cell?

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  • 1. Ch. 2 Lesson 1 What is Inside a Cell?
  • 2. cell
    • basic building block that makes up all living things
  • 3. cell functions take in food get rid of wastes grow get energy respond to environ- ment
  • 4. nucleus cytoplasm cell wall chloroplasts cell membrane cell membrane nucleus cytoplasm vacuole vacuole mitochondria mitochondria
  • 5. cell parts functions
    • cell membrane
    • surrounds cell-holds it together
    • allows materials to pass in & out of cell
    • nucleus
    • contains chromosomes (DNA)
  • 6. cell parts functions
    • cytoplasm
    • between cell membrane &
    • nucleus
    • mitochondria
    • produce energy by cellular
    • respiration
  • 7. cell parts functions
    • vacuole
    • stores H 2 0 & breaks
    • down materials
    • cell wall
    • (only in plants)
    • outside cell membrane
    • gives extra support &
    • protection
    • chloroplasts
    • (only in
    • plants)
    • uses Sun’s energy to
    • make food (sugar) &
    • oxygen
  • 8.
    • The cell walls of these onion skin cells can be seen in the photograph below.
  • 9. An Elodea leaf magnified 400X. The numerous green structures are chloroplasts.
  • 10. PICTURE OF A REAL CELL MEMBRANE
    • It has been magnified so that we can see it!
  • 11. The nuclei can be seen in the photograph of human cheek cells below.
  • 12.  
  • 13. The Parts of a Cell
  • 14. The Size of Cells
    • How Big is a Cell?
    • Cells have a limit to how big or small they can be.
  • 15.  
  • 16. cell membrane
    • surrounds cell-holds it together
    • allows materials to pass in & out of cell
  • 17. cell
    • basic building block that makes up all living things
  • 18. cytoplasm
    • between cell membrane & nucleus
  • 19. chloroplast
    • found in plant cells
    • uses Sun’s energy to
    • make food (sugar) &
    • oxygen
  • 20. cell wall
    • found in plants outside the cell membrane
    • gives extra support &
    • protection
  • 21. vacuole
    • stores H 2 0 & breaks down materials
  • 22. mitochondria
    • produce energy by cellular respiration
  • 23. cytoplasm
  • 24. cell membrane
  • 25. mitochondria
  • 26. chloroplast
  • 27. cell wall
  • 28. vacuole
  • 29. Cell parts in plants and animals
  • 30. The skin on the Barbie doll is like the cell membrane of a cell because both are outside surfaces, and allow substances to pass in and out of the cell. Cell Analogy Project
  • 31. Edible Animal Cell
    • cell membrane = plastic bag
    • Jello = cytoplasm
    • 2 raisins = mitochondria
    • 1 pear = nucleus
    • 2 peaches = vacuoles