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  • 1. THE CELL Mr. King
  • 2. Animal Cell
  • 3. Animal Cell Cell Membrane
  • 4. Animal Cell Cell Membrane Vacuole
  • 5. Animal Cell Cell Membrane Vacuole Golgi Body
  • 6. Animal Cell Cell Membrane Vacuole Golgi Body Ribosome
  • 7. Animal Cell Cell Membrane Vacuole Golgi Body Ribosome Endoplasmic R
  • 8. Animal Cell Cell Membrane Vacuole Golgi Body Ribosome Endoplasmic R Mitochondrion
  • 9. Animal Cell Cell Membrane Vacuole Golgi Body Ribosome Endoplasmic R Mitochondrion Chromosome
  • 10. Animal Cell Cell Membrane Vacuole Golgi Body Ribosome Endoplasmic R Mitochondrion Chromosome Nucleus
  • 11. Animal Cell Cell Membrane Vacuole Golgi Body Ribosome Endoplasmic R Mitochondrion Chromosome Nucleus Lysosome
  • 12. Animal Cell Cell Membrane Vacuole Golgi Body Ribosome Endoplasmic R Mitochondrion Chromosome Nucleus Lysosome Cytoplasm
  • 13. Animal Cell
    • Cell membrane - Gatekeeper
    • Vacuole - Storage of Water
    • Mitochondrion - Powerhouse of the cell
    • Ribosomes - Makes protein
    • Endoplasmic Reticulum - Holds the ribosomes
    • Cytoplasm - Transports material in cell
    • Nucleus - Brain of the cell
    • Lysosome - self destruct - breaks apart proteins
    • Golgi Body - Packaging material
    • Chromosomes - Full of DNA - genetic material
  • 14. Plant Cell
  • 15. Plant Cell Golgi Body
  • 16. Plant Cell Golgi Body Nucleus
  • 17. Plant Cell Golgi Body Nucleus Chromosomes
  • 18. Plant Cell Golgi Body Nucleus Chromosomes Cell Wall
  • 19. Plant Cell Golgi Body Nucleus Chromosomes Cell Wall Cell Membrane
  • 20. Plant Cell Golgi Body Nucleus Chromosomes Cell Wall Cell Membrane Mitochondrion
  • 21. Plant Cell Golgi Body Nucleus Chromosomes Cell Wall Cell Membrane Mitochondrion Chloroplasts
  • 22. Plant Cell Golgi Body Nucleus Chromosomes Cell Wall Cell Membrane Mitochondrion Chloroplasts Vacuole
  • 23. Plant Cell Golgi Body Nucleus Chromosomes Cell Wall Cell Membrane Mitochondrion Chloroplasts Vacuole Cytoplasm
  • 24. Plant Cell Golgi Body Nucleus Chromosomes Cell Wall Cell Membrane Mitochondrion Chloroplasts Vacuole Cytoplasm Endoplasmic R
  • 25. Plant Cell Golgi Body Nucleus Chromosomes Cell Wall Cell Membrane Mitochondrion Chloroplasts Vacuole Cytoplasm Endoplasmic R Ribosomes
  • 26. Plant Cell
    • Vacuole - Storage of Water
    • Golgi Body - Packaging material
    • Mitochondrion - Powerhouse of the cell
    • Nucleus - Brain of the cell
    • Ribosomes - Makes protein
    • Chloroplast - Uses sun to make sugar
    • Cell Wall - Support of the plant
    • Cell membrane - Gatekeeper
    • Endoplasmic Reticulum - Holds the ribosomes
    • Chromosomes - Full of DNA - genetic material
  • 27. BACTERIA
  • 28. BACTERIA Nuclear Area
  • 29. BACTERIA Nuclear Area Flagellum
  • 30. BACTERIA Nuclear Area Flagellum Capsule
  • 31. BACTERIA Nuclear Area Flagellum Capsule Ribosomes
  • 32. BACTERIA Nuclear Area Flagellum Capsule Ribosomes Plasmid
  • 33. BACTERIA Nuclear Area Flagellum Capsule Ribosomes Plasmid Cell Wall
  • 34. BACTERIA Nuclear Area Flagellum Capsule Ribosomes Plasmid Cell Wall Cell Membrane
  • 35. Bacteria
    • Nuclear Area - Not considered a true nucleus, has some DNA
    • Flagellum - used for movement & sex
    • Capsule - Sticky outside for protection
    • Ribosomes - Make protein
    • Plasmid - Full of DNA for reproduction
    • Cell wall - more flexible than plants
    • Cell membrane - gatekeeper
  • 36. VIRUS
  • 37. VIRUS Head
  • 38. VIRUS Head Tail
  • 39. VIRUS Head Tail Protein Coat
  • 40. VIRUS Head Tail Protein Coat
  • 41. VIRUS Head Tail Protein Coat Nucleic Acid
  • 42. Virus
    • Head - Main housing for DNA
    • Tail - used for movement and attachment
    • Protein Coat - Protects DNA
    • Nucleic Acid - Virus information
  • 43. Compare and Contrast
    • Animals Cell
      • Can’t make their own energy, they have various shapes, no cell wall, small vacuoles, and they divide easily
    • Plant Cells
      • Has cell wall for support. Very large vacuoles, can make it’s own food. Has a harder time dividing because of cell wall.
  • 44. Compare and Contrast
    • Bacteria
      • Most can’t make their own food so they get it from dead organisms. Some can and they are called blue green algae. Used in cooking - considered alive
    • Virus
      • Not considered “alive” by some scientist. Very small, can only reproduce on living things and can only live on living things.
  • 45. Cell Reproduction
  • 46. Cell Reproduction Interphase Chromosomes Become defined Inside the nucleus
  • 47. Cell Reproduction Interphase Chromosomes Become defined Inside the nucleus
  • 48. Cell Reproduction Prophase Chromosomes Duplicate. Nucleus loses Its membrane
  • 49. Cell Reproduction Metaphase Chromosome Align up in the Middle of the cell
  • 50. Cell Reproduction Metaphase Chromosome Align up in the Middle of the cell
  • 51. Cell Reproduction Metaphase Chromosome Align up in the Middle of the cell
  • 52. Cell Reproduction Metaphase Chromosome Align up in the Middle of the cell
  • 53. Cell Reproduction Metaphase Chromosome Align up in the Middle of the cell
  • 54. Cell Reproduction Anaphase Chromosome Pairs start To split apart
  • 55. Cell Reproduction Anaphase Chromosome Pairs start To split apart
  • 56. Cell Reproduction Anaphase Chromosome Pairs start To split apart
  • 57. Cell Reproduction Anaphase Chromosome Pairs start To split apart Cell membrane Begins to split
  • 58. Cell Reproduction Anaphase Chromosome Pairs start To split apart Cell membrane Begins to split
  • 59. Cell Reproduction Anaphase Chromosome Pairs start To split apart Cell membrane Begins to split
  • 60. Cell Reproduction Telophase 2 new cells are Made and also A new nuclear membrane
  • 61. Cell Reproduction Telophase 2 new cells are Made and also A new nuclear membrane
  • 62. Cell Reproduction Telophase 2 new cells are Made and also A new nuclear membrane
  • 63. Cell Reproduction Telophase 2 new cells are Made and also A new nuclear membrane
  • 64. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 65. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 66. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 67. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 68. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 69. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 70. How Virus Multiply Cell Attach To Cell 1
  • 71. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 72. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 73. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 74. How Virus Multiply Cell Inject the Nucleic Acid Into the Cell 2
  • 75. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 76. How Virus Multiply Cell Nucleic Acid Is reproduced Many times inside The cell. 3
  • 77. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 78. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 79. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 80. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 81. How Virus Multiply Cell Cell helps Virus make Head and tail 4
  • 82. How Virus Multiply Cell
  • 83. How Virus Multiply Cell Cell bursts And dies. Virus Go out and multiply 5
  • 84. How Virus Multiply Cell Cell bursts And dies. Virus Go out and multiply 5
  • 85. How Virus Multiply Cell Cell bursts And dies. Virus Go out and multiply 5
  • 86. How Virus Multiply Cell Cell bursts And dies. Virus Go out and multiply 5