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  • 1. Cell Organelles
  • 2. Why are there Organelles?
    • Specialized Functions
    • Act as containers (separate parts of the cell from other parts)
    • Sites for chemical reactions (ex. Chloroplasts and Mitochondria)
  • 3. Nucleus
    • Control Center of the cell
    • Contains DNA and RNA
    • Large, roundish organelle
    • Can produce Proteins
    City Hall/ Mayor’s Office
  • 4. Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
    • Folded membrane that extends through the cytoplasm to the nuclear membrane
    • 2 Kinds:
      • Rough- Has ribosomes attached and is involved with protein transport
      • Smooth- Lacks ribosomes and is involved with detoxification of poison and lipid synthesis
    http://publications.nigms.nih.gov/insidethecell/images/ch1_roughER.jpg
  • 5. Ribosomes
    • Dot-like structures produced in the nucleus
    • Site of protein synthesis
    • Each ribosome is composed of 2 sub-units: small and large
    • 2 type of ribosomes:
      • Free: floating in the cytoplasm
      • Attached: associated with the ER
    Protein Factory
  • 6. Golgi Apparatus
    • Stacks of sacs with vesicles pinching off from the edges
    • Packages materials for export from the cell
    • Will modify lipids and proteins
    • Stores and packages materials for export out of cell
    http://www.sciencenews.org/view/download/id/48467/name/Golgi_apparatus Post Office
  • 7. Mitochondria
    • Primary energy producers of cells
    • Double membrane
    • Produces ATP via aerobic respiration
    • Have their own DNA and method of replication
    • Endosymbiotic Theory
    Power Plant http://shs.westport.k12.ct.us/asr/Bio%202/webquests/cell%20city/organelle%20links/mitochondria.gif
  • 8. Chloroplasts
    • Site of photosynthesis
    • Chlorophyll = Green Color
    • Endosymbiotic Theory
    http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/staff/dave/roanoke/chloroplast.gif
  • 9. Microtubules
    • Made from proteins within eukaryotic cells
    • Provide the structure for the cell- cytoskeleton
    • Tracks for transporting organelles & vesicles
    • Pull apart chromosomes during division
    • Ex: Cillia and flagella
  • 10. Centrioles
    • Found in eukaryotic cells
    • Come in pairs
    • Made from short microtubules
    • Assist the cell with cell division
  • 11. Vacuoles
    • Single membranes that surround solid or liquid contents
    • Vacuole will as a container for the cell
    • Plant cells usually have 1 large vesicle filled with water
    • 50-90% of a plant cell’s volume is a vacuole
    Storage Unit http://education.kings.edu/dsmith/vacuole.jpg
  • 12. Vesicles
    • Sac surrounded by a single membrane
    • Endocytotic- will bring contents into cell
    • Exocytotic- takes materials out of cell
    UPS/Delivery Service
  • 13. Lysosomes
    • Sacs within the cell that contains digestive enzymes
    • Encased within a single membrane
    • Used to digest/breakdown complex organic molecules
    • Lysosome will merge with the “food” & the contents will begin the digestion
    Dump or Garbage Truck
  • 14. Peroxisomes
    • Resemble Lysosomes with structure and function
    • Sac with a single membrane that break down amino acids, alcohol and fatty acids
    • Unique because it produces and disposes of Hydrogen Peroxide, which is fatal to cells
  • 15. Cell Wall
    • Thin layer of cellulose that surrounds the cell
    • Permeable to many substances
    • Provides strength and support to the plant
    http://www.desmids.nl/info/sheddingoftheprimarycellwall/images/Pleurotaeniumehrenbergii3.jpg City Limit
  • 16. Cell Membrane
    • Semi-permeable membrane that lets some things in and prevents materials from leaving
    • Provides limited structure
    • Lipid bilayer
    http://wiki.chemprime.chemeddl.org/images/thumb/6/60/Lipid-Bilayer_Model_for_Membranes_.jpg/470px-Lipid-Bilayer_Model_for_Membranes_.jpg City Limit