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Lesson 1 Lesson 1 Presentation Transcript

  • Cells
  • What are Cells
  • What are Cells• Organism: Is a living thing
  • What are Cells• Organism: Is a living thing• Cells: Smallest Unit of living things that carry out basic process of life
  • What are Cells• Organism: Is a living thing• Cells: Smallest Unit of living things that carry out basic process of life• Cells come from other cells
  • What are Cells• Organism: Is a living thing• Cells: Smallest Unit of living things that carry out basic process of life• Cells come from other cells• Cells divide or split into 2 and continue to do so
  • What are Cells• Organism: Is a living thing• Cells: Smallest Unit of living things that carry out basic process of life• Cells come from other cells• Cells divide or split into 2 and continue to do so• Unicellular: One Cell
  • What are Cells• Organism: Is a living thing• Cells: Smallest Unit of living things that carry out basic process of life• Cells come from other cells• Cells divide or split into 2 and continue to do so• Unicellular: One Cell• Multicellular: Many Cells
  • Whats in an animal Cell
  • Whats in an animal Cell• Organelles: Perform Life Functions
  • Whats in an animal Cell• Organelles: Perform Life Functions• Cell Membrane: Controls what comes in and out
  • Whats in an animal Cell• Organelles: Perform Life Functions• Cell Membrane: Controls what comes in and out• Cytoplasm: Supports the cell
  • Whats in an animal Cell• Organelles: Perform Life Functions• Cell Membrane: Controls what comes in and out• Cytoplasm: Supports the cell• Nucleus: Control Center of Cell
  • Whats in an animal Cell• Organelles: Perform Life Functions• Cell Membrane: Controls what comes in and out• Cytoplasm: Supports the cell• Nucleus: Control Center of Cell• Mitochondria: Supply Energy for Cell
  • Whats in an animal Cell• Organelles: Perform Life Functions• Cell Membrane: Controls what comes in and out• Cytoplasm: Supports the cell• Nucleus: Control Center of Cell• Mitochondria: Supply Energy for Cell• Vacuoles: Stores food and water
  • Whats in an animal Cell• Organelles: Perform Life Functions• Cell Membrane: Controls what comes in and out• Cytoplasm: Supports the cell• Nucleus: Control Center of Cell• Mitochondria: Supply Energy for Cell• Vacuoles: Stores food and water•
  • Whats inside a plant cell
  • Whats inside a plant cell • Cell Wall: Provides strength and extra support
  • Whats inside a plant cell • Cell Wall: Provides strength and extra support • Vacuole: Stores Excess Water
  • Whats inside a plant cell • Cell Wall: Provides strength and extra support • Vacuole: Stores Excess Water • Chloroplasts: Helps produce food for the plant
  • How are Cells Organized
  • How are Cells Organized • Similar cells working together at the same job form tissues
  • How are Cells Organized • Similar cells working together at the same job form tissues
  • How are Cells Organized • Similar cells working together at the same job form tissues • Tissues that work together form organs
  • How are Cells Organized • Similar cells working together at the same job form tissues • Tissues that work together form organs
  • How are Cells Organized • Similar cells working together at the same job form tissues • Tissues that work together form organs • Organs that work together form Organ Systems