Definition Assignment due D+1(approx 30 minutes)<br />(15 pts) Use 3 different websites to find the definitions of each Organelle. Write the your definitions in Word, include the site URLs that you used. <br /> (5 pts) With each organelle definition, include whether that organelle is present in prokaryote or eukaryote, plant or animal. <br />(10 pts)And give a short explanation of how each works/what it does in your own words. <br />Email your word document to me. <br />
Cell Creation Assignmentdue D+2 (approx 30 minutes)<br />Create a prokaryote cell and a eukaryote cell, both animal and plant. This can be done by hand and uploaded or created on the computer. <br />Grades- (30 pts) Approximate, based on bottom bullet<br />A: 3 cells, clearly labeled with color and all defined words <br />B+: 3 cells, has all parts, clearly labeled, not colored<br />B- 2 cells, has all parts, clearly labeled with words and color<br />C: 2 cells, has all parts, clearly labeled, not marked by color<br />D: 2 cells, has all parts, not clearly marked or 100% labeled<br />F: one cell only<br />Missing 10% of major parts drops a letter grade. <br />
Extra Creditdue day of Test<br />(+15 pts) For extra credit, create a diagram that shows how all the cell parts are connected/work together. Examples include a flow chart, an explanatory paragraph, or a short video clip/ illustration. <br />
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