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  • 1. Cell Project, Edible CellYou will be required to construct a model of a plant OR animal cell. Allmodels must be made out of edible materials that will remain fresh at least 3 dayswithout refrigeration. Avoid using materials that have an unpleasant odor or thatmay be considered offensive!Each model must include all of the following parts:• Cell wall (if plant cell)• Cell membrane• Nucleus • Vacuoles• Cytoplasm• Chloroplasts (if plant cell)Grades will be based on the following questions:Is the name of the members of the team on the project?Is the cell type identified? Tell if it is a plant or animal cell.Is the model a 3-D representation of a plant or animal cell?Are the organelles (parts of the cell) correctly labeled? Each organelle must be labeled with its name and function. You may label each part of the cell or use a key.Are the materials acceptable?Is the model under 30 centimeters on any side? What was the contribution from each participant?
  • 2. Cell Project, Edible CellYou will be required to construct a model of a plant OR animal cell. Allmodels must be made out of edible materials that will remain fresh at least 3 dayswithout refrigeration. Avoid using materials that have an unpleasant odor or thatmay be considered offensive!Each model must include all of the following organelles:• Cell wall (if plant cell)• Cell membrane• Nucleus • Vacuoles• Cytoplasm• Chloroplasts (if plant cell)Grades will be based on the following questions:Is the name of the members of the team on the project?Is the cell type identified? Tell if it is a plant or animal cell.Is the model a 3-D representation of a plant or animal cell?Are the organelles (parts of the cell) correctly labeled? Each organelle must be labeled with its name and function. You may label each part of the cell or use a key.Are the materials acceptable?Is the model under 30 centimeters on any side? What was the contribution from each participant?