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    Cells Jeopardy Cells Jeopardy Presentation Transcript

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    • Types of Cells
    • Cell Functions
    • Membrane Proteins
    • Vocabulary Matters
    • Cell Organelles
    • Chemistry of the Cell
    • $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $ 100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Types of Cells Cell Functions Membrane Proteins Vocabulary Matters Parts of a Cell Cell Chemistry
    • Cells without membrane bound organelles
    • What are prokaryotes ?
    • Cells with vacuoles, cell walls, and chloroplasts
    • What are plant cells?
    • Cells with a nucleus
    • What are eukaryotes?
    • Cells with >2000 mitochondria
    • What are liver cells?
    • Cells with long extensions that enable it to receive and transmit impulses
    • What is a nerve cell?
    • Makes ATP for use in cell
    • What is a mitochondrion?
    • Stores DNA
    • What is the nucleus?
    • Where ribosomes are made
    • What is the nucleolus?
    • Protein synthesis occurs here
    • What is a ribosome?
    • Makes proteins for export from the cell
    • What is the Rough ER?
    • Proteins attached to the cell membrane surface
    • What are peripheral proteins?
    • Hydrophilic end of a phospholipid
    • What is the head?
    • Proteins embedded in the lipid bilayer
    • What are integral proteins?
    • Double membrane enclosing hereditary material of the cell
    • What is the nuclear envelope?
    • Membrane that chooses what substances can & can not cross
    • What is selectively permeable?
    • Many hair-like organelles that aid in cell movement
    • What are cilia?
    • Membrane folds inside a mitochondrion
    • What are crista?
    • Membrane sacs where photosynthesis takes place
    • What is a thylakoid?
    • Model of the cell membrane
    • What is the fluid mosaic model?
    • Direction lipids & proteins move in a cell membrane
    • What is laterally?
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    • What is a Golgi body?
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    • What is a mitochondrion?
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    • What is the rough endoplasmic reticulum?
    • Organelle located inside the nucleus
    • What is the nucleolus?
    • Daily Double!!
    • ribosomes leave the nucleus through these
    • What are nuclear pores?
    • These attached to integral proteins for holding cells together or recognizing chemical messengers
    • What are carbohydrates ?
    • Subunits making up membrane proteins
    • What are amino acids?
    • Organic molecule with a head & two tails
    • What is a phospholipid?
    • Steroids make up part of this cell structure
    • What is the cell membrane?
    • Contains sugars, water, & wastes in plant cells
    • What is the central vacuole?
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