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  • 1. Basic Parts of an
    Animal Cell
    Image source: http://www.microscopyu.com/staticgallery/dicphasecontrast/cheekcellspc.html
  • 2. Let’s Take a Closer
    Image source: http://www.compleatnaturalist.com/mall/konus_digital_microscope_camera.htm
  • 3. Image source: http://www.stephsnature.com/lifescience/cellnotes.html
  • 4. Tools to Help You Remember Each Organelle
    Create a set of sentences using the first letter of each word.
    Be creative!
    Image source: http://hand-and-power-tools.com/
  • 5. Mrs. Hawkins’ Example
    N-ow I
    R-emember!
    C-aring
    M-oms
    L-ove
    V-iolets.
    C-harlie’sM-other G-aveB-ack
    E-ightR-oses!
    N-ucleus
    R-ibosomes
    C-ytoplasm
    M-itochondria
    L-ysosomes
    V-acuole
    C-ell M-embrane
    G-olgiB-ody
    E-ndoplamicR-eticulum
  • 6. Test Your MemorY!
    Image source: http://www.stephsnature.com/lifescience/cellnotes.html(Modified using Microsoft Paint)
  • 7. Organelle Mechanics:
    How They Function in the Cell
    Image source: http://wrathofzombie.wordpress.com/2009/12/15/my-dnd-gaming-mechanics-revised/
  • 8. The nucleus controlsall the cell's activity, its like the brain of the cell.
    Image source: http://gearpatrol.com/blog/2010/03/10/nintendo-wii-classic-controller-pro/
  • 9. Ribosomes are like factories for making proteins.
    Image source: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_xAxmUAo8T04/TAnqs4qntsI/AAAAAAAABeY/ti4GNIjT2Bo/s1600/cooling+towers+east+view.JPG
  • 10. The cytoplasm is jelly-like goo inside the cell that holds all the cell's parts .
    Image source: http://www.sogoodblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/peanut-butter-and-jelly.png
  • 11. Mitochondrion are the "powerhouses" of the cell. They change energy from food to energy for the cell.
    Image source: http://www.scrollinondubs.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/9voltBattery.jpg
  • 12. Lysosomes contain chemicals that break down materials in the cell. Lysosomesare the cell's cleanup crew.
    Image source: http://www.powerlineblog.com/HazMat.jpg
  • 13. Vacuoles are storage areas for the cell. They store water, food, waste and other materials.
    Image source: http://www.xpblocker.com/images/Double%20tier%203%20unit%206%20ft%20locker.jpg
  • 14. The cell membrane controls what materials come into and out of a cell.
    Image source: http://www.revolvingdoorcompany.co.uk/automatic/KA023_Revolving_Door_3_Lrg.jpg
  • 15. Golgi Bodies get proteins and other newly created materials from the Endoplasmic Reticulum, package them, and send the materials to other parts of the cell.
    Image source: http://dyijw76xix8sx.cloudfront.net/shared-images/shipping/fed-ex-truck.jpg
  • 16. The Endoplasmic Reticulum carries proteins and other materials from one part of the cell to another.
    Image source: http://www.tri-lift.com/images/stories/forklifts/forklift.jpg
  • 17. ~QUIZ~
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    List the organelle and its function.

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