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  • 1. LAUNCH
    • Pick two organelles from yesterday, describe their function and draw a quick sketch
  • 2. LAUNCH
    • What are the differences and similarities between a prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell? What are examples of each?
  • 3. Parts of the Cell
  • 4. Plant vs Animal Cells
  • 5.  
  • 6. ANALOGY! Organelles perform the functions of the cell just like different people and places perform the functions of LPS! If the nucleus of a cell is analogous to Ms. Klaffky, the principal, what function do you think the nucleus does?
  • 7. Control Center Holds genetic material Nucleus
  • 8. Nucleus Lily Parenchyma Cell. Note the large nucleus and nucleolus in the center of the cell, mitochondria and plastids in the cytoplasm.
  • 9. Nucleus
  • 10.
    • Function: Control center of the cell, holds genetic information of DNA
    • Found: In all Eukaryotic Cells (both plant and animal cells have nuclei)
    • Analogy: Ms. Klaffky (principal)
  • 11. Power Station Produces Energy Mitochondria Changes chemical energy into food
  • 12. Mitochondria
  • 13. Mitochondria
  • 14. The Cafeteria (MPR) Mitochondria
  • 15. Mitochondria
    • Function: convert chemical energy stored in food into compounds which cell can use for energy
    • Found: In All Eukaryotic Cells in the cytoplasm
    • Analogy: Cafeteria
  • 16. Power Station Produces Energy Chloroplast Changes sunlight into food by photosynthesis
  • 17. Found in Plants Only Chloroplast
  • 18. Chloroplast
  • 19. The Cafeteria (again) Chloroplast
  • 20. INTRACELLULAR TRANSPORT
    • ER
    • Golgi
    • Lysosome
    • Vacuole
  • 21. Makes proteins Ribosome Very small
  • 22. Ribosomes
  • 23. Ribosome
    • Function: makes proteins; where translation occurs
    • Found: In All Eukaryotic Cells; in cytoplasm and on rough endoplasmic reticulum
    • Analogy: Guidance Office, Teachers
  • 24. Pathway to ship proteins Endoplasmic Reticulum
  • 25. Endoplasmic Reticulum
    • Function: Pathway to ship proteins
    • Found: All Eukaryotic Cells in cytoplasm
    • Analogy: Hallway
  • 26. E.R.
  • 27. E.R.
  • 28. Hallways Endoplasmic Reticulum
  • 29. Package and ship out proteins Golgi Apparatus
  • 30.  
  • 31. Golgi Apparatus
    • Function: package and ship out Proteins
    • Found: All Eukaryotic Cells in cytoplasm
    • Analogy: Ms. Rivera and Ms. Aguilar, Office Secretaries
  • 32. Golgi Apparatus
  • 33. Golgi Apparatus
  • 34. Main Office / Ms. Rivera Golgi Apparatus
  • 35. Clean up crew Lysosome
  • 36. Lysosomes
    • Function: cleanup crew of cell – eats old stuff
    • Found: All Eukaryotic Cells in cytoplasm
    • Analogy: Custodians
  • 37. The Custodians Lysosome
  • 38. Lysosome
  • 39. Exit Ticket!
    • On your index card, write your name and number 1-3
    • For each slide that is shown, write down the ‘mystery organelle’ being described.
  • 40.
    • Function: Pathway to ship proteins
    • Found: All Eukaryotic Cells
    • Analogy: Hallway
    1.
  • 41.
    • Function: package and ship out Proteins
    • Found: All Eukaryotic Cells
    • Analogy: Office Secretaries
    2.
  • 42.
    • Function: convert chemical energy stored in food into compounds which cell can use for energy
    • Found: In All Eukaryotic Cells
    • Analogy: Cafeteria
    3.
  • 43. LAUNCH
    • Pick two organelles from yesterday, describe their function and draw a quick sketch
  • 44. Controls what gets in and out of the cell Cell Membrane
  • 45. Cell Membrane
    • Function: allow items in and out
    • Found: All Eukaryotic Cells
    • Analogy: Gates of School
  • 46. Cell Membrane
  • 47. Protects the plant cell Cell Wall
  • 48. Cell Wall
    • Function: rigid wall, shape, keep stuff out
    • Found: PLANTS ONLY!!!
    • Analogy: Walls,
  • 49. Found in Plants Only Cell Wall
  • 50. Cell Wall
  • 51. The fence Cell Wall
  • 52. Plastid
    • Function: store starch & fats, others absorb light energy
    • Found: PLANTS ONLY!!!
    • Analogy: you under breezeway
  • 53. Holds cellular organelles in place Cytoplasm
  • 54. Cytoplasm
    • Function: jelly like stuff between cell membrane and nucleus
    • Found: All Eukaryotic Cells
    • Analogy: The whole school inside the cell wall but not the office
  • 55. The Air Cytoplasm
  • 56. Cytoskeleton
    • Function: gives cell structure to maintain shape and size
    • Found: All Eukaryotic Cells
    • Analogy: Your school schedule
  • 57. Storage of food and water Vacuoles
  • 58. Vacuole
    • Function: store enzymes & metabolic wastes
    • Found: PLANTS ONLY!!! (but a few animal cells too)
    • Analogy: Lockers
  • 59. Huge in plant cells Small in animal cells
  • 60. Plant Cells
  • 61. Vacuole
  • 62. The Lockers Vacuoles
  • 63. Cilia and Flagella
    • Function: assist in movement of cell
    • Found: Many Eukaryotic Cells
    • Analogy: Your feet
  • 64. Animal Cells
  • 65.