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Biology & cells An introduction to cell biology, with diagrams, blank worksheets, and video links

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An introduction to cell biology, with diagrams, blank worksheets, and video links

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  • 1. Biology & Cells PPt. by, Robin D. Seamon
  • 2. Alive Not Alive What makes something alive?
  • 3. Plant cell: interactive Link
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    • Cell wall - holds in all the stuff
    • Cell membrane - barrier that holds in all the stuff
    • Vacuole -holds water
    • Mitochondria- MIGHTY MITOCHONDRIA: makes energy for cell
    • Nucleus- is the brain of the cell
    • Nucleolus- has all of the DNA in nucleus
    • Chloroplast- GREEN, makes food for plants
    Make cell models.
    • Cytoplasm- jelly-like liquid that fills the cell
    • Lysosome- organelles that produce enzymes that help to digest
    • Ribosome- makes proteins
  • 7. Vacuole Mitochondria Nucleus Nucleolus Cell Wall Cell Membrane Cytoplasm PLANT CELL ANIMAL CELL Chloroplast Ribosome Lysosome D
  • 8. Mitosis animation http://www.biology4kids.com/ Smart Activity: Cells
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