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  • Types of Cells p.172-173
  • Types of Cells p.172-173
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    • 1. Quest 3: Cells andmicroscopes
    • 2. NOTESDevelop a timeline showing dates andscientists that led to this theory. Include thefollowing scientists: Theodor Schwann,Matthias Schleiden, Virchow, RobertHooke, Van Leeuwenhoek, (rememberRedi, and Louis Pasteur add them also).
    • 3. History of Cells1. Robert Hooke - 1665Observed cork (oak bark) under the microscopeFirst to see dead cellsCalledthem CELLS –they reminded him of the shape of monk dorms in monastery. 3
    • 4. Hooke’s Microscope and Cells 4
    • 5. Anton von Leeuwenhoek- 1674  Improved the Microscope  Looked at samples of pond and drinking water  First person to see living cells (“animalcules”)  Protista and other creatures in water 5
    • 6. 150-200 Year Gap???Between the Hooke/Leuwenhoek discoveries and the mid 19th century, very little cell advancements were made.This is probably due to the widely accepted, traditional belief in Spontaneous Generation.Examples: -Mice from dirty clothes/corn husks -Maggots from rotting meat
    • 7. Matthias Schleiden - 1838 Plants are made of cells 7
    • 8. Theodor Schwann - 1839 Animals are made of cells All organisms are made of cells 8
    • 9. Rudolph Virchow -1855 All cells come from other cells (no spontaneous generation) 9
    • 10. NOTESState the 3 parts of the cell theory.
    • 11. The Cell Theory1. All living things are made of cells = A2. Cells are the basic units of of structure and function in living organisms = B3. New cells come from preexisting cells = C 11 Remember you’re ABC’s!
    • 12. Modern Cell Theory Modern Cell Theory contains 3 statements, in addition to the original Cell Theory: The cell contains hereditary information(DNA)  All cells are basically the same in chemical composition and metabolic activities. Cellcontain specialized structures (organelles) to perform life functions
    • 13. NotesThinking Question: How did our knowledge of cells evolve with the collaboration among scientists and new technologies? (Modern Cell Theory)
    • 14. NOTESDraw the cells in slides 15-17 explaining what you think their function is related to its structure. Cells How does their shape relate to their/aid their function
    • 15. Cell Shape and FunctionThe shape of the cell is relatedto the job (function) of the cell 15
    • 16. Cell DiversityRedand WhiteBlood Cells • Muscle cells 16
    • 17. Neurons:Nervous cells Fat Cells 17
    • 18. NOTES Draw and label parts of a microscope.
    • 19. Compound Light Microscope ◦ Light source ◦ View living tissue ◦ View up to 0.5 micrometers
    • 20. How we study cells Electron Microscope (EM) ◦ View smaller than 0.5 micrometers ◦ Specimen coated in thin layer of metal ◦ Electron beam used to create image ◦ TEM (transmission) ◦ SEM (scanning) – 3D surface image
    • 21. Prokaryotic & Eukaryotic CellsThere are 2 basic types of cells ◦ Prokaryotic ◦ EukaryoticDifferences: Presence/absence of nucleus, Presence/absence organelles Small/large size 21
    • 22. NOTES1. List 3 ways that prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells are SIMILAR and DIFFERENT. Give an example of a prokaryotic cell and an example of a eukaryotic cell.
    • 23. Eukaryotic Cells Complex Have Nucleus Genetic material (DNA) inside the nucleus Many membranes Evolved from prokaryotic cells Example: cells of plants, animals, fungi, and protists. 23
    • 24. Eukaryotic Cells: Animals  Many,Small vacuoles  No cell wall  No chloroplasts  Multicellular 24
    • 25. Various Plant and Plantanimal cells Animal
    • 26. NOTESUse the next slides to fill in the vocab chart and color the cell pictures
    • 27. Eukaryotic OrganellesCell membrane: surrounds the outside of the cell
    • 28. Nucleus  Control center of the cell  Contains DNA = the genetic material  DNA has the coded information to make proteins  Chromosomes are made of DNA  Nucleus is surrounded by a nuclear membrane  The nucleolus is a small region inside the nucleus. Ribosomes are made here. 28
    • 29. Cytoplasm•The fluid that fills the cell andholds its organelles•Contains dissolved enzymes andmolecules the cell needs to stayalive•Holds the microtubules andmyofilaments that are the cells“skeleton”
    • 30. Mitochondria Transform the chemical energy of food (glucose) into energy the cell can use This process is called cell respiration Power plant of the cell ALL cells have mitochondria 30
    • 31. Lysosome:Contains digestiveenzymes that helpbreak down waste
    • 32. Endoplasmic Reticulum = ER Made of many folded membranes Place where lipids and some proteins are assembled The system of “highways” moves things around the cell 32
    • 33. Smooth ER Smooth ER does not have ribosomes attached to it 33
    • 34. Rough ER ER is called rough because it has ribosomes attached to it – looks bumpy, rough 34
    • 35. Ribosomes Ribosomes are in charge of making proteins. Ribosomes join amino acids together to make proteins Ribosomes are located free in the cytoplasm OR attached to the endoplasmic reticulum 35
    • 36. Golgi Body Golgi modifies, sorts, and packs proteins and other materials for export Golgi sorts and packs them (Post Office) 36
    • 37.  Storematerials such as water, salts, carbohydrates Vacuoles Animalcells have many small vacuoles Plant cells have a large central vacuole filled with fluid Pressurefrom water in vacuole helps plants maintain the shape. If vacuole is not full plant wilts. 37
    • 38. Chloroplasts Capture the energy from sunlight and convert it into chemical energy (sugars) This process is called photosynthesis FOUND ONLY IN PLANT CELLS• Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll (a pigment)• Chloroplasts are like solar power plants 38
    • 39. Cell WallProvidessupport and protection for the PLANT cellPlantcell walls are made of cellulose (carbohydrate) 39
    • 40. Cytoskeleton-holds hold shape Flagella- Centrioles-Cilia –tiny tail-like aids inhairs that part helps reproductionhelps in in of the cellmovement movement
    • 41. NOTES 1. How are animal and plant cells similar? How are they different?
    • 42. Types of Eukaryotic organisms
    • 43. NOTESFill in the chart about unicellular organisms (PROTISTS) Mobility Example drawing
    • 44. Eukaryotic Cells: Protists  Unicellular  One cell satisfies all the needs of the organism – one cell does everything!!!  Grouped by Movement : A. Flagellum B. Cilia C. Pseudopods 44
    • 45. Protista: Euglena Protista: ParameciumA. Move using a flagellum, one B. Move using cilia (short hair-like long whip-like structure) structures) 45
    • 46. Protista: Amoeba C. Move using pseudopods (pseudo=false; pods= feet), projections of the cytoplasm 46
    • 47. PROKARYOTIC CELLS: Simple (primitive) ALL BACTERIA No Nucleus(Genetic material (DNA) is lose inside the cell) No organelles with membranes The only membrane is the cell membrane Have ribosomes Have cell wall Most primitive cells: First cells on Earth Example: Bacteria(E. coli, Streptococcus) 47
    • 48. Types of prokaryotic cellsOscillatoria Lactobacillus
    • 49. Prokaryotic Cells: Bacteria 49

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