SlideShare a Scribd company logo
1 of 12
The Cell
Cells
All organisms are made of at least one cell.
Cells do not work alone:
Tissues: are groups of cells with similar
structure and functions
Organs: are groups of tissues that work
together for a common purpose
Organ systems: are groups of organs that
work together to help you stay alive
Cells
Cells are made of many different parts:
Organelles: specialized structures inside of
a cell that carry out specific functions.
One way to think about cells’ organization
is to think of them as living factories,
making all the things necessary for them
to live.These factories have the following
specialized areas.
Animal Cell vs. Plant Cell
Organelles
1. Nucleus "command centre"
• directs cellular activities
(movement, growth)
Organelles
2. Mitochondria "powerhouse"
• chemical reactions occur to
convert energy the cell
receives into a form it can
use.
Organelles
3. Cell Membrane "controllable
gateway"
• lets needed material in and
waste materials out.
Organelles
4.Vacuoles "storage rooms"
• where nutrients, water, or
other substances are stored in
the cell.
• plants have one large,
animals have many small.
Organelles
5. Cytoplasm "kitchen"
• contains nutrients required by
the cell for its life processes.
Organelles
6. Cell Wall "frame"
• found only in plant cells that
provides strength and
support to plants.
Organelles
7. Chloroplasts "solar panels"
• found in cells of the green
parts of plants.
• carry out photosynthesis,
converting the sun's energy
into food.
Organelles
You can also think of the organelles as a city!
Nucleus - city hall
Mitochondria - energy
Cell Membrane / Cell Wall - protection
Vacuoles - storage units
Cytoplasm - food or nutrients
Chloroplasts - farmers

More Related Content

What's hot

Cells & Levels of Organization
Cells & Levels of OrganizationCells & Levels of Organization
Cells & Levels of Organization
jeremyschriner
 

What's hot (20)

Animal cell powerpoint
Animal cell powerpointAnimal cell powerpoint
Animal cell powerpoint
 
Cells to body systems (science)
Cells to body systems (science)Cells to body systems (science)
Cells to body systems (science)
 
Basic ap chapter 3 powerpoint 2017
Basic ap chapter 3 powerpoint 2017Basic ap chapter 3 powerpoint 2017
Basic ap chapter 3 powerpoint 2017
 
Digestive & Excretory Systems- Chapter 38
Digestive & Excretory Systems- Chapter 38Digestive & Excretory Systems- Chapter 38
Digestive & Excretory Systems- Chapter 38
 
Circulatory System
Circulatory SystemCirculatory System
Circulatory System
 
Human body systems
Human body systemsHuman body systems
Human body systems
 
Basic ap chapter 2 powerpoint 2017
Basic ap chapter 2 powerpoint 2017Basic ap chapter 2 powerpoint 2017
Basic ap chapter 2 powerpoint 2017
 
Endocrine system and others
Endocrine system and others Endocrine system and others
Endocrine system and others
 
Levels of organization of the human body.
Levels of organization of the human body.Levels of organization of the human body.
Levels of organization of the human body.
 
The urinary system
The urinary systemThe urinary system
The urinary system
 
Ch.4.circulatory system
Ch.4.circulatory systemCh.4.circulatory system
Ch.4.circulatory system
 
Digestive and Excretory Systems
Digestive and Excretory SystemsDigestive and Excretory Systems
Digestive and Excretory Systems
 
Unit 9 transport in animals
Unit 9   transport in animalsUnit 9   transport in animals
Unit 9 transport in animals
 
Cells & Levels of Organization
Cells & Levels of OrganizationCells & Levels of Organization
Cells & Levels of Organization
 
Introduction to human body
Introduction to human bodyIntroduction to human body
Introduction to human body
 
Major organ systems (3)
Major organ systems (3)Major organ systems (3)
Major organ systems (3)
 
Invertebrates
InvertebratesInvertebrates
Invertebrates
 
levels of structural organisation of human body
levels of structural organisation of human bodylevels of structural organisation of human body
levels of structural organisation of human body
 
Organ systems of human body
Organ systems of human bodyOrgan systems of human body
Organ systems of human body
 
Basic ap chapter 24 powerpoint 2017
Basic ap chapter 24 powerpoint  2017Basic ap chapter 24 powerpoint  2017
Basic ap chapter 24 powerpoint 2017
 

Similar to The cell

Cells cells-cells-2008-1224527915954321-8
Cells cells-cells-2008-1224527915954321-8Cells cells-cells-2008-1224527915954321-8
Cells cells-cells-2008-1224527915954321-8
bajuar
 
Organization organisms
Organization organismsOrganization organisms
Organization organisms
jfranck
 
Levels of Organization (cell to organism)
Levels of Organization (cell to organism) Levels of Organization (cell to organism)
Levels of Organization (cell to organism)
Melinda MacDonald
 
Unicellular and pluricellular living things
Unicellular and pluricellular living thingsUnicellular and pluricellular living things
Unicellular and pluricellular living things
cascabelmoon
 
Animal cell pp lesson
Animal cell pp lessonAnimal cell pp lesson
Animal cell pp lesson
shannonbandy
 
level of organization (science biology) .ppt
level of organization (science biology) .pptlevel of organization (science biology) .ppt
level of organization (science biology) .ppt
EMMANUELARNESTO
 
Life Science.Part2.Looking Inside Cells
Life Science.Part2.Looking Inside CellsLife Science.Part2.Looking Inside Cells
Life Science.Part2.Looking Inside Cells
Mrs. Henley
 
Life Science Chapt3
Life Science Chapt3Life Science Chapt3
Life Science Chapt3
deloresgreen
 

Similar to The cell (20)

Cells cells-cells-2008-1224527915954321-8
Cells cells-cells-2008-1224527915954321-8Cells cells-cells-2008-1224527915954321-8
Cells cells-cells-2008-1224527915954321-8
 
Kavya.pptx
Kavya.pptxKavya.pptx
Kavya.pptx
 
Biology Unit 2 Notes: Cells
Biology Unit 2 Notes:  CellsBiology Unit 2 Notes:  Cells
Biology Unit 2 Notes: Cells
 
CELL AS A BASIC UNIT OF LIFE
CELL AS A BASIC UNIT OF LIFECELL AS A BASIC UNIT OF LIFE
CELL AS A BASIC UNIT OF LIFE
 
Cellular organization of plants and animals
Cellular organization of plants and animals Cellular organization of plants and animals
Cellular organization of plants and animals
 
Organization organisms
Organization organismsOrganization organisms
Organization organisms
 
Levels of Organization (cell to organism)
Levels of Organization (cell to organism) Levels of Organization (cell to organism)
Levels of Organization (cell to organism)
 
Ch.1.less.1. what are the structures of plant and animals cells
Ch.1.less.1. what are the structures of plant and animals cellsCh.1.less.1. what are the structures of plant and animals cells
Ch.1.less.1. what are the structures of plant and animals cells
 
Cells
CellsCells
Cells
 
Cell is a_basic_unit_of_life[1]-1
Cell is a_basic_unit_of_life[1]-1Cell is a_basic_unit_of_life[1]-1
Cell is a_basic_unit_of_life[1]-1
 
Unicellular and pluricellular living things
Unicellular and pluricellular living thingsUnicellular and pluricellular living things
Unicellular and pluricellular living things
 
Animal cell pp lesson
Animal cell pp lessonAnimal cell pp lesson
Animal cell pp lesson
 
level of organization (science biology) .ppt
level of organization (science biology) .pptlevel of organization (science biology) .ppt
level of organization (science biology) .ppt
 
Life Science.Part2.Looking Inside Cells
Life Science.Part2.Looking Inside CellsLife Science.Part2.Looking Inside Cells
Life Science.Part2.Looking Inside Cells
 
Part 3 basic functions
Part 3  basic functionsPart 3  basic functions
Part 3 basic functions
 
NOTES Cell Structure and Function.pdf
NOTES Cell Structure and Function.pdfNOTES Cell Structure and Function.pdf
NOTES Cell Structure and Function.pdf
 
Notes Cell Structure and Function.slide share pdf
Notes Cell Structure and Function.slide share pdfNotes Cell Structure and Function.slide share pdf
Notes Cell Structure and Function.slide share pdf
 
G7 ch3.1 levels of organization
G7 ch3.1   levels of organizationG7 ch3.1   levels of organization
G7 ch3.1 levels of organization
 
Biology - Cells
Biology - CellsBiology - Cells
Biology - Cells
 
Life Science Chapt3
Life Science Chapt3Life Science Chapt3
Life Science Chapt3
 

More from RileyAntler

More from RileyAntler (20)

Structural forms
Structural formsStructural forms
Structural forms
 
Unit d structures & forces
Unit d structures & forcesUnit d structures & forces
Unit d structures & forces
 
Electromagnetic spectrum
Electromagnetic spectrumElectromagnetic spectrum
Electromagnetic spectrum
 
Light sources
Light sourcesLight sources
Light sources
 
Unit c light and optics
Unit c light and opticsUnit c light and optics
Unit c light and optics
 
Nervous system
Nervous systemNervous system
Nervous system
 
Circulatory system
Circulatory systemCirculatory system
Circulatory system
 
Cell transport
Cell transportCell transport
Cell transport
 
Biomagnification
BiomagnificationBiomagnification
Biomagnification
 
Transporting chemicals
Transporting chemicalsTransporting chemicals
Transporting chemicals
 
Monitoring the atmosphere
Monitoring the atmosphereMonitoring the atmosphere
Monitoring the atmosphere
 
Monitoring air quality
Monitoring air qualityMonitoring air quality
Monitoring air quality
 
Monitoring water quality
Monitoring water qualityMonitoring water quality
Monitoring water quality
 
Human impacts
Human impactsHuman impacts
Human impacts
 
Transport of substances
Transport of substancesTransport of substances
Transport of substances
 
Acids & bases
Acids & basesAcids & bases
Acids & bases
 
Unit c environmental chemistry
Unit c environmental chemistryUnit c environmental chemistry
Unit c environmental chemistry
 
Organic & inorganic
Organic & inorganicOrganic & inorganic
Organic & inorganic
 
Unit d electrical principals & technologies notes
Unit d electrical principals & technologies notesUnit d electrical principals & technologies notes
Unit d electrical principals & technologies notes
 
Organs & organ systems
Organs & organ systemsOrgans & organ systems
Organs & organ systems
 

Recently uploaded

Chemistry Data Delivery from the US-EPA Center for Computational Toxicology a...
Chemistry Data Delivery from the US-EPA Center for Computational Toxicology a...Chemistry Data Delivery from the US-EPA Center for Computational Toxicology a...
Chemistry Data Delivery from the US-EPA Center for Computational Toxicology a...
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Center for Computational Toxicology and Exposure
 
Isolation of AMF by wet sieving and decantation method pptx
Isolation of AMF by wet sieving and decantation method pptxIsolation of AMF by wet sieving and decantation method pptx
Isolation of AMF by wet sieving and decantation method pptx
GOWTHAMIM22
 

Recently uploaded (20)

Fun for mover student's book- English book for teaching.pdf
Fun for mover student's book- English book for teaching.pdfFun for mover student's book- English book for teaching.pdf
Fun for mover student's book- English book for teaching.pdf
 
NuGOweek 2024 programme final FLYER short.pdf
NuGOweek 2024 programme final FLYER short.pdfNuGOweek 2024 programme final FLYER short.pdf
NuGOweek 2024 programme final FLYER short.pdf
 
GBSN - Microbiology (Unit 6) Human and Microbial interaction
GBSN - Microbiology (Unit 6) Human and Microbial interactionGBSN - Microbiology (Unit 6) Human and Microbial interaction
GBSN - Microbiology (Unit 6) Human and Microbial interaction
 
ANALEPTICS Mrs Namrata Sanjay Mane  Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry...
ANALEPTICS  Mrs Namrata Sanjay  Mane   Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry...ANALEPTICS  Mrs Namrata Sanjay  Mane   Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry...
ANALEPTICS Mrs Namrata Sanjay Mane  Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry...
 
FORENSIC CHEMISTRY ARSON INVESTIGATION.pdf
FORENSIC CHEMISTRY ARSON INVESTIGATION.pdfFORENSIC CHEMISTRY ARSON INVESTIGATION.pdf
FORENSIC CHEMISTRY ARSON INVESTIGATION.pdf
 
Soil and Water Conservation Engineering (SWCE) is a specialized field of stud...
Soil and Water Conservation Engineering (SWCE) is a specialized field of stud...Soil and Water Conservation Engineering (SWCE) is a specialized field of stud...
Soil and Water Conservation Engineering (SWCE) is a specialized field of stud...
 
MODERN PHYSICS_REPORTING_QUANTA_.....pdf
MODERN PHYSICS_REPORTING_QUANTA_.....pdfMODERN PHYSICS_REPORTING_QUANTA_.....pdf
MODERN PHYSICS_REPORTING_QUANTA_.....pdf
 
Molecular and Cellular Mechanism of Action of Hormones such as Growth Hormone...
Molecular and Cellular Mechanism of Action of Hormones such as Growth Hormone...Molecular and Cellular Mechanism of Action of Hormones such as Growth Hormone...
Molecular and Cellular Mechanism of Action of Hormones such as Growth Hormone...
 
Abortion uae unmarried price +27791653574 Contact Us Dubai Abu Dhabi Sharjah ...
Abortion uae unmarried price +27791653574 Contact Us Dubai Abu Dhabi Sharjah ...Abortion uae unmarried price +27791653574 Contact Us Dubai Abu Dhabi Sharjah ...
Abortion uae unmarried price +27791653574 Contact Us Dubai Abu Dhabi Sharjah ...
 
Information science research with large language models: between science and ...
Information science research with large language models: between science and ...Information science research with large language models: between science and ...
Information science research with large language models: between science and ...
 
Chemistry Data Delivery from the US-EPA Center for Computational Toxicology a...
Chemistry Data Delivery from the US-EPA Center for Computational Toxicology a...Chemistry Data Delivery from the US-EPA Center for Computational Toxicology a...
Chemistry Data Delivery from the US-EPA Center for Computational Toxicology a...
 
Mining Activity and Investment Opportunity in Myanmar.pptx
Mining Activity and Investment Opportunity in Myanmar.pptxMining Activity and Investment Opportunity in Myanmar.pptx
Mining Activity and Investment Opportunity in Myanmar.pptx
 
Isolation of AMF by wet sieving and decantation method pptx
Isolation of AMF by wet sieving and decantation method pptxIsolation of AMF by wet sieving and decantation method pptx
Isolation of AMF by wet sieving and decantation method pptx
 
GBSN - Microbiology (Unit 7) Microbiology in Everyday Life
GBSN - Microbiology (Unit 7) Microbiology in Everyday LifeGBSN - Microbiology (Unit 7) Microbiology in Everyday Life
GBSN - Microbiology (Unit 7) Microbiology in Everyday Life
 
THE GENERAL PROPERTIES OF PROTEOBACTERIA AND ITS TYPES
THE GENERAL PROPERTIES OF PROTEOBACTERIA AND ITS TYPESTHE GENERAL PROPERTIES OF PROTEOBACTERIA AND ITS TYPES
THE GENERAL PROPERTIES OF PROTEOBACTERIA AND ITS TYPES
 
SaffronCrocusGenomicsThessalonikiOnlineMay2024TalkOnline.pptx
SaffronCrocusGenomicsThessalonikiOnlineMay2024TalkOnline.pptxSaffronCrocusGenomicsThessalonikiOnlineMay2024TalkOnline.pptx
SaffronCrocusGenomicsThessalonikiOnlineMay2024TalkOnline.pptx
 
Manganese‐RichSandstonesasanIndicatorofAncientOxic LakeWaterConditionsinGale...
Manganese‐RichSandstonesasanIndicatorofAncientOxic  LakeWaterConditionsinGale...Manganese‐RichSandstonesasanIndicatorofAncientOxic  LakeWaterConditionsinGale...
Manganese‐RichSandstonesasanIndicatorofAncientOxic LakeWaterConditionsinGale...
 
In-pond Race way systems for Aquaculture (IPRS).pptx
In-pond Race way systems for Aquaculture (IPRS).pptxIn-pond Race way systems for Aquaculture (IPRS).pptx
In-pond Race way systems for Aquaculture (IPRS).pptx
 
Lubrication System in forced feed system
Lubrication System in forced feed systemLubrication System in forced feed system
Lubrication System in forced feed system
 
RACEMIzATION AND ISOMERISATION completed.pptx
RACEMIzATION AND ISOMERISATION completed.pptxRACEMIzATION AND ISOMERISATION completed.pptx
RACEMIzATION AND ISOMERISATION completed.pptx
 

The cell

  • 2. Cells All organisms are made of at least one cell. Cells do not work alone: Tissues: are groups of cells with similar structure and functions Organs: are groups of tissues that work together for a common purpose Organ systems: are groups of organs that work together to help you stay alive
  • 3. Cells Cells are made of many different parts: Organelles: specialized structures inside of a cell that carry out specific functions. One way to think about cells’ organization is to think of them as living factories, making all the things necessary for them to live.These factories have the following specialized areas.
  • 4. Animal Cell vs. Plant Cell
  • 5. Organelles 1. Nucleus "command centre" • directs cellular activities (movement, growth)
  • 6. Organelles 2. Mitochondria "powerhouse" • chemical reactions occur to convert energy the cell receives into a form it can use.
  • 7. Organelles 3. Cell Membrane "controllable gateway" • lets needed material in and waste materials out.
  • 8. Organelles 4.Vacuoles "storage rooms" • where nutrients, water, or other substances are stored in the cell. • plants have one large, animals have many small.
  • 9. Organelles 5. Cytoplasm "kitchen" • contains nutrients required by the cell for its life processes.
  • 10. Organelles 6. Cell Wall "frame" • found only in plant cells that provides strength and support to plants.
  • 11. Organelles 7. Chloroplasts "solar panels" • found in cells of the green parts of plants. • carry out photosynthesis, converting the sun's energy into food.
  • 12. Organelles You can also think of the organelles as a city! Nucleus - city hall Mitochondria - energy Cell Membrane / Cell Wall - protection Vacuoles - storage units Cytoplasm - food or nutrients Chloroplasts - farmers