• Construct a cover page for your Interactive  notes. Include:  The name of the unit (Cells)  Your name and period  A colo...
Cell Discovery (pg 2)
Cell Discovery (pg 2)• Cell = Basic unit of life (building blocks of  life)
Cell Discovery (pg 2)• Cell = Basic unit of life (building blocks of  life)• Robert Hooke: 1665 Observed cork (dead  plant...
Cell Discovery (pg 2)• Cell = Basic unit of life (building blocks of life)• Robert Hooke: 1665 Observed cork (dead  plant ...
Cell Discovery (pg 2)• Cell = Basic unit of life (building blocks of  life)• Robert Hooke: 1665 Observed cork (dead  plant...
Cell Theory1. All organisms are composed of one or   more cells
Cell Theory1. All organisms are composed of one or   more cells2. The cell is the basic unit of organization   in all orga...
Cell Theory1. All organisms are composed of one or   more cells2. The cell is the basic unit of organization   in all orga...
2 Types of Cells• Prokaryotic cells: No nucleus. No  organelles besides ribosomes. Bacteria  and Archaea
2 Types of Cells• Prokaryotic cells: No nucleus. No  organelles besides ribosomes. Bacteria  and Archaea• Eukaryotic cells...
Output (pg 3)• Draw 3 color pictures to help you  remember the 3 parts of the cell theory• Number the pictures 1,2, and 3 ...
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Cell discovery

  1. 1. • Construct a cover page for your Interactive notes. Include: The name of the unit (Cells) Your name and period A color picture of a cell• Staple 7 pages of binder paper to the cover• Number the pages (warm-up page = 1)
  2. 2. Cell Discovery (pg 2)
  3. 3. Cell Discovery (pg 2)• Cell = Basic unit of life (building blocks of life)
  4. 4. Cell Discovery (pg 2)• Cell = Basic unit of life (building blocks of life)• Robert Hooke: 1665 Observed cork (dead plant cells) and called the little boxes he saw “cells”
  5. 5. Cell Discovery (pg 2)• Cell = Basic unit of life (building blocks of life)• Robert Hooke: 1665 Observed cork (dead plant cells) and called the little boxes he saw “cells”• Anton van Leeuwenhoek: 1675 First observed living cells
  6. 6. Cell Discovery (pg 2)• Cell = Basic unit of life (building blocks of life)• Robert Hooke: 1665 Observed cork (dead plant cells) and called the little boxes he saw “cells”• Anton van Leeuwenhoek: 1675 First observed living cells• Schleiden, Schwann, and Virchow (1838- 1855) Developed the Cell Theory
  7. 7. Cell Theory1. All organisms are composed of one or more cells
  8. 8. Cell Theory1. All organisms are composed of one or more cells2. The cell is the basic unit of organization in all organisms
  9. 9. Cell Theory1. All organisms are composed of one or more cells2. The cell is the basic unit of organization in all organisms3. All cells come from other cells
  10. 10. 2 Types of Cells• Prokaryotic cells: No nucleus. No organelles besides ribosomes. Bacteria and Archaea
  11. 11. 2 Types of Cells• Prokaryotic cells: No nucleus. No organelles besides ribosomes. Bacteria and Archaea• Eukaryotic cells: contain nucleus and organelles. Animals, plants, fungi, protists
  12. 12. Output (pg 3)• Draw 3 color pictures to help you remember the 3 parts of the cell theory• Number the pictures 1,2, and 3 so you can tell which picture goes with which part of the theory

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