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Keita handout

  1. 1. Cells     By Keita Name:____________________ Date:_________________ My Central Idea: Cells have many parts with structures that interact with processes to sustain life in organisms. Unit Central Idea: Systems have structures and processes that interact to sustain life. ­There are two types of cells­ prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Here is a picture of a general eukaryotic animal cell and a neuron.
  2. 2. Quiz   For Cells This is an open note quiz. ­ What are the two general types of cells? _____________________________________________________________________ ­ List three parts of a neuron that the general animal cell doesn’t have. _____________________________________________________________________ ­ What are the bridges in DNA made of? How do they combine? _______________________________             ________________________________ _______________________________             ________________________________ ­ What are the bridges in RNA made of?   How do they combine? _________________________________            _______________________________ _________________________________            _______________________________ ­ What is one process connected to DNA and RNA and what happens during it? _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ ­ How do the Nodes of Ranvier help the action potential (the signal)? _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ ­ What is the function of the axon? ____________________________________________________________________ ­ Which has more mitochondria, a muscle cell or a neuron? ____________________________________________________________________
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