CELLS. Groups. 1s- pg 30-31 Compare and contrast multi-cellular and uni-cellular. 2s- pg 32-33 How were cells discovered and explain the cell theory. 3s pg 34-35 Compare and contrast the major differences between plant and animal cells.
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Compare and contrast multi-cellular and uni-cellular.
How were cells discovered and explain the cell theory.
Compare and contrast the major differences between plant and animal cells.
What feature typically makes plant cells boxy looking?
Explain how multi-cellular organisms grow.
Why can a cell only get so large???
What is a cell?
* The smallest unit that can carry out the activities of life!
* The building blocks of all life!
ONLY 1 cell that performs all jobs necessary to sustain the life of the cell
Has 2 or more cells that have specialized jobs
Animal cells are eukaryotes (have a nucleus)
Do NOT have a cell wall or chloroplast
Millions of different types
Can’t make their own food
Have chloroplast and a cell wall
Plant cells are eukaryotes (have nucleus)
Plant cells make there own food through photosynthesis
To stay a live, cells
2. Too big to get rid of waste in time!
3. Big Pop! It’s not comin’ back!
1. Explain the difference between multi-cellular and unicellular (slide 6)