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5 th Grade ASA Review: . Content Standard 7: Identify common parts of plant and animal cells, including the nucleus, cytoplasm, and cell membrane. Sample Animal Cell:. Sample Plant Cell:. Both cells have cytoplasm. Both cells have a nucleus. Both cells have a cell membrane.

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5 th grade asa review

5th Grade ASA Review:

Content Standard 7:

Identify common parts of plant and animal cells, including the nucleus, cytoplasm, and cell membrane.

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Both cells have cytoplasm.

Both cells have a nucleus.

Both cells have a cell membrane.

Fact to Remember: A plant cell has a cell wall, but an animal cell does not.

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http://www.celldiagram.net/plant-and-animal-cell-diagram.htmlhttp://www.celldiagram.net/plant-and-animal-cell-diagram.html

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The mitochondrion and the chloroplast are the two organelles responsible for energy transformation (neither organelle truly produces energy).

  • Like our factory\'s power plant, mitochondria and chloroplasts transform one form of energy to another.
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What do you need to know?

  • Which part is only found in a plant cell?
  • Can you label this plant cell diagram from memory?

cell wall

nucleus

vacuole

cytoplasm

cell wall – found in only plant cells

vacuole – found in both plant & animal cells

nucleus – found in both cells

cytoplasm – found in both cells

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What do you need to know?

  • Can you label the cell parts from memory?

cell wall

chloroplast

nucleus

vacuole

Now that the diagram is labeled are you able to figure out which two cell parts exist in plant cells, but not in animal cells?

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The dandelion’s leaf cell is the only one of the four choices that is a plant cell. The other choices are animal cells.

Google Images -

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Is this a plant or animal cell?

This is the nucleus, not the vacuole.

Animal cells do not have a cell wall.

The chloroplast are only located in a plant cell. This section is the cytoplasm.

Ta da!!!!! Correctly labeled!

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What do you need to know in order to answer this question?

cytoplasm

Can you label the animal cell from memory?

vacuole

nucleus

mitochondrion

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1. Cytoplasm is basically the substance that fills the cell.

cytoplasm

vacuole

2. The vacuole contains waste products.

nucleus

mitochondrion

3. The nucleus stores all the chromosomal DNA of an organism, upon which the entire behavior and appearance of the organism depends

4. The mitochondriaprovides energy for the cell.

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So, 5th graders what is the correct answer?

cytoplasm

vacuole

nucleus

mitochondrion

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Can you label the animal cell from memory?

What are the functions of each of the four parts?

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cell membrane

vacuole

nucleus

mitochondria

cell functions
Cell Functions:
  • cell membrane - forms a barrier between the inside of the cell and the outside, so that the chemical environments on the two sides can be different.
  • cell nucleus – regulates all cell activities.

3. mitochondrion – the “power plant” of the cell is among the greatest breakthroughs in the history of cell biology.

  • 4. vacuole - The vacuole maintains fluids, removes wastes, stores ingested food, and provides and maintains cellular structure.
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cell membrane

vacuole

nucleus

mitochondria

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