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Cell Parts. Shipping/Receiving Department. - Cell membrane. - Controls what enters and leaves cell. 1. 1. Chief Executive Officer or President of Company. - Nucleus. - Contains chromosomes; directs cell activity. 2. 2. Very Important Information (blueprint). - Chromosomes.

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Cell Parts


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Shipping/Receiving Department

- Cell membrane

- Controls what enters and leaves cell


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Chief Executive Officer or President of Company

- Nucleus

- Contains chromosomes; directs cell activity


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Very Important Information (blueprint)

- Chromosomes

- Made of DNA; stores genetic information about traits


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Final Product

- Protein

- Transport oxygen, digest food, hair, eye color


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Proteins are inside, outside, and on all types of cells.


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Proteins are inside, outside, and on all types of cells.


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Factory Floor – Where the action takes place

- Cytoplasm

- All life reactions take place here


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Workers on Assembly Line

- Ribosomes

  • Black dots

  • Millions per cell

- Site of protein production


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5 (dots)


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5 (dots)


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Assembly Line

- Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)

- Folds proteins after proteins have been made


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Finishing/Packaging Department

- Golgi Body

- Packages proteins that will be secreted from cell


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Maintenance Crew

- Lysosomes

- Removes cell waste


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Extra Support for some factories

- Cell Wall

- Gives plant cells support


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Powerplant

- Mitochondria

- “Powerhouse of cell”; converts glucose to usable energy


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Solar Powerplant for some factories

- Chloroplast

- Helps plants convert water and carbon dioxide into sugar during photosynthesis


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Storage Room

- Vacuole

- A container to store food and water. Plants have large vacuoles


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Walls to surround CEO’s Office

- Nuclear membrane

- Surrounds nucleus


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Microscope, Cell Theory, and Cell Parts Review


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  • Which part is the:

  • stage?

  • Eyepiece?

  • Coarse focus?

If the eyepiece is 10x, the objective is 40x, and the thickness of the lens is 0.1 mm, what is the overall magnification?


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Which parts should you hold when carrying the microscope?

  • When you start to observe a slide:

  • With which power should you begin?


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  • ___________________ are made of cells.

    • A. All plants

    • B. All animals

    • C. All living things

    • D. All things (including rocks, plants, animals, EVERYTHING)

  • All cells come from ____________________.

    • A. Nothing

    • B. Previous cells

    • C. A mixture of chemicals

    • D. A store in the mall


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  • Which part of the cell is the “powerhouse”?

  • Chloroplasts

  • Endoplasmic reticulum

  • Mitochondria

  • ribosomes


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  • Cells make proteins. What part of a cell makes proteins?

  • Chloroplasts

  • Endoplasmic reticulum

  • Mitochondria

  • ribosomes


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  • Cells make proteins. What part of a cell folds proteins?

  • Chloroplasts

  • Endoplasmic reticulum

  • Mitochondria

  • ribosomes


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Is this a plant cell or an animal cell? How do you know?


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  • Which part is the:

  • stage?

  • Eyepiece?

  • Coarse focus?

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If the eyepiece is 10x, the objective is 40x, and the thickness of the lens is 0.1 mm, what is the overall magnification?

10x * 40x = 400x


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Which parts should you hold when carrying the microscope?

Arm and base

  • When you start to observe a slide:

  • With which power should you begin?

Low


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  • ___________________ are made of cells.

    • A. All plants

    • B. All animals

    • C. All living things

    • D. All things (including rocks, plants, animals, EVERYTHING)

  • All cells come from ____________________.

    • A. Nothing

    • B. Previous cells

    • C. A mixture of chemicals

    • D. A store in the mall


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  • Which part of the cell is the “powerhouse”?

  • Chloroplasts

  • Endoplasmic reticulum

  • Mitochondria

  • ribosomes


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  • Cells make proteins. What part of a cell makes proteins?

  • Chloroplasts

  • Endoplasmic reticulum

  • Mitochondria

  • ribosomes


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  • Cells make proteins. What part of a cell folds proteins?

  • Chloroplasts

  • Endoplasmic reticulum

  • Mitochondria

  • ribosomes


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Is this a plant cell or an animal cell? How do you know?

  • Large vacuole-cell wall

  • Chloroplasts


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