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Period 1, 4, 6 Cell Organelles : small structures in the cytoplasm that does a special job. 9.22.2010. Review:. Cell Membrane Nucleus Nuclear Membrane Cytoplasm. Review:. Cell Membrane: thin structure surrounding the cell Nucleus Nuclear Membrane Cytoplasm. Review:.

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period 1 4 6 cell organelles small structures in the cytoplasm that does a special job

Period 1, 4, 6Cell Organelles:small structures in the cytoplasm that does a special job

9.22.2010

review
Review:

Cell Membrane

Nucleus

Nuclear Membrane

Cytoplasm

review1
Review:

Cell Membrane: thin structure surrounding the cell

Nucleus

Nuclear Membrane

Cytoplasm

review2
Review:

Cell Membrane: thin structure surrounding the cell

Nucleus: control center of the cell

Nuclear Membrane

Cytoplasm

review3
Review:

Cell Membrane: thin structure surrounding the cell

Nucleus: control center of the cell

Nuclear Membrane: Thin structure that surrounds and protects the nucleus

Cytoplasm

review4
Review:

Cell Membrane: thin structure surrounding the cell

Nucleus: control center of the cell

Nuclear Membrane: Thin structure that surrounds and protects the nucleus

Cytoplasm: gel-like substance inside the cell where most of the cell’s activities take place.

next questions
Next Questions:
  • How does a cell get energy?
  • Where does a cell store stuff?
  • How does a cell move stuff throughout?
cornell notes continued
Cornell Notes Continued

Main parts of most cells

  • Cell Parts Date: 9.21.2010
  • Most cells have these main parts
    • Cell Membrane
      • Thin structure that surrounds the cell
    • Cytoplasm
      • Gel-like substance inside the cell where most of the cell’s activities take place.
    • Nucleus
      • The control center for the cell
      • Contains DNA
    • Nuclear Membrane
      • Thin structure that surrounds and protects the nucleus.
  • Cell Organelles 9.22.2010
  • Most cells have these organelles

Summary:

INM

mitochondria
Mitochondria
  • Structures that release energy for a cell
  • Powerhouses of the cell
cornell notes continued1
Cornell Notes Continued
  • Cell Organelles 9.22.2010
  • Most cells have these organelles (small structures in the cytoplasm that does a special job)
    • Mitochondria—Structure that releases energy for a cell.

Summary:

INM

endoplasmic reticulum
Endoplasmic Reticulum
  • Small network of tubes inside a cell that substances move along.
  • The “highway”
cornell notes continued2
Cornell Notes Continued
  • Cell Organelles 9.22.2010
  • Most cells have these organelles (small structures in the cytoplasm that does a special job)
    • Mitochondria—Structure that releases energy for a cell.
    • Endoplasmic Reticulum—small network of tubes inside a cell that substances move along

Summary:

INM

ribosome
Ribosome
  • Small, round structure that makes proteins
  • The “protein factory”
cornell notes continued3
Cornell Notes Continued
  • Cell Organelles 9.22.2010
  • Most cells have these organelles (small structures in the cytoplasm that does a special job)
    • Mitochondria—Structure that releases energy for a cell.
    • Endoplasmic Reticulum—small network of tubes inside a cell that substances move along
    • Ribosome—small round structure that makes proteins (“protein factory”)

Summary:

INM

golgi body
Golgi Body
  • Organelle that packages and sends materials to other places in the cell
  • The “post office”
cornell notes continued4
Cornell Notes Continued
  • Cell Organelles 9.22.2010
  • Most cells have these organelles (small structures in the cytoplasm that does a special job)
    • Mitochondria—Structure that releases energy for a cell.
    • Endoplasmic Reticulum—small network of tubes inside a cell that substances move along
    • Ribosome—small round structure that makes proteins (“protein factory”)
    • Golgi Body—organelle that packages and sends materials to other places in the cell.

Summary:

INM

vacuole
Vacuole
  • Space in the cell that stores substances the cell needs to survive
  • “storage container”
cornell notes continued5
Cornell Notes Continued
  • Cell Organelles 9.22.2010
  • Most cells have these organelles (small structures in the cytoplasm that does a special job)
    • Mitochondria—Structure that releases energy for a cell.
    • Endoplasmic Reticulum—small network of tubes inside a cell that substances move along
    • Ribosome—small round structure that makes proteins (“protein factory”)
    • Golgi Body—organelle that packages and sends materials to other places in the cell.
    • Vacuole—space that stores substances the cell needs to survive

Summary:

INM

lysosome
Lysosome
  • Small, round structure that breaks down nutrients and old cell parts
  • “stomach”
cornell notes continued6
Cornell Notes Continued
  • Cell Organelles 9.22.2010
  • Most cells have these organelles (small structures in the cytoplasm that does a special job)
    • Mitochondria—Structure that releases energy for a cell.
    • Endoplasmic Reticulum—small network of tubes inside a cell that substances move along
    • Ribosome—small round structure that makes proteins (“protein factory”)
    • Golgi Body—organelle that packages and sends materials to other places in the cell.
    • Vacuole—space that stores substances the cell needs to survive
    • Lysosome—Small round structure that breaks down nutrients and cell parts

Summary:

INM

cornell notes continued7
Cornell Notes Continued
  • Cell Organelles 9.22.2010
  • Most cells have these organelles (small structures in the cytoplasm that does a special job)
    • Mitochondria—Structure that releases energy for a cell.
    • Endoplasmic Reticulum—small network of tubes inside a cell that substances move along
    • Ribosome—small round structure that makes proteins (“protein factory”)
    • Golgi Body—organelle that packages and sends materials to other places in the cell.
    • Vacuole—space that stores substances the cell needs to survive
    • Lysosome—Small round structure that breaks down nutrients and cell parts

Organelles

Mitochondria

Endoplasmic Reticulum

Ribosome

Golgi Body

Vacuole

Lysosome

Summary:

INM

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1. What is a good nickname for a ribosome?

  • Carbohydrate Maker
  • Post Office
  • Protein Factory
  • Stomach
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2. What is the part of the cell labeled (2) below?

  • Nucleus
  • Cell membrane
  • Chloroplast
  • Vacuole
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GP

3. What is the part of the cell labeled (3) below?

  • Nucleus
  • Cell membrane
  • Chloroplast
  • Vacuole
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GP

4. What is the part of the cell labeled (4) below?

  • Nucleus
  • Cell membrane
  • Chloroplast
  • Vacuole
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GP

5. Which cell organelle breaks down nutrients and cell parts?

  • Nucleus
  • Lysosome
  • Vacuole
  • Endoplasmic Reticulum
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GP

6. Which organelle is a network of tubes that substances move along?

  • Nucleus
  • Lysosome
  • Vacuole
  • Endoplasmic Reticulum
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GP

7. Which organelle releases energy for the cell?

  • Vacuole
  • Mitochondria
  • Golgi Body
  • Endoplasmic Reticulum
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GP

8. Which organelle packages and sends materials to other places in the cell?

  • Vacuole
  • Mitochondria
  • Golgi Body
  • Endoplasmic Reticulum
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9. Which organelle stores substances the cell needs?

  • Endoplasmic Reticulum
  • Lysosome
  • Nucleus
  • Vacuole
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