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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. NO QUESTIONS. Animal Descriptions. NO QUESTIONS. DEFINITIONS. Miscellaneous. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $500. Q $500.

By Jimmy
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Energy conversion: Fermentation

Energy conversion: Fermentation

Energy conversion: Fermentation. Announcements. No quiz during next week lab. session Write an informal summary about today lab. I will discus this at the end of the lab. -Photosynthesis will be taught in 2 lab. session come prepared (as usual) and for the first week

By issac
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Cells Structures and Their Functions

Cells Structures and Their Functions

Cells Structures and Their Functions. (Pages 38-45). Cells. Are the smallest unit of life that carries out all life functions Contain major structures inside that perform these life functions Vary in size, but contain many of the same structures. Organelles (Structures) of the cell.

By Olivia
(291 views)

Creating Biological Drawings

Creating Biological Drawings

Creating Biological Drawings. Proper Biological Drawings. Name Date. Type of Cell (Total Magnification) e.g. 400 X. Note: Use blank white paper Use pencil Use a ruler No colouring No shading, use stipling No arrows Labels must line up vertically Label lines are parallel

By Rita
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Students Will:

Students Will:

Students Will:. distinguish between prokaryotes and eukaryotes. distinguish between plant and animal cells and diagram them. 2 cell types…. Prokaryotes Eukaryotes. Eukaryotes vs. Prokaryotes. Eukaryotes Nucleus & Organelles Linear chromosomes Unicellular or multicellular

By elina
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Plant and Animal Cells

Plant and Animal Cells

Plant and Animal Cells. Grade 4 Unit 3 Lesson 1. Topics Covered…. cell definition parts of plant and animal cells comparison of plant and animal cells different types of animal cells. What is a cell?.

By diamond
(1119 views)

Today’s Objectives

Today’s Objectives

Today’s Objectives. TSW distinguish between plant and animal cells and diagram them. TSW distinguish between prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Plants Only Cell wall of cellulose Central vacuole Chloroplasts. Animals Only Lysosomes Centrioles. Plants, Fungi & Animal Cells. Fungi Only

By Anita
(266 views)

Cell Jeopardy

Cell Jeopardy

Final Jeopardy. Cell Jeopardy. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 600. 600. 600. 600. 600. 800. 800. 800. 800. 800. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. 2. This is a cell without a nucleus. 3. What is prokaryote. 4.

By sandra_john
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The Eukaryotic Cell

The Eukaryotic Cell

The Eukaryotic Cell. Chapter 3 Section 2 Notes . Eukaryotic Cells. All eukaryotic cells have linear DNA, a nucleus, and membrane-bound organelles All eukaryotic cells have the following organelles in common: Cell membrane Only plant cells and algae have Cytoskeleton 1. cell walls

By laasya
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Cells and Their Organelles

Cells and Their Organelles

Cells and Their Organelles. By: M. K. Curious George. Know-It-All Georgette. Introduction. Plant cells are eukaryotic. They have 13 parts to them, this is not including the parts within the organelles. Now, each slide will have information on one of the 13 organelles.

By lona
(207 views)

Cell Types and Cell Structure

Cell Types and Cell Structure

Cell Types and Cell Structure. Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic. no nucleus no membrane enclosed organelles single chromosome no streaming in the cytoplasm cell division without mitosis simple flagella smaller ribosomes simple cytoskeleton no cellulose in cell walls

By jaden
(190 views)

How Scientists Work and the Development of the Cell Theory

How Scientists Work and the Development of the Cell Theory

How Scientists Work and the Development of the Cell Theory. Biology 112 To follow Chapter 1, Section 2: pages 8-14 To follow Chapter 7, Section 1: pages 169-173. Abiogenesis. The belief that living things could spontaneously come from non-living things. This is also called

By rhea
(159 views)

Chapter 3 Cells : The Basic Units of Life

Chapter 3 Cells : The Basic Units of Life

Chapter 3 Cells : The Basic Units of Life. 5 Levels of Organization of All Living Things. 1. Cells – the basic unit of life 2. Tissues – cells working together ( muscles, nerves, blood) 3. Organs – tissues working together ( heart, kidneys, stomach, skin )

By said
(1188 views)

Hyper/Hypo/Isotonic Solutions

Hyper/Hypo/Isotonic Solutions

Hyper/Hypo/Isotonic Solutions. Isotonic. Isotonic cellular environments occur when the concentration outside of the cell and the concentration in the cytoplasm (inside) of the cell is the same. While water will move in and out, there is no NET movement of molecules. Hypertonic.

By adriel
(202 views)

Intro to Cell Vocabulary

Intro to Cell Vocabulary

Intro to Cell Vocabulary. Fancy Names For Simple Things. Cells. Cells are the basic unit of all living things…if it is alive it has cells. Two “Classes” of Cells.

By colby
(105 views)

KNOW YOUR MICROSCOPE Quick Quiz 5

KNOW YOUR MICROSCOPE Quick Quiz 5

KNOW YOUR MICROSCOPE Quick Quiz 5. Press the button when you’re sure… remember to take your time as you only get one chance!. Q 1. Which part would you adjust to focus the slide?. Part D Part C Part A Part B. Q 2. Which of the following words means “cannot be seen without a microscope”?.

By gage
(204 views)

Photosynthesis and plant cells

Photosynthesis and plant cells

Photosynthesis and plant cells. W. Richards Worthing High School. Photosynthesis. A definition: Photosynthesis is the process a plant uses to make food and grow. Four things are needed for photosynthesis:. SUNLIGHT. Gives the plant energy. CHLOROPHYLL.

By Thomas
(455 views)

Activity 2.2: Molecules Cells Are Made Of

Activity 2.2: Molecules Cells Are Made Of

Activity 2.2: Molecules Cells Are Made Of. Unit Map. You are here. Facts and questions about organisms. Some things we know:. Some unanswered questions. What kinds of molecules are cells made of? How do those molecules move and change when cells do their functions, such as: Growing

By lang
(239 views)

More about Bacteria- pg 45

More about Bacteria- pg 45

More about Bacteria- pg 45. Bacteria cells are very small (much smaller than plant and animal cells). More about Bacteria- pg 45. Responds to: antibiotics Antibiotics are used to block the growth of bacteria and treat bacterial infections. More about Bacteria- pg 45.

By bart
(100 views)

Life and Living Things

Life and Living Things

Life and Living Things. Cells. What are the structures of a cell? . Compare and contrast plant and animal cells. Name the functions Of each structure in the cell. Complete the web with four characteristics of cells. All organisms -living things- are made of cells. Cells do the

By sileas
(320 views)

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