CELLS EXPLORATION. You will navigate through your textbook and this webquest to complete the graphic organizers on cells. HINT: Use the down/up arrows to move from page to page and click on underlined weblinks to take you to the appropriate websites. The Process.
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You will navigate through your textbook and this webquest to complete the graphic organizers on cells.
HINT: Use the down/up arrows to move from page to page and click on underlined weblinks to take you to the appropriate websites.
You will work alone or with a partner (your teacher will assign partners if necessary). All researchers must complete a packet.
Cells are awesome little things! Every living thing is made up of one or more cells. Well, what the heck are they? We know they are small, and there are lots of different kinds. In fact, you need a microscope just to see them. In your body alone, there are trillions of cells! Cells grow and develop, reproduce, use energy, have DNA, and respond to their surroundings. Wow! Pretty impressive! Let's take a look at all the organelles that make up the cell!
Cells have many parts or organelles.
In your packet, complete the graphic organizer on cell organelles using your book & the websites. Start with Virtual Cell& Cells Alive. You can (and should) click on the organelles to get more information on each. Use the dark blue arrows on the left to read all the information on each organelle.
Update your pictures & complete the Venn Diagram in your packet to describe which organelles belong only to plant cells, which organelles belong only to animal cells, and which organelles belong to both. Use 3 D Animation to help you with this information. Make sure you launch the animation to see the 3D cells.