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Cornell Notes
Lecture,
reading/chapter/novel/article
during class, power point,
movies (if need to collect info.)
Name: ___________________________________
Class: _________________ Period: ________
Date: ____________________________
Topic:___________________
_________________________
Essential Question: What organelles are found in Eukaryotic Cells?
Notes:
Questions/Main Ideas:
Nucleus Contains the cell’s DNA
Control center of cell, the cell’s brain
Ribosomes
Makes proteins for growth
Endoplasmic Reticulum
A system of folded membranes that act as an
internal transportation system
Substances move through the ER to different places in the cell
Mitochondria
Lysosome
Contains digestive enzymes that digest food particles
Gets rid of waste material and protects from foreign invaders
Golgi Complex
Summary:
Place where sugar is broken down to produce energy
Powerhouse of the cell, cell uses the energy to do work
Packages materials to be transported out of the cell
or to other parts of the cell