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Transcript
Cells – the Basic Unit of Life
Cell Structures:
Nucleus
Nuclear Envelope
Nucleoli
Chromatin
Plasma Membrane
Cytosol
Mitochondria
Ribosomes
Flagella
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Golgi Apparatus
Secretory vesicles
Lysosomes
Peroxisomes
Cytoskeleton
Microfiliments
Cilia
Cell functions:
Green – Transportation: any movement of materials within or out of the cell;
this includes moving the cell itself
Brown – Packing; Packing and storing of any substance
Yellow – Energy; the making of molecules or breaking down of molecules for
the purpose of energy usage
Blue – Homeostasis: any structure that helps to maintain a cell’s environment or
internal balance
Red – Reproduction; any structure associated with reproducing the cell
Orange – Structure; any structure associated with building for the cell
Activity:
1 – Working as a pair of student, create a large diagram of an animal cell. Include
the structures listed above.
2 – Determine the role each structure plays in the life of a cell. Each structure
will be associated with one or more of the above cell functions.
3 – Label or color the structure in the colors associated with its functions.
EXAMPLE: Plasma membrane – transportation and homeostasis
Label and/or color the plasma membrane in green and blue