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Name: __________________________
Period #: ________ Date: ____________
Pod Name: ____________________
No Excuses
Cellular Component Reference Book
Please complete the following graphic organizers to the best of your ability. These will prove to be
invaluable references for you throughout your study of high school biology and then into college.
 FIRST SQUARE: Put each component’s function in the first square. The function is what the component
does in the cell. Please be very detailed in your answer and use your book and the college-level books to
help you make it even better.
 SECOND SQUARE: In the second square, please put the type of cell that the component is found in.
Although you could talk about prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes, it would be more important to talk about plant
vs. animal cells. Also, if possible, please describe where in the cell this component is found.
 THIRD SQUARE: In the third square, please make a sketch of the component. Although we are not all
gifted artists, please give this a good attempt. You may want to show where it is in the cell, an inside view
of the part, or even a combination of both.
 FOURTH SQUARE: Finally, relate the function of the cellular component to something at I.D.E.A.
Make sure that the connection is clear and well described.
Here is a great example…
Function (in detail)
Type of cell found in &Location within the cell
It is a round structure, surrounded by a membrane
that serves as the control center for all activities
that take place within the cell. If it is removed, the
cell dies. It contains the DNA usually in the form
of chromatin. At some points along the nuclear
envelope the inner and outer membrane are joined
and they form very small pores. Because of these
pores, the nuclear envelope, like the cell
membrane, is selectively permeable.
Metaphor of the School
The nucleus is found in all eukaryotic cells.
So both plant and animal cells have nuclei.
Out of the many organelles in the cell, the
nucleus is the largest and is usually centrally
located.
Nucleus
Because the nucleus is the control center of the cell
and stores the DNA, it would best be represented
by Mr. T at the I.D.E.A. Because he is the head
administrator, he is like the control center. Also,
because he has been here the longest, he also knows
the most about the students and how they operate, just
like the DNA inside the nucleus contains the
information about how the cell operates.
Drawing
Function (in detail)
Metaphor of the School
Function (in detail)
Metaphor of the School
Type of cell found in &Location within the cell
Mitochondria
Drawing
Type of cell found in &Location within the cell
Chloroplast
Drawing
Function (in detail)
Type of cell found in &Location within the cell
Endoplasmic Reticulum
Metaphor of the School
Function (in detail)
Drawing
Type of cell found in &Location within the cell
Golgi Apparatus
Metaphor of the School
Drawing
Function (in detail)
Metaphor of the School
Function (in detail)
Metaphor of the School
Type of cell found in &Location within the cell
Cell Wall
Drawing
Type of cell found in &Location within the cell
Cell Membrane
Drawing
Function (in detail)
Metaphor of the School
Function (in detail)
Metaphor of the School
Type of cell found in &Location within the cell
Vacuole
Drawing
Type of cell found in &Location within the cell
Ribosome
Drawing
Function (in detail)
Metaphor of the School
Function (in detail)
Metaphor of the School
Type of cell found in &Location within the cell
Nucleolus
Drawing
Type of cell found in &Location within the cell
Lysosome
Drawing