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Transcript
Cell Parts Labeling Game!
Type of Cell? _____________
B
F
A
E
C
D
Type of Cell?
Animal Cell
Plant cells typically don’t have flagella, but
plant cells do have cell walls, chloroplasts,
and large central vacuoles- all of which are
absent in this cell.
Structure A: Cytoplasm
The cytoplasm is the region between
nucleus and cell membrane containing
cytosol, a gel-like fluid that surrounds all
cell parts and keeps them suspended in
place inside the cell.
Structure B: Flagella
Flagella are threadlike structures that allow
a cell to move by rotating and propelling
the cell forward.
Structure C: Mitochondria
The mitochondria supplies the cell with most
of its energy in the form of ATP (adenosine
triphosphate). This is why it is commonly
called the “powerhouse” of the cell.
Structure D: Ribosome
Ribosomes are the smallest organelles in a
cell, and they are not surrounded by a
membrane. They are responsible for
making proteins, or protein synthesis.
Structure E: Nucleus
Commonly called the “information center” or
“control center” of the cell, this structure
contains the cell’s instructions, or DNA.
Structure F: Cell Membrane
The cell membrane encloses the cell and
separates the cell interior. It also plays a
role in the transport of particles into and
out of the cell, and cell to cell
communication.
Structure G: Cell Wall
The cell wall is a thick layer that surrounds
the cell membrane for extra protection and
structural support. It is typically made of
cellulose.
Structure H: Chloroplast
• Chloroplasts are green colored organelles
that use light energy to make carbon
compounds that can provide the plant with
energy in a process called photosynthesis.
The pigment that makes these organelles
appear green is called chlorophyll.
Structure I: Central Vacuole
This is a large internal compartment of the
cell that stores water, ions, nutrients, and
waste. It also helps the plant cell keep its
shape by filling up much of the empty
space in the cytoplasm.
Type of Cell? _____________
E
D
A
I
H
G
C
F
Type of Cell?
Plant Cell
This cell has a cell wall, chloroplasts, and a large
central vacuole. It is also box-like in shape.
These are all characteristics of a plant cell.
Type of Cell? ____________
B
Nucleoid
D
G
F
Capsule
Pili
A
Type of Cell?
Bacteria
This is also known as a prokaryotic cell. It has no
true nucleus and no membrane-bound
organelles (remember, ribosomes do not have
membranes around them).