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 Plans:
 Day 1) Notes: 4.1-4.4/ HW Packet, Assign project and talk
about cell cake
 Day 2) Cards
 Day 3) Cards
 Day 4) Review cards
 Day 5) Card Matching Game
 Day 6) Quiz
 Day 7) Cell Cake
 Day 8) test
 1)LIGHT MICROSCOPE
 Common?
 Maximum Magnification?
 Magnification:
 Resolution:
 2) ELECTRON MICROSCOPE (EM)
 How it works?
 Maximum magnification?
 limitiation?
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 3) Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)
 What can you study?
 How does it work?
 4) Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM)
 What is it used for?
 How does it work?
 5) CELL THEORY/ SIZE
 What is the cell theory?
 Why are cells small?
 6) PLASMA MEMBRANE (CELL MEMBRANE)
 What is the cell membrane like? Where are the
proteins?
 How does it control the traffic of molecules across it?
 What things pass over easily?
 What things need help? How are they helped?
 7) PROKARYOTIC CELL
 Types of organisms?
 Common with eukaryotic cells?
 Different?
 What do they have on the outside?
 Attach to other things?
 Move?
 What do they lack?
 8) EUKARYOTIC CELL
 What does it have that is missing in prokaryotes?
 What are the four functions?
 How are they achieved?
 9) Plant and Animal Cell
 What does an animal cell have that is missing in a
plant?
 What does a plant have that is missing in an animal?
 What are the chemical reactions in the cell called?
 What are the little organs called?
 10) NUCLEUS
 Function?
 What is inside?
 How is it kept separate?
 What organelle is inside? Function?
 11) RIBOSOMES
 What do they do?
 What are they made up of? Who makes them?
 Where are they found?
 12) Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
 What does it do?
 What does it have on it?
 Steps:
 13) Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
 3 functions?
 14) Golgi Apparatus
 Function?
 Steps?
 15) Lysosome
 What is it?
 How is it created?
 Steps?
 16)VACUOLES
 Functions in protists
 Functions in plants:
 17)PEROXISOME
 Did it come from the EMS?
 What does it do?
 18)MITOCHONDRIA
 What do they do?
 How?
 Compartments.
 19) CHLOROPLAST
 Process?
 Compartments?
 20)Endosymbiont Theory
 What is it?
 What organelles is it about?
 Why is this thought to be true?
 21)CYTOSKELETON
 Function:
 3 types: Functions?
 22)Cilia and Flagella
 Function in multicellular organisms
 Function in single celled eukaryotes (protists) and
prokaryotes
 Structure
 23)Extracellular Matrix
 Function:
 Components:
 Most Abundant?
 Integrin functions
 24) Animal Cell Junctions:
 Functions:
 3 Types described
 25) Plasmodesmata
 Type of cells
 Function
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