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? © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. 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 Figure 4.UN03 a. l. b. c. k. j. i. h. d. g. e. f.