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Cells
How Does Their Function Affect
Their Form?
Eukaryotes Cells
Animal Cells
Generic Animal Cell
How does one type
of cell produce so
many different parts
of the body?
It doesn’t. This only
represents what
many animal cells
have, but not all.
And not all animal
cells have this
shape.
Blood Cells
Red Blood Cells
Blood Cells
White Blood Cells- Neutrophils
deal with defense against bacterial or fungal infection
and other very small inflammatory processes and are
usually first responders to microbial infection; their
activity and death in large numbers forms pus.
Blood Cells
White Blood Cells- Basophils
are chiefly responsible for allergic and antigen response
by releasing the chemical histamine causing
inflammation.
Muscle Cells
Skeletal Cellsmuscle cells that connect to bone
Muscle Cells
Skeletal Cellsmuscle cells that connect to bone
Muscle Cells
Heart Cells
Muscle Cells
Smooth Cell
Nerve Cells
Brain Neurons
Nerve Cells
Sensory Neurons
Nerve Cells
Spinal Neurons
Bone Cells
Osteocytescells that maintain the surrounding bone tissue
Bone Cells
Osteoclastscells that break down bone
Bone Cells
Osteoblastscells that form new bone
Reproductive Cells
Egg
Reproductive Cells
Sperm
Eukaryotes Cells
Plant Cells
Generic Plant Cell
How does one type
of cell produce so
many different parts
of plants?
It doesn’t. This only
represents what
many plant cells
have, but not all.
And not all plant
cells have this
shape.
Guard Cells- Stoma
Where the plant breaths
Leaf
Elodea
Xylem and Phloem
Transports water and Transports Glucose (sugar)
Flower Petal Cells
Cell Model Project
• In a group of four, you will each build a 4-6 inch
model of a cell. Your group will also create a
corresponding tissue background that you will
attach your four cells to show how cells make
up tissue.
• After completing the cell and tissue, you will
present what you learned about cells, tissue
and models to the class.
• Let the Mission….BEGIN!!!