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i Know This !
Biology A
Chapter 7: Cell Structures
7.1: Introduction to Cells AND REVIEW OF PREVIOUS INFORMATION
I know the structure of ATP well enough to recognize it
I know how to make a microscope slide
I know how to focus a slide under a microscope
I know how to document in a lab sketch what I saw under the microscope
I know how both surface area and volume are related to cells
I know (mathematically) what volume means and how to calculate it
I know (mathematically) what surface area means and how to calculate it
I know what cell specialization means
I know how to use analogies to related the structures and functions of living things like
cells to common non-living things (enzyme -substrate = lock and key, cell membrane
works like a wall, nucleus is like a brain, etc)
I know how cells were discovered
I know the Cell Theory
I can related cell shape and size to cell function
I know what a prokaryotic cell is and can give examples of prokaryotic organisms
(prokaryotes).
I know what an eukaryotic cell is and can give examples of eukaryotic organisms
(eukaryotes).
7.2 Inside the Eukaryotic Cell
I know, for each of the following organelles; how to locate and label them, explain their
function within a cell, an analogy that explains their function, and which other organelles
interact with them
(pg 158-159 and table of organelles worksheet)
cell membrane
cell wall
cytoplasm
cytoskeleton
free ribosomes
attached ribosomes
smooth ER
rough ER
mitochondria
chloroplasts
plastids
vacuoles
Golgi apparatus
vesicle
lysosome
nucleus
nucleolus
nuclear membrane
chromatin
7.3: From Cell to Organism
I know levels of organization associated with cells (cell, tissue, organ, systems)