Structures of the Cell - Ms. Mayes Science Webpage

Structures of the Cell - Ms. Mayes Science Webpage

Structures of the Cell Standard SB1a. Explain the role of cell organelles for both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, including the cell membrane, in maintaining homeostasis and cell reproduction.

Proposed in 1838 by Schleiden & Schwann 1.All life forms are made from one or more cells. 2.Cells only arise from pre-existing cells. 3.The cell is the smallest form of life.

NO NUCLEUS Small, simple A prokaryotic cell is enclosed by a plasma membrane and is usually encased in a rigid cell wall The cell wall may be covered by a sticky capsule

Inside the cell are its DNA and other parts Grow & reproduce EX. E. coli (bacterial cells) HAVE A NUCLEUS & MEMBRANE-BOUND

ORGANELLES Grow & reproduce Some live as single cells (mostly multicellular) Examples: Plants, animals, fungi, etc. Cell Parts

Organelles cell structures with specialized functions Plasma Membrane (cell membrane)- organelle that regulates what comes in and out of the cell, provides protection, and support. Structure: phospholipid Bilayer

Cytoplasm Cytoplasm- in between cell membrane and nucleus Holds organelles in place jello with fruit in it

Nucleus (center of the cell) Nucleus- center of the cell, contains nucleic acid (DNA)

Include nucleolus which make ribosomes. Function Directs cell activites. Eukaryotes- (animals, plants) have a nucleus and membrane bound organelles Prokaryotes- (bacteria) have neither Ribosomes

Not bound by a membrane. Found on endoplasmic retituclum and free floating. Function: Make protein. Mitochondria Mitochondria- rod-shaped

Function: powerhouse of the cell Produces energy from sugar through cellular respiration. Chloroplasts Found in plant cells. Contains green chlorophyll

Function: Photosynthesis uses sunlight to make sugar for plant. Golgi Apparatus Made of 5-8 flattened sacs Function processes and packages proteins and

lipids. Move materials within the cell using transport vesicles. Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) Structure: series of tubes and sacs.

-Smooth ER (w/o ribosomes) : makes and transports lipids and carbohydrates -Rough ER (w/ ribosomes): contains, ribosomes to make and transport proteins. Lysosome Type of vesicle

Function - break down materials, digest excess or worn out organelles. None in plants Vacuoles Large in plant cells, small in animal cells.

Store materials (food, water, etc) Cell Wall Cell wall- surrounds cell membrane only in plants Made out of cellulose (starch) Function: Adds extra support

Cytoskeleton Frame work of the cell (in the cytoplasm) Made of microfilaments, a protein matrix Cells Overview http://glencoe.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/

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