Cell Organelle chart summary - Central Bucks School District

Cell Organelle chart summary - Central Bucks School District

CELL ORGANELLE CHART SUMMARY MATCHING B. ____________ e. D. ____________ b. E. ____________ h. F. ____________ g. H. ____________ d. I. ____________ c. J. ____________ f. K. ____________ a.

(Small dot like structures floating in the cytoplasm and on the ER) a. Ribosomes b. Endoplasmic Reticulum c. Cell membrane d. Mitochondria (Mitochondrian) e. Nucleus f. Cytoplasm g. Vacuoles h. Golgi Apparatus QUESTIONS

1. What type of cell is the Cell B in the diagram? Explain how you know. 2. Cell B is an animal cell because it lacks a cell wall like in Cell FromA. the diagram above, there is an organelle in Cell A that 3. surrounds the cell that gives it shape and extra support. What is the name of the organelle? Explain. Cell wall because it is shown as an extra wall that surrounds the cell. It is not shown in Cell B because that Ribosomes, the organelles that make proteins, can be found in two is an animal cell.

locations in the cell. Name those two locations. Floating in the cytoplasm and on the Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) QUESTIONS 4. Which organelle gives the cell its green color and is the place where photosynthesis takes place? Chloroplasts. 5. It took several scientists and many years to develop The Cell Theory. Many scientific laws and theories are changed over time if new discoveries and experiments are made to prove previous laws or theories are incorrect. Based on that statement, can new discoveries change an existing scientific theory or law? Explain. Yes, because it took several scientists to develop the Cell Theory and if a new theory can be proven, then it will change the theory or law.

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