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Complete the following using the resources provided:

1.  All three sections of the Microworlds Worksheet(What is a cell?-Levels of Organization- Cell Organelles).   Read Microsoft Word Document at bottom of this page FIRST...then use websites to find more information.  It's there...you just have to search for it!

2.  Cell Organelle Worksheet using the knowledge you have gained and any additional research.

3.  Compare your assigned organelle to a part of the school and prepare a 3-4 slide PowerPoint presentation describing the cell organelle, its function, and how it compares to a part of our school.

4.  Turn in your completed Worksheet and Cell Organelle Worksheet on presentation day.

Resources:

What is a Cell?

Levels of Organization

Cell Organelles

Cell Organelles-Cytoplasm

Cell Organelles-Vacuole

Cell Organelles-Cell Wall

Cell Organelles-Chlorplasts

Alive Interactive Cell

The Virtual Cell - The Virtual Cell is an online Cell Biology textbook. It provides students with an interactive journey through the cell.

The Cell and Its Organelles - Play the Incredible Megacell Game.

Animal Cell Interactive - Explore an animal cell.

Cell Structure and Functions - Learn more about the organelles in plant and animal cells.

Animal Cells - The schematic represents an idealized animal cell, e.g., a liver cell. The columns to the left and right of the labels contain links to discussions of the particular structures.

Cells and Organelles - An overview of plant and animal cells.

Drag and Drop Cell Organelles - Test your knowledge of the cell by matching each structure with it's function by dragging the organelles to their proper spaces.

 

Plant and Animal Cells                        Plant Cell Structure

Organelles                                        Animal Cell Structure

Cell Structure and Function                Bacteria vs.. Viruses

Basics of Bacteria/Plants/Animals      Prokaryote vs.. Eukaryote

Plant and Animal cells and more        Get the basics on organelles

Organelle Information                        Info and Pictures/Images

Pictures/Images                                 Organelle Information

Cell Information                                 Cell Web Sites

Cell Anatomy                                     The Cell by Chapter

Biology Cell Lab                                Plant and Animal Cell Organelles

Molecular Expressions: Animal Cell
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/cells/animalcell.html
This site has great pictures and lots of information about the cell organelle's structure and function. These images were used in class.

Molecular Expressions: Plant Cell
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/cells/plantcell.html
This site has great pictures and lots of information about the cell organelle's structure and function. These images were used in class.

Inside a Cell
http://gslc.genetics.utah.edu/units/basics/cell/
This site has descriptions of some cell organelles.

Organelles of Eukaryotic Cells
http://www.windows.ucar.edu/tour/link=/earth/Life/cell_organelles.html
This site has easy to understand cell definitions for some organelles.

Cell Tutorial
http://www.biology.arizona.edu/cell_bio/tutorials/pev/page3.html
This site has some cool images and description of organelles.

Animal Cell Model
http://www.cellsalive.com/cells/animcell.htm
Take a virtual tour of an animal cell.

Plant Cell Model
http://www.cellsalive.com/cells/plntcell.htm
Take a virtual tour of a plant cell.

Ask a Biologist
http://askabiologist.asu.edu/research/buildingblocks/cellparts.html
More descriptions of cell structure and function. This site has good graphics.

 
     
     
 
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