p1-an-introduction-to-cells

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What is this
made up of?
An Introduction to
CELLS
An Introduction to Cells
Plants
Animals
building blocks
Cells are Building Blocks
CELLS
Humans
CELLS
A cell is the smallest unit of living matter.
Cells contain all the chemicals and
molecules necessary to keep an organism
alive.
What is a cell?
Take these items out from your pencil case.
What functions do they serve?
Are their functions interchangeable?
Activity
CELLS
Similarly, we have different types of
cells in our bodies.
These many different kinds of cells
have different functions.
Cell Types
WHAT IS INSIDE A CELL?
Organelles:
are organised or specialised structures within a
living cell, each with a unique function,
What is inside a cell?
ANIMAL CELL CITY
Ribosome
Factory
Lysosome
Recycling
facility
Creates new proteins required
for the cell
Nucleus
City Hall
Breaks down worn out cell
components and reuses materials
Golgi complex
Post office
Controls the activities of the cell
Mitochondrion
POWER STATION
Packs and transports proteins to
various parts of the cell
Produces energy for use by
the cell from glucose
Cytoplasm
Environment
Cell membrane
City POLICE
Inner space of the cell
Allows particles to move in/out of the cell
Cell City: Animal
Endoplasmic reticulum
Transport
system
Provides a network to move
stuff to the cell membrane
and back
PLANT CELL CITY
Golgi body
Post office
Vacuole
Lysosome
Water plant
Recycling
Stores water for the plant to use
Facility
Breaks downCell
wornWall
out cell
components and reuse materials
City Wall
Packs and transports proteins to various
parts of the cell
Chloroplast
SOLAR POWER PLANT
Structural support for the cell
Site where photosynthesis takes place
Endoplasmic reticulum
Transport
system
Provides a network to move stuff to
the cell membrane and back
Cell membrane
City POLICE
Allows particles to move in/out of cell
Nucleus
City Hall
Controls the activities of the cell
Cytoplasm
Environment
Inner space of the cell
Ribosome
Factory
Creates new proteins required for the
cell
Cell City: Animal
Mitochondrion
POWER STATION
Produces energy for use by
the cell from glucose
Animal vs. Plant Cells
Can You Haiku the Organelles?