Lessons for Cell Transport

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  • Cells 2: The Cell as a System - … cell. In Cells 1: Make a Model Cell, students compared a plant and animal cell and then made a model of a cell. Cells 2: The Cell … the cytoplasm for use by the cell; or be stored in vesicles until needed for transport.) Assessment Students should be able to clearly state why the factory, and more importantly the cell, can be …
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  • Animal cells vs Plant cells - … , a plant cell is not identical to an animal cell. A plant cell has three additional structures to the animal cell that are crucial … at active and passive transport next week. Assessment: Objective: The student will distinguish between plant and animal cell structures and organelles. (DOK … the function for each cell part and indicate whether each cell part is found in a plant cell, animal cell, or both. Use your …
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  • Glowing Flowers - … cell research. They simulate the use of GFPs by adding fluorescent dye to water and letting a flower or plant to transport … involves the use of stem cells. Does anyone know what a stem cell is? Stem cells are specific cells that have the ability to … different types of muscle and brain cells. The two classes of stem cells are: embryonic stems cells found in a developing human embryo … , such as, "What kind of cells are generated from stem cells?" and "Can these cells replace damaged cells and help cure diseases?" Figure 3 …
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  • 10.12 Plant and Animal Cell Comparison - … different answers for the "transport company" (endoplasmic reticulum or golgi apparatus) and the wall/fence (cell membrane or cell wall) and I tell … of this organelle in plant cells? In animal cells? * What cell organelle is found in both plant and animal cells but in different numbers … this organelle? Materials Needed: - Plant and Animal Cell Comparison Notes - Cell City Comparison WKST - (Cell model project materials from last week's lesson …
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  • Cell Replication - … . Do single-celled organisms have transport systems similar to those of multicellular organisms? 3. Explain to students that single-celled organisms take in … daughter cells that result from cell division following mitosis? 7. Explain that single-celled organisms reproduce via DNA replication and cell division. When single-celled … ? What are the similarities and differences between cell replication in single-celled organisms and cell replication in a multicellular organism? Transcript Download Educational …
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  • To Spend or Not to Spend - … Budgeted Amount Divide the annual budgeted amount by 12. Housing Transportation Savings/Investments Food Health/Personal Care Clothing Education Entertainment Miscellaneous … annual income and record the dollar amount in the first cell of the fourth column (annual budgeted amount). Be sure to … $200 $200 $167 $167 Amount should = $3,333 +/- $5 Housing Transportation Food Savings/Investments Health/Personal Care Clothing Miscellaneous Education Entertainment …
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  • Clowning Around Sea Anemones - … , it must stay with that specific anemone, because the stinging cells of individual sea anemones are different. Studies have showed that … the hermit crab. Identify the relationship. (The crab is a transporter for the sea anemone, and the sea anemone is used … other symbiotic relationships between marine animals. Some animals act as transportation and others act as cleaners. Web Resources A web address …
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  • I am a Pathogen! Adaptive Immunity - … Content Standard C - Life Science THE CELL Cells have particular structures that underlie their functions. Every cell is surrounded by a membrane that … such cell functions as energy production, transport of molecules, waste disposal, synthesis of new molecules, and the storage of genetic material. Cell functions … out of this activity that are critical to cell-mediated immunity. Helper T cells identify antigens present on pathogens and turn on …
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  • Survival:The Human Body in Extreme Environments - … THE STANDARDS National Science Education Standards Life Science:The Cells (9-12) C1d: Cell functions are regulated. Regulation occurs both through changes … is spread throughout the body in all of the cells, between the cells, and in the veins. It is during this activity … of dehydration and its effects are available here. Homeostasis and Transport: http://www.sirinet.net/~jgjohnso/homeostasis.html Water Homeostasis: http …
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  • Education Transfer Plan: Hydrogen-Powered Cars - … Science Now": Hydrogen Fuel Cells Worksheet Chemistry 1. What is a fuel cell? 2. How do fuel cells work? Make a sketch to … for cars. It will require a complex infrastructure to produce, transport, and distribute hydrogen efficiently and to dispense it to individual … - (aq) 8 * How Batteries Work A battery (or dry cell or voltaic cell) uses an irreversible redox reaction to produce a constant …
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