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cells, criteria of living things, organelles, photosynthesis, cellular respiration
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Where does photosynthesis occur in the plant?
leaves and stems
Where does photosynthesis occur in the cell?
A green pigment found in the chloroplasts, manufactures food for the plant, absorbs light energy
Process that gives body energy
Physical act that expels carbon dioxide and inhales oxygen
reactants of photosynthesis
carbon dioxide, water
products of photosynthesis
glucose and oxygen in chloroplast
reactants of cellular respiration
glucose and oxygen in mitochondria
products of cellular respiration
carbon dioxide, water, and energy (ATP)
Cellular respiration occurs in:
Where do plants get their energy?
Where do animals get their energy?
From the food they eat
How is energy transferred from sun to us?
Light energy, stored energy, chemical energy
1. Made of Cells
4. Obtain and use energy
5. Respond to their environment
Criteria for living things
1. All living things are made up of one or more cells.
2. Cells are the basic/smallest unit of life.
3. New cells are produced from existing cells.
Organelle in the cell that contains most genetic material
Tiny structure inside cells that carry out specific functions for the whole cell
Mitochondria, Vacuole, and Cell Membrane are found in:
Both animal and plant cells
Chloroplasts and Cell Walls are found in:
Plant Cells Only
Photosynthesis uses sunlight to make sugar for plant
"Powerhouse" of cell. Produces energy from sugar through chemical reactions (Cellular Respiration)
Is this a living thing or not?
A tiny cell structure that carries out a specific function within the cell
Picture of Nucleus
Directs cell activities and holds DNA
Supports and protects cell's organelles. Contains some nutrients for cell
Genetic material - DNA (chromosomes) which contain instructions for traits
Transports proteins and breaks down toxins in the cell. Covered in ribosomes which make the proteins that are transported.
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Digests excess or worn out organelles, food particles, and engulfed viruses or bacteria. "Disposal" of the cell
Transports proteins and breaks down toxins in the cell. Does not contain ribosome
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Processes and packages proteins & lipids. Moves materials within the cell and out of the cell in a small sac called "vesicle"
Golgi Apparatus/Golgi Bodies
Functions in storage, digestion, & waste removal
Determines what goes in/out of cell. Protects and supports cell
"powerhouse" of the cell. Produces energy from sugar through chemical reactions (Cellular Respiration)
Picture of the cell membrane
Picture of mitochondria
The ____________________________ is the smallest unit of life
1st criteria of living things:
made of cells
2nd criteria of living things:
Obtain and use energy
3rd criteria of living things:
4th criteria of living things:
Reproduce others of its kind
5th criteria of living things:
Move or adapt to the environment
1st part of cell theory
All things are made of cells
2nd part of the cell theory
Cells are the smallest unit of life
3rd part of the cell theory
All cells come from other living cells
What is something all cells need according to the Cell Theory?
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