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Comparing plant and animal cells
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Comparing plant and animal cells

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  • 1. Name ________________________Date ____________________<br />Cell Organelles Worksheet<br />Complete the following table by writing the name of the cell part or organelle in the right hand column that matches the structure/function in the left hand column. A cell part may be used more than once.<br />Structure/FunctionCell PartClosely stacked, flattened sacs (plants only)The sites of protein synthesis, or productionTransports materials within the cellThe region inside the cell except for the nucleusOrganelle that manages or controls all the cell functions in a eukaryotic cellContains chlorophyll, a green pigment that traps energy from sunlight and gives plants their green colorDigests excess or worn-out cell parts, food particles and invading viruses or bacteriaSmall bumps located on portions of the endoplasmic reticulumProvides temporary storage of food, enzymes and waste productsFirm, protective structure that gives the cell its shape in plants, fungi, most bacteria and some protistsProduces a usable form of energy for the cellPackages proteins for transport out of the cellEverything inside the cell including the nucleusSite where ribosomes are madeThe membrane surrounding the cellName for the collection of DNA in the nucleus of eukaryotic cellsProvides support for the cell like bones provide support for the body<br />Drawing An Animal Cell<br />Directions: In the space provided below, draw an animal cell. Make sure to draw and label all of the parts listed below. Identify each part by coloring it the color indicated in the word box. <br />cell membrane (yellow)nucleolus (blue)lysosome (green)cytoplasm (light green)mitochondria (orange)nucleus (red)ribosome (black)vacuole (brown)Golgi apparatus (pencil)centrioles (purple)Smooth and rough endoplasmic reticulum (pink)chromatin (pencil)<br /> <br />Animal Cell            <br /> <br />Drawing A Plant Cell<br /> <br />Directions: In the space provided below, draw a plant cell. Make sure to draw and label all of the parts listed below. Identify each part by coloring it the color indicated in the word box. <br />cell membrane (yellow)cell wall (blue)chloroplast (green)cytoplasm (light green)mitochondria (orange)nucleus (red)ribosome (black)vacuole (brown)Golgi apparatus (pencil)smooth and rough endoplasmic reticulum (pink)chromatin (pencil)<br /> <br />Plant Cell            <br /> <br />Name ________________________Date ____________________  Comparing Plant And Animal CellsDirections: Complete the chart below, and then complete the Venn Diagram. Cell Part or OrganelleIs It Found In A Plant Cell?Is It Found In An Animal Cell?Cell Membrane  Cell Wall  Chloroplast  Chromatin  Cytoplasm  Endoplasmic Reticulum  Golgi apparatus  Lysosome  Mitochondria  Nucleus  Nuclear Membrane  Nucleolus  Ribosome  Vacuole  PLANT CELLANIMAL CELL<br />

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