BC: The End By: Laura Howell The Structures and Functions of a Plant Cell | S7L2.b Relate cell structures (cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, chloroplasts, mitochondia) to basic cell functions.
FC: The Structures and Functions of a Plant Cell | By: L A U R A H O W E L L | S 7 L 2 . b
1: The Structures and Functions of a Plant Cell | Plant Cells are rectangular shaped. Plant Cells are arranged in a grid, kind of like bricks. Plants have a cell wall and chloroplasts. They also have a large vacuole. | S7L2.b Relate cell structures (cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, chloroplasts, mitochondia) to basic cell functions.
2: NUCLEUS | The nucleus controls all the cell's activity, its like the brain of the cell.
3: Cell Membrane | The cell membrane acts as a barrier to the uncontrolled flow of water. It also allows small molecules to pass through. It is like a filter.
4: THE CELL WALL | Cell Wall provides and maintains the shape of the cell. It serves as a protective barrier.
5: ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM | Endoplasmic Reticulum transports ribosomes and makes protein. They also store and collect ribosomes.
6: R I B O S O M E S | Ribosomes make protein through a process called protein synthesis.
7: Golgi Body is the part of the cell that packages, tags, and sends nutrients to other parts of the cell. | Golgi Body
8: CYTOPLASM | Cytoplasm is the path for protein to travel and it gives the cell its shape. It holds the organelles in place.
9: Vacuole | Vacuole digests and releases waste products. In plant cells the store and release water and hold water. It is the part of the cell that makes the plant grow.
10: Mitochondrion | Mitochondrion gives energy to the cell and allows it to move.
11: CHLOROPLASTS | The chloroplasts is responsible for the plant's green color and lets the plant photosynthesize.
13: What are the functions and structures of a plant cell? Can you label them? | S 7 L 2 . b