1. Sections of our notes that we recognized as important were
- "World of Cells Theory"
- "Membrane Structure"
2. Bullet points in our notes packet we underlined :
- Scanning Electron Microscope- detailed architecture of the surface of a cell Transmission Electron Microscope- exploring the internal structure of a cell
- Nuclear Envelope: double membrane with pores that surrounds the nucleus
- DNA attached to protein is found in the nucleus in the form of chromatin
- Ribosomes are responsible for assisting in protein synthesis by making enzymes and proteins for the organism
- In the Endomembrane Review we circled Rough ER, Golgi apparatus,Vacuole, Lysosome, and Plasma membrane because they all work together
- Stroma- thick fluid inside the inner membrane (of chloroplasts)
3.Ideas discussed to help us comprehend what we learned better:
- Ribosomes go from the nucleus to the Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum (Rough ER) because it transports the ribosomes to where they need to go.
- In diagrams, proteins will always be purple
- The Golgi Apparatus is like a UPS system because it finishes, stores, and distributes chemical products of the cell.
- Lysosomes are like garbage centers.
- In diagrams, Grana (located in chloroplasts) looks like stacks of pancakes.
- When you hear ATP, think 'energy'.
4. Concepts/ideas we should be sure to review
- shapes and organelles unique to bacteria
- different parts of plant and animal cells
- being able to tell the difference between smooth ER and the golgi apparatus
- pages 33-55 in unit packet
- read chapter 5 pages 80-86
- everyday homework: review notes!
- EC: create your own cell doctor
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