Unit 4: Eukaryotic Cells
Eukaryotes have a much more complex cell structure than prokaryotes.
Eukaryotes have a compartmentalized cell structure.
Interpretations of electron micrographs to identify organelles and deduce the function of specialized cells.
Drawings of the ultrastructure of eukaryotic cells based on electron micrographs (include plasma membrane, cytoplasm, 80s ribosomes, nucleus, mitochondria, cell wall, other organelles).
Structure and function of organelles within exocrine gland cells of the pancreas.
Structure and function of organelles within palisade mesophyll cells of the leaf.
Vesicles move materials within cells.
The origin of eukaryotic cells can be explained by the endosymbiotic theory (evidence is expected, don't need to include origin of cilia and flagella)
Review: Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes
Discovery and Structure of Cells
Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes Video
Overview of Eukaryotes Reading
Mitochondria Transplant Into Heart Article
Cell Structure Notes - FYI (if you need more review)
Quizizz Review: Organelles
Matching Activity - Print Out
Organelle Micrographs Link
Cell Image Library - Electron Micrograph Pictures
Palisade Mesophyll Cell Video
ER, Golgi and Lysosome Reading
Motor Neuron Vesicle Movement Video
Endosymbiosis Theory Video
Where did Eukaryotic Cells Come From Video
Cellular Organelles Article
“Slaves to Evolution” Article
Endosymbiont Theory Article
Final Knowledge Audit