Last Modified: 2011-05-30
Related Textbooks:Glencoe Science LIFE SCIENCE New York Edition/Student Edition
- State the Problem
- Gather Information
- Form Hypothesis
- Perform Experiment
- Analyze Data
- Draw Conclusions
- Hypothesis Supported/Not Supported
- Report Results
- Avoid Mistakes
- Organisms with similar Phylogeny are grouped together (related)
- Give descriptive information
- Allow information to be organized easily and efficiently
- Both cells have cell membranes.
- They both have DNA and have a nucleus.
- Both types of cells have Golgi bodies, Mitochondria, Endoplasmic Reticulum, and ribosomes.
- A plant cell makes its own energy (chloroplast) while an animal cell doesn't.
- An animal cell has a lysosome, while a plant cell doesn't.
- A plant cell also has a cell wall and a larger vacuole.
- All organisms are made up of one or more cells.
- The cell is the basic unit of organization in organisms.
- A cells come from cells.
- Nucleolus disappears
- Chromatin condense and coil into chromosomes
- Spindle fibers form
- Centrioles move away from each other
- Nuclear membrane fragments
- Spindle fibers attach to the centromeres
- Centromeres split
- Chromosomes separate (now individual chromatids)
- Chromatids are pulled to the ends of the cell
- Cell becomes stretched out
- New nuclear membrane forms
- Chromatids begin to loosen and become chromatin
- Nucleolus reappears
- An enzyme separates (unwinds) the nitrogen bases
- New nitrogen bases pair with the bases on the original DNA
- Each side recoils and two new identical DNA strands are produced
- DNA has thymine (T), RNA has uracil (U).
- RNA has the sugar ribose, DNA has the sugar deoxyribose.
- RNA looks like half of DNA.
- Food Source
- Produce natural antibiotics
- Help digest food
- Prevent some diseases
- Regulating bodily functions
- Carry oxygen to cells
- Send nerve impulses
- Take part in chemical reactions
- Build cells
- Using antiseptics
- Washing hands/body frequently
- Maintain good personal hygiene
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