At the end of the chapter, students should be able to:
Identify organelles of typical plant and animal cells from diagrams,photomicrographs and as seen under the light microscope using prepared slides andfresh material treated with an appropriate temporary staining technique :a.Chloroplastsb.Cell membranec.Cell walld.Cytoplasme.Cell Vacuole (Large, sap-filled in plant cells, small, temporary in animal cells)
Nucleus2.Identify the following organelles from diagrams and electronmicrographs-mitochondria-ribosome3.State the functions of the organelles identified above.4.Compare the visible differences in the structure of an animal cell and a plant cell5.State in simple terms, the relationships between cell function and cell structure for the following :
Absorption (root hair cell)
Conduction and support (xylem vessel)
Transport of oxygen (red blood cell)6.Differentiate cell, tissue, organ and organ system
Cells: the Building Blocks of Life
Cell is the building block in living things
The cell contains information that is used as instructions for ________________, ___________________ and _________________.
The cell is the ________________ unit of life; the ________________________ of life takes place within the cell.
Parts of a Cell
A cell consists of living matter.
It contains __________________, ________________ and _____________________.