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    Cellular Structure and Function 63

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    Cellular Structure and Function Before You Read Use the “What I Know” column to list the things you know about cells. Then list the questions you have about cells in the “What I Want to Find Out” column.

    Imagine that you are small enough to fit inside a cell. Describe what you think you might observe while you are there.

    Science Journal

    K W L What I Know What I Want to Find Out What I Learned

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    Skim Section 1 of the chapter. Write three questions that come to mind from reading the headings and the illustration captions.

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    Use your book or dictionary to define organization.

    Use your book or dictionary to define each term.

    64 Cellular Structure and Function

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    New Vocabulary

    Main Idea Details

    organization

    cell

    cell theory

    plasma membrane

    organelle

    eukaryotic cell

    nucleus

    prokaryotic cell

    Cellular Structure and Function Section 1 Cell Discovery and Theory

    Review Vocabulary

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    Cellular Structure and Function 65

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    History of the Cell Theory

    I found this information on page .

    Microscope Technology

    I found this information on page .

    Identify the three main ideas of the cell theory. Then write a short sentence for each one describing each idea.

    Summarize information about electron microscopes using five or six bullet points.

    Section 1 Cell Discovery and Theory (continued)

    Main Idea Details

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    Basic Cell Types I found this information

    on page .

    Compare and contrast eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells by putting the phrases in the Venn diagram.

    • bacteria • contain organelles • have a nucleus

    • have membrane-bound organelles • multicellular organisms • unicellular organisms • do not have membrane-bound

    organelles

    Section 1 Cell Discovery and Theory (continued)

    Main Idea Details

    Eukaryotic Prokaryotic cells Both cells

    Analyze how more sophisticated microscopes have allowed scientists to advance their knowledge of cells.

    SUMMARIZE

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    Relate the basic cell types by filling in the missing terms

    The cell is larger and more complex than the cell. Eukaryotic cells contain a structure called the which is a distinct central organelle that contains the cell’s material. are specialized structures that carry out specific cell functions. The cell, nucleus, and all of the organelles are surrounded by a . Prokaryotes do not have . Their cell functions occur the cell or on the plasma membrane.

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