“Cells and Cellular Transport” Unit 3 Objectives:

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Unit 3 Objectives:
“Cells and Cellular Transport”
By the end of this unit, students will be able to:
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Label the parts of a compound microscope and describe their function.
Demonstrate proper use of a compound microscope.
Prepare a wet mount slide.
Summarize the general history of how the cell was discovered.
List the three-part cell theory.
Compare and contrast prokaryote and eukaryote cells.
Identify each eukaryotic organelle and describe its function.
Compare and contrast plant and animal cells based on the structures found
within the cells.
9. Compare and contrast the processes of passive and active transport.
Vocabulary for which you are responsible:
Words You Already Know:
Words To Learn:
1. Cell
2. Prokaryote
3. Eukaryote
4. Nucleus
5. Cytoplasm
6. Cell wall
7. Cell membrane
8. Chloroplast
9. Homeostasis
1. Cell Theory
2. Compound Microscope
3. Nucleolus
4. Vacuole
5. Mitochondria
6. Golgi Apparatus
7. Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA)
8. Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
9. Ribosome
10. Lysosome
11. Centrioles
10. Cellular Respiration
11. Photosynthesis
12. Passive Transport
13. Diffusion
14. Osmosis
15. Facilitated Diffusion
16. Active Transport
17. Solution
18. Solvent
19. Solute
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