Foundations of Cell Biology

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Respond to the prompts in the tables below in the Cell Biology Worksheet(attached) in your own words

Cell Biology Worksheet Part I: Foundations of Cell Biology Respond to the prompts in the tables below. Each response should be at least 30 words. Cite any references that you use. Foundations of Chemisty in Biology Prompt Your response Describe an example of a chemical reaction that occurs in the body. Plant Cells Prompt Your response Describe the primary structures in plant cells. Explain the role of each structure in plant cells. Explain how plant cells make energy for cellular processes. Animal Cells Prompt Your response Describe the primary structures in animal cells. Explain the role of each structure in animal cells. Explain how animal cells make energy for cellular processes. Bacterial Cells Prompt Describe the primary structures in bacteria cells. Explain the roles of each Your response structure in bacteria cells. Explain how bacteria cells make energy for cellular processes. How are plant cells, animal cells, and bacteria cells different? Part II: Applying The Scientific Method to Everyday Life Recently, Earl attended a picnic at his daughter’s school. The picnic was a potluck, and the food was served outdoors. Contributions included hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans, potato chips, potato salad, coleslaw, apple pie, and vanilla ice cream. Within 24 hours of the picnic, several attendees developed symptoms of food poisoning. Of the 50 people who attended the picnic, only 30 people became ill. Every person at the picnic ate something, but not every person had an opportunity to sample each item. Earl noticed that the potato salad he started to eat was warm. He also noticed that his hamburger was somewhat pink in the middle and not fully cooked. Earl wonders if eating the hamburgers or the potato salad could be responsible for making some attendees ill. Earl has begun to apply the scientific method to this common problem. Answer each of the following prompts in at least 75 words. Prompt What is Earl’s hypothesis? How did Earl create his hypothesis? Describe the steps of the scientific method Earl utilized. How could Earl use the scientific method to create an experiment to determine which food sources made people sick? References Cited in APA Format Your response

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Cell Biology Worksheet
Part I: Foundations of Cell Biology
Respond to the prompts in the tables below. Each response should be at least 30 words. Cite
any references that you use.
Foundations of Chemisty in Biology

Prompt
Describe an example of a
chemical reaction that
occurs in the body.

Your response
One of the many chemical reactions that happen within the body is
Respiration. Respiration is the prosses of glucose reacting with
oxygene to create energy. In the cell's Mitochrongria glucose
oxidation creates ATP, the cell then uses that ATP for its cellular
process.

Plant Cells

Prompt
Describe the primary
structures in plant cells.

Your response
Cell Wall- is the protective layer outside the Plasma membrane,
composed largely of cellulose.
Central Vacuole- Large storage compartment for the cell.
Plastids- Groups of closely bound organelles.
Nucleus- Membrane bound structure which contains the hereditary
material of the cell
Mitochondria- Provides a site for cellular respiration
Cell Membrane- Inside of the cell wall in plants encloses cytoplasm,
and organelles.

Explain the role of each
structure in plant cells.

Cell Wall- Provides structural support and protection. It also expands
to hold the water in the cell without bursting.
Central vacuole- Stores water and proteins. It also maintains turgor
pressure agent the cell wall.
Plastids- They are responsible for photosynthesis
Nucleus- The main control room of the cell. Directs all activates
within the cell.
Mitochondria- Power plants. Convert glucose to ATP.
Cell Membrane- Only allows certain substances to pass through,
blocks others.
The process in which plant cells create their energy is called
photosynthesis. Plants also use cellular respiration. The plant's
chloroplasts absorb the suns energy. The chloroplasts then use the
energy to turn stored water, and carbon dioxide into sugars. The
mitochondri...

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