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by: Sheila Welch

RsrchSkillsforCareerOpport BTEC10

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Sheila Welch

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This 12 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sheila Welch on Monday October 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BTEC10 at City College of San Francisco taught by CarinZimmerman in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 33 views. For similar materials see /class/219526/btec10-city-college-of-san-francisco in Biotechnology at City College of San Francisco.

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Date Created: 10/05/15
BTEC 10 How does this connect to Biotech English and Math Biotech Math Cell measurements and calculations Biotech English Cellular terminology Value added element 0 We are continuing to work on one of the skills that you can add to your resume Compound Light Microscopy Learning Objectives for today s lecture lab Identify the differences between prokaryote and eukaryotic cells Demonstrate knowledge of the similarities and differences between plant and animal cells Memorize the organelles in plant and animal cells and the function of each of the organelles Describe the similarities and differences of different types of plant cells A Common Features to all Cells 0 Plasma cell membrane Cytoplasm Ribosomes Chromosomes mumm m munum m Cn gl Wmm mum and vimMKquot w mums 5m h nulu mm quot5 mink vuuaplaimir mum Enuman m mnm n quotum um m Iuhqvmm n quot4er n my m m39 mm mm mm ANIMAL CELL Chinese Hamster 100X Total Magni cation Differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes DNA is circular in prokaryotes and mostly linear in eukaryotes DNA is contained in the nucleus of eukaryotes and in the cytoplasm of prokaryotes Eukaryotes have membrane bound organelles While prokaryotes do not 0 Ribosomes are smaller in prokaryotes than in eukaryotes Similarities between prokaryotes and eukaryotes 0 Both have a cell membrane 0 Both have ribosomes 0 Both have cytoplasm Plant Cell Cell wall Golgi apparatus Chloropl t Central vacuole 7 reticulum Smooth Endoplasmic reticulum PLANT CELLE10dea pm Norm ml r ANIMAL CELL Nucleus stained with Propidium Iodide 400X Total Magni cation bna ml it Rxhummus ul me laugh endn L smic reticulum 1 Sims nrpro 39 quotmay smugh l 1 dry pmdumi appeaunce 5 interior of he clulop asmil reliculum mmpnnmcn is callsd the men Smuulh endoplasmic reliculum is a silu or 39 annlchemica mmh zu nnnfpmh Q a Mcmbmncs o m llw mm n mu me m vmmlumlmm v g onwndonhmm m otlmcolgulu han nmwcuumn quotWm n mm mm mm M Mquot m m mum wurrlm m vls m nva mumw quot197quot 39denW 7Iumm w 7 o The n39nu o 0 5mquot mnlsrules o Undi esled maxenn s was Y may 39enemled are vereased W m isgenemed by a ma 39 ushnn39 new m Cow mm rmdum m mgmmn l hnxummu mnc Duhr CrMac r A mumban mumbmnu The Inner membrane 75 me prinmry r I havrim belween hc cyml and fg wquot 39 F quot 39 9 mioclwndlinl enzymes The mama he spare enclosed by he inner membrane contains sevnral of the enzymes or ellular vespimlion II also cunning ribosomes nnd DNA 39 A mommaquot tampused ul39 miuulu mlmm mmmmm WW he to ma 5 mqu m o qu urnAm mnvmnbnh Rllmmmb munquot Imam on App m my ma runAm sum 39 ZakSam L m mu mu in pnnsllu Mm 39 c Tlummunnw m m x VI cmm Vhez u l n ibmvxmml um k H mumgym nlmnmn39nsm L39 W chum 15x halves We may um an a mu m Agmm Dr mu IV In pmdum mm Thyhku mnmm mm mm 51mm whcm lencrgyishnnwrerl lh lakmd nd tnnvcnurl Inlo ATP mnum sucth thymmdv Inner memme Omer 39 7 membrane ATP canvens C01 m lnlur Se in ma skumn The cytoplasm m adinranrcells l5 wmmuous quottrough plzamodusmalz Difference between plant and animal cells 0 Plants have cell walls and animal cells do not 0 Plant cells can have chloroplasts and animal cells do not 0 Plant cells can have leukoplasts and central vacuoles While animal cells do not Similarity between most animal and plant cells Both have nuclei and nucleoli Both have mitochondria Both have ribosomes and endoplasmic reticulum Both have golgi apparatus Both have cytoplasm and a plasma membrane


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