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Cell, Cell Organelle!

Table of Contents: Standards:

Page 1: Youtube video SB1. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to
analyze the nature of the
relationships between structures and functions in living
PAge 2: cell organelle labelling cells.
a. Construct an explanation of how cell structures
and organelles (including nucleus, cytoplasm,
Page 3: Word Sort cell membrane, cell wall, chloroplasts, lysosome,
Golgi, endoplasmic reticulum, vacuoles,
Page 4: passive vs. Active Transport ribosomes, and mitochondria) interact as a system
to maintain homeostasis.

PAge 5: Tonicity d. Plan and carry out investigations to determine

the role of cellular transport (e.g., active,
passive, and osmosis) in maintaining homeostasis.
Page 6: Tonicity Matching

Overview: An interactive lesson where students will work

through understanding the cell organelles, cell transport,
and tonicity.
Created by: Larry Layfield
Watch This Youtube Video
Cell Organelle Labelling
Using words from the word bank, drag the correct word on top of the
Word Bank
Cell Membrane




Endoplasmic Reticulum







Cell Wall

Golgi Body / Apparatus

Requires energy to transport molecules across the membrane.

Describes what a plant cell will become when placed in a

hypotonic solution.

Describes a solution composed of more solutes than water.

The diffusion of water across a membrane.

hypertonic solution active transport osmosis turgid

Passive vs. Active Transport
Passive Active

Osmosis Requires Energy Exocytosis Movement: High to Low Movement: low to high

Requires no energy Diffusion Pumps Endocytosis Facilitated diffusion

Fill in the blanks
The ability of an extracellular solution to make water move into or out of a
cell by osmosis is known as its _______________. A solution's tonicity is
related to its _______________ which is the total concentration of all
solutes in the solution. If the extracellular fluid has lower osmolarity than
the fluid inside the cell, it’s said to be _______________—hypo means
less than—to the cell, and the net flow of water will be _______________
the cell.
In the reverse case, if the extracellular fluid has a higher osmolarity than
the cell’s cytoplasm, it’s said to be _______________—hyper means
greater than—to the cell, and water will move _______________ the cell
to the region of higher solute concentration.
In an _______________ solution—iso means the same—the extracellular
fluid has the same osmolarity as the cell, and there will be
_____________________ of water into or out of the cell.
no net movement isotonic out of osmolarity hypertonic
hypotonic tonicity into
Tonicity Matching
Place the cell in the box that describes what's happening.
Flaccid Burst shrink

Turgid Normal Plasmolyzed