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Organelles of the Cell (updated)

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Organelles of the Cell (updated)

This video is taught at the high school level. I use this PowerPoint in my biology classes at Beverly Hills High School.

Topics:
- 3 Main sections
- Cytoplasm
- Cell membrane
- Nucleus
- Nucleolus
- Ribosomes
- Rough ER
- Smooth ER
- Golgi body
- Vesicles
- Mitochondria
- Endosymbiosis
- Lysosomes
- Cilia
- Flagella
- Chloroplasts
- Vacuole
- Cell wall

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Biology: Cell Structure I Nucleus Medical Media

This animation by Nucleus shows you the function of plant and animal cells for middle school and high school biology, including organelles like the nucleus, nucleolus, DNA (chromosomes), ribosomes, mitochondria, etc. Also included are ATP molecules, cytoskeleton, cytoplasm, microtubules, proteins, chloroplasts, chlorophyll, cell walls, cell membrane, cilia, flagellae, etc.

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Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells (Updated)

This Amoeba Sisters video starts with providing examples of prokaryotes and eukaryotes before comparing and contrasting prokaryotic cells with eukaryotic cells! Free handout at More detail about cell structure and organelles can be found in our cells video:

Contents:
1:27 Modern Cell Theory
1:37 3 Domains (with examples of Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes)
2:23 Similarities of Prokaryotic Cells and Eukaryotic Cells
3:18 Differences of Prokaryotic Cells and Eukaryotic Cells

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Introduction to Cells: The Grand Cell Tour

Compares and contrasts prokaryote cells and eukaryote cells before exploring organelle structures and functions! Video includes the modern cell theory and plant vs. animal cell comparisons. See table of contents by expanding video details. 👇
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Contents of Major Points in Video:
Cell Theory: 1:10
Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes 1:55
Tour Inside Cell Explaining Organelles and Structures 3:11
Plant Cells vs. Animal Cells 7:11
Pathway of Protein Out of Cell 8:15
*As mentioned in video, the structures and organelles mentioned in the video have more functions than able to fit in this short video. We highly encourage you to explore these to discover more! Cell organelles and structures discussed include the cytoplasm, golgi, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, cell membrane, cell wall, vacuoles, mitochondria, and chloroplasts.

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Eukaryopolis - The City of Animal Cells: Crash Course Biology #4

Hank tells us about the city of Eukaryopolis - the animal cell that is responsible for all the cool things that happen in our bodies.

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Table of Contents time codes
1) Robert Hooke 1:59
2) Cilia/Flagella 2:52
3) Cell Membrane 3:32
4) Cytoplasm/Cytoskeleton/Centrosomes 3:58
5) Endoplasmic Reticulum 4:41
6) Ribosomes 5:45
7) Golgi Apparatus 6:00
8) Lysosomes 6:47
9) Nucleus 7:06
10) Mitochondria 9:14

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Organelles of the Cell updated

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A Tour of the Cell

Paul Andersen takes you on a tour of the cell. He starts by explaining the difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. He also explains why cells are small but not infinitely small. He also explains how the organelles work together in a similar fashion.

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Cell organelles & their functions

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The Cell Song

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play the notes G A B C C C D E E D C D C B C

LYRICS
C .........................G
I went into a cell, to get out of the rain,
........C ........................................G ...........C
and there was the gatekeeper, the cell membrane.
I went into a cell, and what did I see,
the mitochondria, it's the energy factory.
I went into a cell, and said who drives this bus
and found myself talking to the boss, the nucleus.
I went into a cell, to recover from a spasm,
and found myself swimming in some clear cytoplasm.

I went into the nucleus to ask how to get home,
and got genetic info, stored in a chromosome.
I went into a cell, and stretching o' so far,
was a thin and wavy network, it's called the E.R.
I went into a cell, trying not to be perplexed,
by the packaging and sorting in the Golgi complex.
I went into a cell, and said who makes proteins here?
and somebody responded it's the ribosome, my dear.
I went into a cell, and was feeling pretty fine,
till a lysosome engulfed me, and dissolved me in enzymes.
I went into a cell, and was feeling pretty nimble,
till a centriole lassoed me, tying me up in a spindle.

I went into a plant cell to see how trees get so tall,
and all around the outside was a rigid cell wall.
I went into a plant cell, why's it so green I asked?
'Cause I make food from sunlight, said a green chloroplast.
I went into a plant cell to see how plant cells store food,
when a vacuole informed me that he was the storage dude.

So when you go inside a cell, remember what you see,
There's over a trillion cells in both you and me.
Just sing this song if you ever feel confusion,
and remember active transport is the opposite of diffusion.

Organelles of the Cell updated

Basic explanations on cell and it's organelles, how they specifically carry out their functions, how they interrelate within the cellular environment and maintain the overall survival of this cellular environment.
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In this video we look at the Cellular organelles present inside a eukaryotic cell, and we discuss the function of each briefly.

We look at the functions of the plasma cell membrane, cell nucleus, mitochondria, rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus, lysosomes, peroxisomes, and ribosomes

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Cell Organelles

Mrs. K briefly explains the structure and function of cell organelles and structures, including the nucleus, cell membrane, cell wall, ribosomes, vacuoles, mitochondria, chloroplasts, and cytoplasm.

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Cell Organelles- Part 1

This video explains the features of various cell organelles like Endoplasmic Reticulum, Golgi complex, Mitochondria, lysosomes, ribosomes, centrosomes and the different types of plastids.
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Cell Structure and Function - Organelles

Eukaryotic cells contain membrane-bound organelles. Organelles are discrete structural bodies within cells that carry out specific functions. This video looks at the structure and function of six of the main organelles. The organelles covered are the Nucleus, Mitochondrion, Chloroplast, Vacuole, Golgi Body and Endoplasmic Reticulum. For more Biology videos check out

Cells Cells - Parts of the Cell Rap

This rap was created for a 6th-grade science classroom to teach about the different parts of a cell. With its catchy rhythm and rhymes, students of all learning styles and abilities will be able to learn about cells and their functions while having fun!

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Cells, Cells
Original Rap by Ms. Quitmeyer- Legal name now changed to: Emily Crapnell

Today's the day were gonna learn about the cell
If I teach it okay, you'll know it very well
So listen up 6th graders-
-no room left for haters-
lets talk about the building blocks of life- cells that make us.

Chorus:
Cells, cells they're made of organelles
Try to pull a fast one, the cytoplasm gels
The nucleus takes over controllin' everything
The party don't stop 'till the membrane blocks the scene
Inside the vacuole we can float around for hours
Running round with chloroplasts, lovin' sunlight showers
Cells, cells, they're made of organelles

First things first, there's two different types-
animal and plant cells that make up all life.
The little things that make up microscopic cells,
The main structures- yeah, we call them organelles.
Now let's break it down and get some information-
How do cells work? It's a crazy combination!

-Chorus-

The cell membrane is the border patrol,
Who can cross over? The membrane lets 'em know
The gooey stuff inside, is called the cytoplasm
It holds the organelles- don't worry, plasm-has 'em!
In the middle of the cell you'll find the big brain,
The nucleus surrounded by nuclear membrane
Don't forget the vacuole filled up with water
It's a basic need for life when this rap keeps getting hotter!

-Chorus-

The mitchondria's something every cell needs,
Breaking down the food and releasin' energy.
There's a place inside the cell where chemicals are stored, the squiggly golgi bodies, releasin' even more.
Yo hangin' in the cell is endoplasmic reticulum, synthesizin' enzymes for respiration, and um...
If you still think that this rap is whack, remember ribosomes making proteins gettin' jacked!

-Chorus-

Lookin at the plant cell, weird and green
two more parts is all it takes you see?
Cell wall knows what's up when it comes to keepin' structure
Strong with cellulose, this cell can't get much tougher.
C-H- L-O- R-O -- Plast,
These little green machines are havin' a blast
Photosythenisizing- filled with chlorophyll
-they hit the cell club, runnin' up a high bill-

-Chorus-

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Lyrics:
Here’s what each cell contains
Outer layer is the cell membrane
It controls what goes in and out

The cell gets energy from
The source of mitochondria
Also known as the powerhouse

And the ribosomes help the cell with protein synthesis
endoplasmic reticulum will carry substances
Breaking down materials, lysosomes

The nucleus controls the cell kind of like a brain
Contains the DNA, when cells divide to replicate
Outside’s a nuclear membrane full of pores

nucleolus makes ribosomal subunits from proteins
Secreting hormones are the Golgi bodies
Each unit of the cell is an organelle

The membrane keeps substances out
Inside cell filled with cytoplasm
Lysosomes help break things down
Energy from mitochondria
Protein factories, ribosomes
Endoplasmic reticulum
Transports substances like proteins
Nucleus controls things

Cell membrane, mitochondria, lysosomes and the ribosomes
Cytoplasm, nucleus, E.R. and Golgi body, and the nucleolus

If you look at a plant cell
They have a few different organelles
Chloroplasts, vacuoles and a cell wall

Chloroplasts take the sun in
Convert to food through photosynthesis
Large vacuoles store food, water, and waste

the cell wall is the outer
Rigid, cellulose as the protector
provides structure to the cell

Cell membrane, mitochondria, lysosomes and the ribosomes
Cytoplasm, nucleus, E.R. and Golgi body, and the nucleolus

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Organelles in eukaryotic cells | Cells | High school biology | Khan Academy

Overview of the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi bodies, vacuoles, mitochondria, chloroplasts and lysosomes.

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Cellular Organelles

043 - Cellular Organelles

Paul Andersen describes the structure and function of the major organelles in a eukaryotic cell. The endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, and golgi complex produce and store proteins in the cell. Lysosomes dissolve broken and invasive material. Vacuole store material in plant cells. Mitochondria produce ATP through cellular respiration and chloroplasts use the energy of the sun to produce sugars.

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File:10 Small Subunit.gif. Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Accessed December 18, 2013.
File:Animal Mitochondrion Diagram En (edit).svg. Simple English Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Accessed December 18, 2013.
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File:Camillo Golgi Nobel.jpg. Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Accessed December 18, 2013.
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File:Plagiomnium Affine Laminazellen.jpeg. Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Accessed December 18, 2013.
Mayfield1,2*, Andrea L. Manuell1, 2, Joel Quispe1,3, Stephen P. Chloroplast Ribosome + Predicted Location of Chloroplast-Unique Structures and Their Proximity to Functionally Important Regions of the Small Ribosomal Subunit, August 2007. Plos Biology - . doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0050209.
Smartse, Chloroplast-new jpg: User:Ollinderivative work: A Vectorised Version of File:Chloroplast-New.jpg. A Diagram Showing the Simple Structure of a Chloroplast, 13:52 (UTC). Chloroplast-new.jpg.
The Inner Life of the Cell, 2011.

Cell Transport

Explore the types of passive and active cell transport with the Amoeba Sisters! This video has a handout here: Expand video details for table of contents 👇

Table of Contents:
Importance of Cell Membrane for Homeostasis 0:41
Cell Membrane Structure 1:07
Simple Diffusion 1:45
What does it mean to go with the concentration gradient? 2:20
Facilitated Diffusion 2:38
Active Transport 4:53 (including endocytosis 5:36 exocytosis 6:36)

Transport types covered include simple diffusion, facilitated diffusion, endocytosis, and exocytosis. ATP discussed at 4:35.

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We cover the basics in biology concepts at the secondary level. If you are looking to discover more about biology and go into depth beyond these basics, our recommended reference is the FREE, peer reviewed, open source OpenStax biology textbook:

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Parts of a cell

Parts of a cell: nucleus, ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi bodies, mitochondria, chloroplasts, vacuoles, and vesicles

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