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Animal Cells Plant Cells More Definitions Name this Part Misc. $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 Final Jeopardy

Category 1 $100 Storage system in the cell that holds water, food, and waste. Answer

Storage system in the cell that holds water, food, and waste.

Answer Category 1 $100 Vacuole Back to the Game Board

Vacuole

Category 1 $200 Rod shaped structures that produce most of the energy the cell needs to function. They are also called the power house. Answer

Rod shaped structures that produce most of the energy the cell needs to function. They are also called the power house.

Answer Category 1 $200 Mitochondria Back to the Game Board

Mitochondria

Category 1 $300 Protects the nucleus. Materials pass in and out of the nucleus through tiny pores. Answer

Protects the nucleus. Materials pass in and out of the nucleus through tiny pores.

Answer Category 1 $300 Nuclear membrane Back to the Game Board

Nuclear membrane

Category 1 $400 This part of the animal cell is the cells post office. Where the endoplasmic reticulum sends it materials, they package them up and then sends them to other parts of the cell. Answer

This part of the animal cell is the cells post office. Where the endoplasmic reticulum sends it materials, they package them up and then sends them to other parts of the cell.

Answer Category 1 $400 Golgi Bodies Back to the Game Board

Golgi Bodies

Category 1 $500 All cells have this. It has tiny pores that control what comes in and out of the cell. We like to think of it like a window screen. Answer

All cells have this. It has tiny pores that control what comes in and out of the cell. We like to think of it like a window screen.

Answer Category 1 $500 Cell membrane Back to the Game Board

Cell membrane

Category 2 $100 The larger set of pathways that carries proteins from one end of the cell to the other. Answer

The larger set of pathways that carries proteins from one end of the cell to the other.

Answer Category 2 $100 Endoplasmic Reticulum Back to the Game Board

Endoplasmic Reticulum

Category 2 $200 Tiny little structures that act as factories to produce proteins for the cell. Answer

Tiny little structures that act as factories to produce proteins for the cell.

Answer Category 2 $200 Ribosome Back to the Game Board

Ribosome

Category 2 $300 Answer This makes the cell flexible but stiff. It surrounds the cell.

Answer Category 2 $300 Cell wall Back to the Game Board

Cell wall

Category 2 $400 This is a gel like material that is found inside the cell Answer

This is a gel like material that is found inside the cell

Answer Category 2 $400 Cytoplasm Back to the Game Board

Cytoplasm

Category 2 $500 Captures energy from sunlight and use it to produce food for the cell. Answer

Captures energy from sunlight and use it to produce food for the cell.

Answer Category 2 $500 Chloroplast Back to the Game Board

Chloroplast

Category 3 $100 This part of the cell is located just inside the cell wall. It controls what materials come in and out of the cell. Answer

This part of the cell is located just inside the cell wall. It controls what materials come in and out of the cell.

Answer Category 3 $100 Cell membrane Back to the Game Board

Cell membrane

Category 3 $200 This has small openings called pores that allow small materials to pass in and out of the nucleus. It protects the nucleus. Answer

This has small openings called pores that allow small materials to pass in and out of the nucleus. It protects the nucleus.

Answer Category 3 $200 Nuclear membrane Back to the Game Board

Nuclear membrane

Category 3 $300 Grain like structures that are found floating in the cytoplasm. These bodies produce proteins. Answer

Grain like structures that are found floating in the cytoplasm. These bodies produce proteins.

Answer Category 3 $300 Ribosomes Back to the Game Board

Ribosomes

Category 3 $400 Small structures that contain chemicals that breakdown large particles of food into smaller ones. They break down old cell parts and release the substances so they can be used again. Answer

Small structures that contain chemicals that breakdown large particles of food into smaller ones. They break down old cell parts and release the substances so they can be used again.

Answer Category 3 $400 Lysosomes Back to the Game Board

Lysosomes

Category 3 $500 It is the cells control center, it controls all the cells activities. Answer

It is the cells control center, it controls all the cells activities.

Answer Category 3 $500 Nucleus Back to the Game Board

Nucleus

Category 4 $100 It’s the brain of the cell that controls the cells activities. Answer

It’s the brain of the cell that controls the cells activities.

Answer Category 4 $100 Nucleus Back to the Game Board

Nucleus

Category 4 $200 Cleans up the cell by breaking down large particles of food and worn out cell parts. Answer

Cleans up the cell by breaking down large particles of food and worn out cell parts.

Answer Category 4 $200 Lysosomes Back to the Game Board

Lysosomes

Category 4 $300 This part of the cell acts like a post office. Where they are sent materials then they package them up and then send them out. Answer

This part of the cell acts like a post office. Where they are sent materials then they package them up and then send them out.

Answer Category 4 $300 Golgi bodies Back to the Game Board

Golgi bodies

Category 4 $400 The power house of the cell where they produce most of the cells energy. Answer

The power house of the cell where they produce most of the cells energy.

Answer Category 4 $400 Mitochondria Back to the Game Board

Mitochondria

Category 4 $500 Little factories that produce protein for the cell. Answer

Little factories that produce protein for the cell.

Answer Category 4 $500 Ribosome Back to the Game Board

Ribosome

Category 5 $100 Surrounds the cell membrane. It allows the cell to be stiff but flexible. Answer

Surrounds the cell membrane. It allows the cell to be stiff but flexible.

Answer Category 5 $100 Cell wall Back to the Game Board

Cell wall

Category 5 $200 A plant cell has two parts of a cell that are not in an animal cell. Name the missing part. Chloroplast ? Answer

A plant cell has two parts of a cell that are not in an animal cell. Name the missing part.

Chloroplast

?

Answer Category 5 $200 Cell wall Back to the Game Board

Cell wall

Category 5 $300 When we built models of a cell, we used the Karo Syrup to represent ? Answer

When we built models of a cell, we used the Karo Syrup to represent ?

Answer Category 5 $300 Cytoplasm Back to the Game Board

Cytoplasm

Category 5 $400 A vacuole is so big in a plant cell because? Answer

A vacuole is so big in a plant cell because?

Answer Category 5 $400 In a plant cell it is more important for a plant cell to store more water than an animal cell because a plant needs water to survive. If it does not have enough water in its vacuole then the plant will wilt. Back to the Game Board

In a plant cell it is more important for a plant cell to store more water than an animal cell because a plant needs water to survive. If it does not have enough water in its vacuole then the plant will wilt.

Category 5 $500 A plant cell has two parts of a cell that are not in an animal cell. Name the missing part. Cell wall ? Answer

A plant cell has two parts of a cell that are not in an animal cell. Name the missing part.

Cell wall

?

Answer Category 5 $500 Chloroplast Back to the Game Board

Chloroplast

Final Jeopardy Answer Make a list of all the parts of a plant cell.

Final Jeopardy Answer Golgi Bodies - Cell membrane Endoplasmic Reticulum Mitochondria - Cytoplasm Nuclear Membrane - Chloroplast Lysosomes Nucleus Cell wall Vacuole Ribosomes End Game

Golgi Bodies - Cell membrane

Endoplasmic Reticulum

Mitochondria - Cytoplasm

Nuclear Membrane - Chloroplast

Lysosomes

Nucleus

Cell wall

Vacuole

Ribosomes

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