Prokaryotic or Eukaryotic?
The cell that students were asked to describe in the analogy is a eukaryotic cell. How
can you tell?
How would you modify your analogy if your cell were prokaryotic? What would be
added? What would be deleted? How would your analogy change?
Plant or Animal Cell?
Both plant and animal cells are types of eukaryotic cells.
Did you do an analogy of a plant cell or an animal cell? Please explain how we know
which type of cell your analogy is a model of.
If you were to do an analogy of the other type of eukaryotic cell, how would you modify
your analogy? What would you need to include and what might you delete? How would
your analogy change?
Without looking up the answers on the internet, please use your knowledge of cells
and their organelle to answer one of these questions.
Which cells in the human body would you expect to have a lot of mitochondria in them
Which cells in the human body would you expect to have a lot of lysosomes in them and
Which cells in the human body would you expect to have a lot of golgi in them and why?