Like other carnivores, the Venus flytrap eats animals to get nutrients that it needs to make molecules such as proteins and nucleic acids.  Other chemical compounds made by the plant cells enable the Venus flytrap to digest the animals that it eats.  These chemicals are similar to the chemicals that allow you to digest the food that you eat.  (McDougal Littell Biology) Chapter 3


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Lectures and Notes:

Biology Syllabus
Syllabus and Behavior Contract
Safety Contract
Student Notes: Unit 2 (Chapter 3)
PowerPoint Lecture: Unit 2 (Chapter 3)
Quizlet: Animal Cell Organelles
Quizlet: Plant Cell Organelles
Quizlet: Animial Cell Structures
Quizlet: Cell Membrane and Transport
Kahoot: Cell Organelles
Kahoot: Cell Transport
Quizlet: Chapter 3 Defining Terms
Quizlet: Chapter 3 Test Review (Student created)
Quizlet: Chapter 3 Test Review (Student created)
Cell Diagrams: Animal and Plant


Chapter 3 Defining Terms
Chapter 3 Concept Review
Cell Cartoon
Pogil: Prokaryote and Eukaryote Cells-S

Pogil: Organelles in Eukaryote Cells-S
Pogil: Cell Size-S
Pogil: Transport in Cells-S Cell Organelles
Cell Organelles
Cell Drawings
Practice Quiz: Cell Organelles
Chapter 3 Review
PowerPoint Rubric: Chapter 3 Review

Labs and Classroom Activities:

Lab: The Microscopic World
Lab: Cell City Analogy
Lab: Comparing Plant and Animal Cells
Lab: PowerPoint-Comparing Plant and Animal Cells
Lab: Inside Cell Worksheet
Lab: Cell Transport
Lab: Diffusion
Lab: Using a Microscope

Textbook Resources:

biolog3[1]Textbook Online Resources
Textbook Practice Quizzes Unit 2
Chapter 3 Review Game
Textbook Animated Biology

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Ted-Ed The wacky history of cell theory
Ted-Ed How we think complex cells evolved

Ted-Ed Insights into cell membranes via dish detergent
Biology: Cell Structure   

Cell Membranes and Cell Transport
Osmosis: A Solute and Solvent Love Story
Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
Homeostasis (and the Cell Membrane King)
Review: Cell Structure and Function