Cell Story – Information Fluency

Part 1

  1. Where are you found?
  2. What do you do?
  3. What do you look like?
  4. Why does the host need you?
  5. What would happen if we didn’t have the enterocytes
  6. do we divide? what rate?

Story

I am snug little cell relaxing on the lining of the small intestine. I am an here in the intestine with many of my small brothers and sisters. I just sit here while all of the food is coming. We go and suck the nutrients from our food the person eats. We have a small hole in out rectangle shaped body. We help the body stay alive and get the amount of nutrients to the body so we can all stay alive. If we never existed in the body the owner could be in some really big trouble. He/she would have a higher chance of getting oral diseases. This means that the person could get bone, teeth and gum decay. We divide many times till we stop growing. once going we don’t but we are the most efficient at transporting all of the nutrients.

https://openclipart.org/detail/162619/peyer-patch

This is what enterocytes look like.

Part 2

  1. I needed to research a bunch of questions only a few of them were super important though the ones I have chosen are in part 1
  2. As I was working I used some sites. I used google (Never wiki) to look up info and I also looked at open clip art library to get my picture.
  3. The process I tried to use was the ask,acquire,analyze, apply and assess. make sure to check multiple sites to see if they have the same type of information. If not don’t use that point.
  4. I used easy bib to verify the sites because it shows the author, etc.
  5. Yes I could have done this better. In my mind I think I should have looked at more sites then just the few I did. I think that because I think I should be able to find more info then just on those few pages.

bibliography

Gmad. “Clipart – Peyer Patch.” Openclipart, Open Clip Art Library, 3 Oct. 2011, openclipart.org/detail/162619/peyer-patch.

“Enterocyte.” Enterocyte – an Overview | ScienceDirect Topics, Science Direct, www.sciencedirect.com/topics/veterinary-science-and-veterinary-medicine/enterocyte.

Bowen, Richard. “Intestinal Enterocyte.” Life Cycle of Small Intestinal Enterocytes, www.vivo.colostate.edu/hbooks/pathphys/digestion/smallgut/lifecycle.html.

2 thoughts on “Cell Story – Information Fluency”

  1. Great information shared through your story. It could have a few more details, though. Good questions guiding research. Good use of digital tools and excellent citing of sources. Your reflection is complete as well. Good work!

    1. Thank you for giving me a bit more info what do to next time. I will make sure to do a bit more detail next time.

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