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The Complex Plant Cell Period: 1
Transcript of The Complex Plant Cell Period: 1
Cell wall is an inflexible barrier that provides support and protects the plant cell.
A chloroplast is a double membrane organelle with thylakoids containing chlorophyll.
This is where photosynthesis takes place.
A framework for the cell within the cytoplasm.
A thick, inflexible barrier made up of cellulose.
Two membranes made up of lipids and proteins.
Cytoskeleton is a jelly-like material made of proteins.
Highly folded membranes made of two layers of phospholipids, cholesterol, and protein molecules.
Endoplasmic Reticulum is the site of the protein synthesis.
Inner and outer membranes made of phospholipids and proteins.
A flattened stack of tubular memebranes made of cisternae.
Modifies proteins and packages them for distribution outside the cell.
Mitochondrian makes energy available to the cell.
Nucleus contains coded directions for the production of proteins and cell division.
Spherical- shaped organelle consisting of proteins and chromatin.
A flexible boundary made of proteins and lipids.
Read and translate genetic code and then replicate proteins represented by the code.
An organelle made of proteins, amino acids, and ribonucleic acids.
What makes the two cells different?
Controls the movement of substances that go in and out of the cell.
Vacuole is a temporary storage for materials.
Function: They help with cell division in animal cells.
Structure: Cylindrical structures made up of sets of microtubules.
The Difference Between A Plant Cell And An Animal Cell
Structure: microscopic, hairlike projections on the cell's surface
Function: Help in the movement of substances along the surface
Function: Contains digestive enzymes for the breakdown of excess cellular substances
Structure: simple one membrane bound sacs filled with digestive enzymes
Vacuoles have little or no structure.