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The "Cell" Network
Transcript of The "Cell" Network
C H O +6O =6CO +6H O + energy 6 12 6 2 2 2 biologycorner.com sun.menloschool.org The Central Vacuole maintains the turgor pressure in the cell. This organelle is a series of interconnected tubes that branch off from the nuclear envelope. Specific to the rough endoplasmic reticulum is the attachment of ribosomes and the association with protein synthesis. This organelle is also a series of interconnected tubes that branch off from the nuclear envelope. Lets take a closer look at the animal cell and the organelles that make it up. Diffusion occurs through the cell membrane as well as active transport through the proteins. Lysosomes are membrane bound organelles that are filled with enzymes with the role of breaking down and digesting worn out organelles and tissues. The lysosomes also defend against invading bacteria. marionkatiemaggie.blogspot.com eg; from Endoplasmic Reticulum to the Golgi. Vesicles are temporary transport organelles that deliver molecules around the cell. The vesicles transport proteins that are made in the Endoplasmic Reticulum, with the help of Ribosomes, and then mature in the Golgi. learn.genetics.utah.edu learn.genetics.utah.edu The Golgi receives substances from the Endoplasmic Reticulum by the vesicles and then repackages them for transport through out the cell. The Ribosomes might be attached to the Endoplasmic Reticulum or might be free in the Cytoplasm. Ribosomes are where amino acids are assembled into proteins by the process of protein synthesis. The Vesicles use this organelle as a "highway" This organelle surrounds the contents of the Nucleus and allows the transport of materials through the pores. "The Brain" is a common nickname given to the Nucleus. The Nucleus contains the DNA and directs all cellular activities Further into the Nucleus is the Nucleolus which is mainly involved in the assembly of Ribosomes. biologycorner.com Lets take a quick look at the organelles that are only present in a plant cell. This structure is made of cellulose and it is also semi-permeable. Photosynthesis is formulated by; 6H O + 6CO = C H O + 6O 2 2 6 12 6 2 (l) (g) (aq) (g) Chlorophyll+ Light This organelle is also a permanent storage place in the cell. Takes up at most 80% of the cell