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Are All Cells the Same?

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Will Caulkins

on 29 January 2014

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Transcript of Are All Cells the Same?

There are 2 different types of cells; Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic. They each have different structures and functions.
-Prokaryotic cells are usually found in single celled organisms and lack a nucleus
-Eukaryotic Cells are usually found multi-cellular organisms and are the basic structure for animal and plant cells
Prokaryotes in Depth
Prokaryotic cells lack a membrane bound nucleus. Prokaryote's genetic information is found in the plasmid of a cell. They can be rod or spiral shaped, as well as spherical. They have flagella that allow them to move around. and they also make up 2 of the 3 Domains of the Earth
Eukaryotes in Depth
Any organism who has a nucleus and all of its organells enclosed within membranes is a Eukaryote. They also have more than 1 chromosome.
Animal Cells
Animal cells come in all
shapes and sizes. They
are one of the two most
common Eukaryotic cells
Plant Cells
Plant cells have a large central vacuole which is a large organelle filled with water that controls movement of molecules between organelles, the cells turgor, stores materials, and digests waste organelles and proteins. They have a cell wall as well as a specialized cell-to-cell communication pathways known as plasmodesmata. They also have Plastids or Chloroplasts- small pockets filled with chlorophyll
So Are all cells the Same?
Their are all different types of
cells for all different types or
organisms. So, no, not all cells
are the same.
Are All Cells the Same?
Pro versus Eu
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