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Plant Cell Prezi
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Nucleus- Control center of the cell Vauoles- holds water and nutrience Golgi- protien packaging plant
Nucleolus- Contains RNA Lysosome- digestive plant. Cytoskeleton- the structure of the cell
Ribosomes- protien builders Chloroplast- base of photosynthesis
DNA- holds genetic code Mitochondria- energy source of the cell
ER- transportation Cell wall- the increased structural wall for the plant cell that makes it standup Cell membrane- the outer shell of the cell. It Cell membrane- the outer layer of the cell that is semi permiable. It diffuses water(osmosis) and other materials out of the cell. The water of the cell can be to high, hypertonic, or have to little, hypotonic. The movement of larger particles into te cell is endocytosis, while the movement out is exocytosis. http://www.osovo.com/diagram/plantcelldiagram.htm http://www.bio.davidson.edu/Courses/Molbio/MolStudents/spring2005/Champaloux/first.html Cell Energy Photosynthesis 6(H2O)+6(CO2)+Sunlight is converted to C6H1206 (glucose)+6(O2), while Cellular Resperation is C6H1206 (glucose)+6(O2) equalling 6(H2O)+6(CO2)+ATP. They are in a cycle from photosynthesis to cellular resperation http://kentsimmons.uwinnipeg.ca/cm1504/respiration.htm Cell cycle:
interphase: duplicates the DNA
prophase: DNA coils and condences
metaphase: spindle fibres attach to the centromeres of the chromosomes
anaphase: spindle fibres shorten and the centromere splits, separated chromatids are pulled behind the centromeres
telophase: nucleor envelopement happens, then the chromosones uncoil and fibers disappear making the new cells http://www.accessexcellence.org/RC/VL/GG/mitosis.php http://lrd.yahooapis.com/_ylc=X3oDMTVjZzIxaXNnBF9TAzIwMjMxNTI3MDIEYXBwaWQDSWxGbmZqVFYzNEdEU3ZhaFRwSE93VHp0ckRyVnJKeUpzQnl4Mzg3Q1J1UlVtZEE0RllRQzY4NUJtTVJ5UUtyTFhnLS0EY2xpZW50A2Jvc3MEc2VydmljZQNCT1NTBHNsawN0aXRsZQRzcmNwdmlkAzZkUUhsMktJY3JxbU1XcWhjNXkzbDZZc3JvRjJmVXlTTVRVQUNFYnM-/SIG=11qqib7ol/**http%3A//www.thaigoodview.com/node/20872%3Fpage=0%252C2 Resources Science text book, http://www.accessexcellence.org/RC/VL/GG/mitosis.php, pictures.com