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Cell Structure and Function, CHS

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Transcript of Cell Structure and Function, CHS

Animal Cell
Plant Cell
Endomembrane System/Cell Transport
Cell Membrane:
it protects
the cell
Smooth ER:
doesn't have ribosomes and has lipids
Rough ER: has ribosomes and sugar attaches to proteins
Ribosomes: this is where proteins are made
Vesicles: these store
and transport cellular
products
Microtubules/ Filaments: they support the cell and give it shape
Golgi Apparatus: it packs, separates, and modifies proteins
Nuclear membrane: it surrounds the nucleolus
Nucleolus: it makes subunit ribosomes
Cytoplasm: it is just a term for all of the cellular material inside the cell wall other than the nucleus.
Lyosome: theses are
the spots for cellular
digestion
Centrioles: they organize a
microtuble network
Mitochondria:
it is a power
house for the cell
Nucleus: it contains DNA
Nucleolus: it makes subunit ribosomes
cell membrane: it protects the cell,
its a barrier or wall of sorts
Chromatin: has DNA and proteins
Cilia:
it is an extension of the cell membrane and would be brush like (not shown)
Microtubules: this provides structure for the cell
Nuclear pore: these help regulate
the exchange of material
rough endoplasmic reticulum: sugars attaches to proteins here
smooth endoplasmic reticulum: doesn't have ribosomes but does have lipids
Valcuole: it stores and maintains pressure against the cell wall
cell wall: provides structural support
Chloroplast:
it does the photosynthesis
Mitochondria:
it is a power house for the cel
l
lyosomes: these are for
digestion within the cell
golgi apparatus: this packs, separates, and modifies protiens
nucleoplasm: it is
a fluid in the nucleus
smooth ER: it serves as the
transitional area for vesicles
that transport to various
destinations
nuclear pore: these help
regulate the exchange of
material
Ribosomes:
proteins are
made here
the nucleus
contains
the DNA
proteins are used for a variety
of functions
Cisternae: these are the
flat sacs that compose
the golgi appartus
Cis face is the beginning
of the Golgi Appartus
and is the receiving end
Trans Face is the end of
the golgi appartus
and does the 'shipping'
Nucleus: it
contains the DNA
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