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Plant and Animal cells!!!

By: Annissa & Ayesha

Ayesha Quadri

on 19 September 2012

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Transcript of Plant and Animal cells!!!

What parts a cell has: Plant and Animal cells!! Nucleus:

It is found in plant and animal cells.

It's like the the brain of the cell, with nearly the cell’s entire DNA and has coded instructions for important jobs each has to perform.

Teachers are like the Nucleus because they give us instructions on learning different subjects. Nucleolus:
It's found in plant and animal
It produces ribosomes.

We are kind of like the Nucleolus
because we get ready for school
like how the nucleolus forms
ribosomes. Ribosomes:

It's found in plant and animal cells.

Ribosomes are either freely floating in cytoplasm or attached to the endoplasmic reticulum. They make proteins; coded instructions from the nucleus.

Ribosomes are like students. Some are still in class; learning and others are wandering around the halls. Mitochondria:

It is in plant and animal

The mitochondria convert
the chemical energy stored
in food into compounds that are
more convenient for the cell to use.

It’s like lockers in school because you
store your things away until you need
them for a better time. Vacuole:
Found in plant and animal cells.

A storage compartment for water, food
and waste until they are needed.
It’s like the gym storage room. Just like the
vacuole, the storage room stores gym equipment until you need it. Golgi Body:

It is found in animal and plant cells.

They are membrane covered sacs that pack up protein so they can be sent out to your body.

It's like in a factory when products that are produced can be packed and sent out to other locations Rough endoplasmic reticulum:

Found in both plant and animal cells.

The rough endoplasmic reticulum has ribosomes that produce protein. After they produce protein, the Rough ER then transports it to other locations in the cell.

It’s like the cafeteria because the cafeteria makes the food then they give to the people who need it. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum:

Found in animal and plant cells.

It is used to create and store giant molecules like steroids. The smooth endoplasmic reticulum also stores charged particle called ions.

It’s like the gym because it stores us while we
play. We are also the charged ions because of us using our “charged” energy. Lysosome:

Found in animal and plant cells.

They break down food, waste that the cell makes and the cells that are worn out.

Us throwing out the recycling in the school so it can get recycled. Cell Membrane:

It is found in plant
and animal cells.

It protects the cytoplasm and
organelles inside and separates it
from the environment outside of the
cell membrane.

The cell membrane is the school building
that protects us from the outside and it
keeps us safe. Cell wall:

Only found in plant cells.

It provides and helps maintain the shape of these cells and protects
them from harmful stuff in the

The school wall because it protects us from the harmful stuff outside. It serves as a barrier that separates us from the environment. Chroloplast:

Only found in plant cells

Chloroplasts have the plant’s chlorophyll which gives the entire plant its green color.

It’s like the paint on the school walls because the paint gives it that color. Plant
cell Animal Cell.

Photo websites:

http://pineriver05.weebly.com/uploads/5/3/5/3/5353368/8586536.jpg?404 Information Websites:

Bill Nye on cells. Bibliography: By: Annissa & Ayesha
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