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Cell Structure

By: David Balandy
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on 14 September 2012

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By David Balandy CELL STRUCTURE Phospholipid Bilayer With Embedded Proteins. Its a thin layer and lipid material. Allows Some material to pass through while stopping other material. Only found in Animal Cells. Animal Cell Seems to have a
role in the death of
cells. Contains a wide variety of
Hydrolitic Enzymes. Only found
in Animal Cells. Found in both Animal and plant cells. Helps maintain a stable internal environment inside the cell. It's a Highly Condensed structures contains DNA and Proteins. It contains the instructions that control the Cells activity. Can be found in both animal and plant cells. Site of Ribosome & RNA
Synthesis. Can be found in both
Animal and Plant cells. Site of Protein Synthesis for the Cell. Often
Attached to the Endoplasmic Reticulum, they receive mRNA instructions from the DNA. Can only be found in the Animal Cell. Plant Cell The Cells Powerhouse, Stores Energy in the ATP Molecules. Converts Sugars and O2 to CO2 and H2O. Are important for getting energy from the food. Can be found in both Animal and Plant Cells Places Where Protein and Lipids are made. Have Ribosomes attached to them, help to modify proteins. Have Ribosomes attached to them, help to modify proteins. they are tubes connecting all parts of the cell Liquid containing water, Organic molecules, Ions and Organelles, Can only be found in animal cells. Form a Network of Fibres that anchore Organelles. Only found in Animal Cells. Contains the Genes. Can be found in
both plant and animal cells. NUCLEAR PORE CYTOPLASM LYSOSOMES ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC
RETICULUM CELL MEMBRANE NUCLEUS NUCLEOLUS CHROMATIN NUCLEAR ENVELOPE GOLGI BODY CENTRIOLE SMOOTH ENDOPLASMIC
RETICULUM CYTOSKELETON MITOCHONDRION RIBOSOMES Site of Lipid Synthesis.
Connect all parts of the cell. Surrounds the Nucleus. Can be
found in both animal and plant cells. Looks like a series of flattened sacs, stacked on top of each other. Functions in packaging and secreting. Packages Protein and makes it available to the cell. Can be found in both animal and plant cells. Involved in the reproduction of Animal Cells. CENTRAL VACUOLE Stores waste, water and food for the cell. Can only be found in plant cells. NUCLEUS Found in both Plant and Animal Cells.
Help maintain a stable environment inside the cell. Contains instructions that control the cells activities. The Nucleus is a highly condensed structure containing DNA and Proteins. Site of Ribosome & RNA Synthesis. Helps make The RNA needed by the Cell. Can be found in both Plant and Animal Cell. It is a Highly Condensed structure. Contains DNA and Proteins. NUCLEOLUS NUCLEAR ENVELOPE Surrounds the Nucleus. Can be found in the Plant and Animal Cell. CHROMATIN Contain Genes. In both plant and Animal Cells. CELL WALL Made of Cellulose Fibers. Found ONLY in the Plant Cells. SMOOTH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM Site of Lipid Synthesis. Connects all
parts of the cell. Found in both Plant
and Animal Cells. RIBOSOMES. recieves mRNA instructions from the DNA. Ribosomes. Often are attached to the Endoplasmic Reticulum. Can be found in both Plant and Animal Cells. GOLGI BODY looks like a series of flattened Sacs, stacked on top of each other. Packages protein and makes it available to the cell. Can be found in both Plant and Animal Cells. CELL MEMBRANE Phospholipids Bilayer with embedded proteins. Thin Layer of protein and lipid material. Can be found in both Plant and Animal Cells. CHLOROPLAST Converts CO2 and H2O To Sugars and O2. Contains Chlorophyll. Only found in Plant Cells. MITOCHONDRION the cells powerhouse, stores energy in ATP Molecules. Converts Sugars and O2 to CO2 and H2O. Are important in getting the Energy from food. Can be found in both Plant and Animal Cells. CYTOPLASM Liquid Containing water, organic Molecules, Ions, and organelles. Can be found in both Plant and Animal Cells. ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM Tubes that connect the entire Cell. A place where protein and lipids are made. Have Ribosomes attached to them, help to modify proteins.
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