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Animal Cells

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johanna villa

on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of Animal Cells

Animal Cell Structure: Cell Membrane
Function: Barrier of the cell, lets good in and bad out, creates the shape of cell Structure: Mitochondria
Function: Creates energy, uses food to create energy Structure: Ribosomes
Function: to make protein Structure: Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Function: Contains ribosomes, prepares protein for export Structure: Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
function Transport proteins Structure: Golgi Apparatus
Function: Transports protein within cell Structure: Lysosme
Function: Has enzymes that digests protein, carbohydrates, lipids, DNA, RNA, old organelles and viruses that get into the cell Structure: Nucleus
Function: Stores DNA AND RNA, controls what happens in the cell Structure: Nuclear Envelope
Function: Two membranes that surround the nucleus Structure: Nuclear Pores
Function: Allows molecules to move in and out of the nucleus Structure: Nucleolus
Function: Ribosomes are made Plant cell Structure: Cell Membrane
Function: Barrier of the cell, lets good in and bad out, creates the shape of cell Structure: Mitochondria
Function: Creates energy, uses food to create energy Structure: Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Function: Contains ribosomes, prepares protein for export Structure: Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
function Transport proteins Structure: Golgi Apparatus
Function: Transports protein within cell Structure: Ribosomes
Function: to make protein Structure: Lysosme
Function: Has enzymes that digests protein, carbohydrates, lipids, DNA, RNA, old organelles and viruses that get into the cell Structure: Nucleus
Function: Stores DNA AND RNA, controls what happens in the cell Structure: Nuclear Pores
Function: Allows molecules to move in and out of the nucleus Structure: Nuclear Envelope
Function: Two membranes that surround the nucleus Structure: Nucleolus
Function: Ribosomes are made Structure: Cell Wall
Function: helps with structure and protection of cell Structure: Chloroplast
Function: captures sun energy and coverts it into chmeical energy Structure: Vacuoles
Function: stores enzymes and waste
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