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Cells: Animal vs Plants

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Julie Southwood

on 8 December 2014

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Transcript of Cells: Animal vs Plants

Cells: Animal vs Plants
Animal
Centriole
Plant
Cell Wall
Cell membrane
Mitochondrion
Ribosome
Endoplasmic Reticulum
Chloroplast
Nuclear membrane
Nucleus
Nucleolus
Chromosomes
Vacuole
Golgi Apparatus
Cytoplasm
Lysosomes
Come in many shapes and sizes
More structure and organized
Controls cell activity
Holds genetic information (DNA)
Make ribosomes
Found in the cells nucleus
Small bodies either free floating or on ER
Synthesizes proteins
Breaks down sugar (glucose) molecules to release energy
Site of aerobic cellular respiration
Support and protection
Regulates transport of materials in and out of cell
Helps maintain homeostasis
Controls movement of materials in and out of nucleus
Connects to nuclear envelope & cell membrane
Carries materials through cell
Aids in making proteins
Modify proteins made by the cells
Package & export proteins
Clear, thick, jellylike material (cytosol)
Supports and protects cell organelles
Breaks down larger food molecules into smaller molecules
Digests old cell parts
Store food, water, metabolic & toxic wastes
Thread-like structures made of a DNA molecule and protein
Separate chromosome pairs during mitosis
Paired structures near the nucleus
Support and protection
Allows H2O, O2, CO2 to diffuse in & out of cell
Uses energy from sun to make food (glucose) for the plant....photosynthesis
Release oxygen
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