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The Cell Amusement Park-Dubai.
Welcome.

Welcome to The Cell Amusement Park.
Welcome, visitor. This is The Amusement Park built by Mohammad Mashel of class 8-P of Gems Our Own Indian School of Dubai. This amusement park will guide you through the cell of Animals and Plants and give a short description of an individual. First, we will start by learning what is a cell.

Enjoy.
Definition of a cell.
1. The structural, functional and biological unit of all organisms.

2. An autonomous self-replicating unit that may exist as functional independent unit of life (as in the case of unicellular organism), or as sub-unit in a multicellular organism (such as in plants and animals) that is specialized into carrying out particular functions towards the cause of the organism as a whole.

3. A membrane bound structure containing biomolecules, such as nucleic acids, proteins, and polysaccharides.
Plant Cells.
Animal Cells
Here are different kind of animal cells and a picture with each individual.
The End of the fun.
Parenchyma Cell
Chlorenchyma Cell
Chlorenchyma is the parenchyma in which the cells contain large number of chloroplasts. Chlorenchyma takes part in photosynthesis. It occurs in the leaves and other green parts of the plant body.
Sclerenchyma Cell
Sclerenchyma cells also have a support function in plants but unlike Collenchyma cells, they have a hardening agent and are much more rigid.
Phloem
Phloem tissue consists of: conducting cells, generally called sieve.Elements; parenchyma cells, including both specialized companion cells or albuminous cells and unspecialized cells; and supportive cells, such as fibres and sclereids
Xylem
Xylem caries water and dissolved nutrients from the roots throughout the plant.Xylem is the upward conduction of water while phloem is the upward and downward conduction of food and minerals
Parenchyma cells are usually depicted as the typical plant cell because they are not very specialized. These cells synthesize and store organic products in the plant. Most of the plants metabolism takes place in these cells.
Centrioles
organize the assembly of microtubules during cell division.
Microtubules
hollow rods that function primarily to help support and shape the cell.
Mitochondria
power producers and the sites of cellular respiration.
Nucleus
membrane bound structure that contains the cell's hereditary information.
Nucleolus
structure within the nucleus that helps in the synthesis of ribosomes.
Nucleopore
tiny hole within the nuclear membrane that allows nucleic acids and proteins to move into and out of the nucleus.
Cytoplasm
gel-like substance within the cell.
Endoplasmic Reticulum
extensive network of membranes composed of both regions with ribosomes (rough ER) and regions without ribosomes (smooth ER).
Golgi Complex
responsible for manufacturing, storing and shipping certain cellular products.
Lysosomes
sacs of enzymes that digest cellular macromolecules such as nucleic acids.
Ribosomes
consisting of RNA and proteins, ribosomes are responsible for protein assembly.
Here are the plant cells and a short description and a picture of each individual.
That's it for the fun of cells and a day of biology trip. Thank you for visiting and if you had fun in these presentations, please do pay a tip.
Thankyou.
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