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The Animal Cell

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Brittany Knox

on 19 March 2014

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The Animal Cell
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
The Rough ER appears speckled because of the ribosomes on its surface. This is the "protein factory" and then packages the proteins for transport.
Ribosomes
Ribosomes synthesize proteins. They can be attached or free-floating
Lysosomes
Can be considered the recycling center or garbage man because they get rid of the waste.
Nucleus
This is the "brain" of the cells, the reason being that it controls and gives the orders to all the organelles
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Chromosomes
Is a "x" shaped structure that consists of tightly coiled DNA and RNA.
Mitochondrion
Is the energy producer of the cell, and Makes the ATP. It also has its own DNA.
Golgi Bodies
Takes the packaged proteins from the Endoplasmic Reticulum and transport it through out the rest of the cell. Sort of like the "UPS" of the cell.
Cell Membrane
This is part of the cell that's sort of like the "skin" of the cell. It controls what comes in and what goes out of the cell.
Vacuole
The "stomach" of the cell, the reason being is that it digest food particles and maintains water levels
Smooth ER
Is another endoplasmic reticulum, but the difference is that it has no ribosomes. So its function is to to detoxify the body when it has to much toxins to begin with.
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