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The Newbie Cell

Here comes another newbie. I guess I can let you come on the journey through the cell to, but you're not staying!
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madison anderson

on 29 September 2014

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Transcript of The Newbie Cell

Welcome! I'm glad I get to show you around the animal cell! There are many different parts to it, and I get to show you each one. Its great that you got past the cell membrane, sometimes we get invaders who try to trick their way in. You've already got good connections if you got past the membrane. Lets get started!
Hi there Newbie!
These are the little geniuses that produce protein! They're also very important to the cell. They look like this.
Ribosomes
This is the gel-like fluid that keeps all the other parts in place, so its really important. Sometimes the cytoplasm moves other organelles in the cell!
Cytoplasm...
The nucleus. Its basically the brain of the cell, and it directs all the activities in the cell. It looks a little something like this.
Our First stop is...
Its made up o f stacks of membrane sacs. It transports vesicles and carries protein from the endoplasmic reticulum. From there, it enters there for storage and release! Complicated cycle it is! It looks something like this...
The Golgi Apparatus.
... are the membranes containing enzymes, they're used to digest and break down large molecules into smaller ones so they can be used by the cell.
Lyomsomes
These are the the membrane enclosed sac serving as storage units, for food, water and nutrients like yourself. After the tour, i'll loop you around and you can start your job today! just so you know what your place will look like, heres a picture...
Then the vacuoles
The smooth endoplasmic reticulum has no ribosomes on its membrane, helps construct lipids, deconstruct carbohydrates, and detoxify of harmful things of the cell.
Almost done, but the smooth E.R
The Newbie Cell
Created by Maddie Anderson

Finally, the rough E.R
This is the rough endoplasmic reticulum. Here, proteins are synthesized, and it keeps them separate from one another, proteins are also made here, and phospholipids are made here to add to the cell's membrane.
This is the end.
Now, its time to get to work. I hope you enjoyed it, but don't worry, you won't be alone for long. More nutrients will come to stay and work with you. Speaking of which, another has arrived, better get to work before you get released from the cell!! :)
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