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Transcript of Wanted: Cells
~Generates ATP; causes "aerobic respiration" that helps animals breath.
~Is not converting oxygen or nutrients to ATP
~Organelles malfunction is not powering metabolic activities for animals to breath oxygen
~Organelle seems to be purple, an oval shape, insides are visible a wiggly shape.
~Hang out spots are plants and animals
~Christopher Chloroplast is known as an accomplice
~Discovered by Richard Altmann
*Type of algae that conducts photosynthesis and allows plants to receive energy.
*Not allowing plants to capture energy from the sun nor perform photosynthesis.
*Green, has Thylakoids that look like pebbles stacked on top of each other inside a bubble.
>Controls the making of proteins
>Last seen near the end of the cell
>Malfunction: No genetic material
>Organelle is circular and lives in the middle of the cytoplasm
>Both animal and plant cells
>Ernest Rutherford; 1911
Gabby Golgi Complex
Sorts protein to send them off to the right places
Proteins are not being packaged to where they are supposed to be
Found in both plant and animal cells
Known accomplices are endoplasmic reticulum (ER)
Looks like a maze
Camillo Golgi; 1898
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