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Cells

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Transcript of Cells

Types of cells
by,
Ariel Álvarez Cortés
Alejandro Enríquez Coronado
Diego Tapia Quiterio

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Cell Wall
Provides rigidity and support to the cell
Chloroplast
They are in charge of converting sunlight into energy for the cell
Nucleolus
The organelle in charge of producing RNA
Nucleus
Controls cell functions and contains DNA
Vacuole
It is filled with fluid in order to
maintain the cell's form
Golgi Body
It packages proteins
and carbohydrates
Mitochondria
It converts glucose into ATP
(energy)
Amyloplast
Centrosome
Stores
starch
Ribosomes
Their job is to synthesize
proteins
They are in charge of
cell separation
Nucleus:
Contains the DNA
Nuclear membrane:
Surrounds the nucleus and protects it.
Cell membrane:
Function as a barrier between the inner cell and the outside.
Cytoplasm:
It is a fluide which fills the cell and has all around the cell's organelles.
Centrioles:
Help to keep the cell in a particular form and transport things inside the cell.
Endoplasmic reticulum:
It allows molecules inside the cell to transport and reach their destiny.
Golgi complex:
It is in charge of storing and packing stuff the cell needs.
Lysosomes:
They are the digestive system of the cell, help to detoxification it.
Mitochondria:
The cellular respiration takes place here, it is in charge of producing energy for the cell.
Ribosomes:
The protein is synthesized and the RNA is translated
References:

Davidson, M. W. (2015). Animal Cell Structure. Retrieved September 14, 2016, from Molecular Expressions, https://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/cells/animalcell.html

Biology-Online. (2008). Cell - biology-online dictionary. Retrieved September 14, 2016, from Biology-Online, http://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Cell

Shmoop Editorial Team. (2008). Prokaryotic Cell Structure and Function - Shmoop Biology. Retrieved September 16, 2016, from http://www.shmoop.com/biology-cells/prokaryotic-cells.html

Prokaryotic Cell Structure. (n.d.). Retrieved September 16, 2016, from http://www.ivyroses.com/Biology/Cells/Prokaryotic-Cell-Structure.php



Chromosomal DNA
Flagellum
Ribosome
Capsule
Cell wall
Pilus
This is where all of the cell's genetic code such as DNA and RNA is stored
Prokaryotic ribosomes build proteins.
It lets the cell to be able to
move by rotating. Not all cells have these.
Cytoplasm
It is a gel-like fluid which fills the cell and other components of the cell are dispersed in.
It is ubicated on the cell surface, can be used to attach to other bacterial cells or surfaces. Not all prokaryotic cells have them
Covers the inner part of the cell and gives is a predetermined shape.
Not all prokaryotic cells have them. Its function is to provide extra protection and also helps the cell to adhere to different surfaces.
Plasma Membrane

Surrounds the cell's cytoplasm, it also makes possible the interchange of substances in and out the cell.
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