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Plant and Animal Cells By. Isis Taylor, Imoni Douglas, Gracie Valenzuela
Transcript of Plant and Animal Cells By. Isis Taylor, Imoni Douglas, Gracie Valenzuela
A small organelle that has chlorophyll in which photosynthesis takes place.
This functions as a channeling system. It lets the cell walls of neighboring plant cells communicate.
This breaks down fatty acids and hydrogen peroxide.
Plant and Animal Cells
By: Isis Taylor, Gracie Valenzuela, And Imoni Douglas
The outer layer of a plant. It makes trunks and stems stiff.
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The function of the lysosome is to breakdown substances.
The mitochondria is where the simple food is broken down for it's energy.
Table of Contents
1.)Plants:What is a Plant Cell
2.)Animals:What is an animal cell
3.)Both: What's in both Cells
Nucleus Smooth ER
Rough ER Mitochondrion
Cell Membrane Nucleolus
The main purpose of the cell membrane is to protect the cell from outside harm.
5.)Why is it Imporotant?
We learned that animal cells and plant cell aren't all that different. It was a struggle to find structures to go in the plant section or the animal sections because they have so many of the same parts. Then again they are so much different. In size, shape, and even functions. It is amazing how all of the parts work together to form one whole.
What is a Plant Cell?
A plant cell is a eukaryotic cell that is different from other eukaryote organisms. These are some of the organelles found inside.
A space within the cytoplasm of a cell, surrounded by a membrane and sometimes contains fluid.
The nuclear membrane acts like the cell membrane but for the nucleus.
Non-pigment organelles found in some plant cells the are responsible for the storage of starch granules. When the plant needs energy it turns the sugar to energy.
What is an Animal Cell?
Animal cells are also eukaryotic cells, so it contains a nucleus. They also have other membrane bound organelles and here are a few.
A small pair of microtubules that are put in a certain way, when two are found close to each other, they are usually at right angles. They are found in pairs and move toward opposite ends of the nucleus when cell division comes.
These are highly dynamic pieces of the cytoskeleton, found in parts of the cytoplasm.
The cilia is are skinny, hair-like organelles that come out of the surface of most mammal cells.
What's in both cells?
Well let's take a journey to find out.
Also known as the smooth endoplasmic reticulum. The ER makes cellular products.
A system of membranes found in a tube. These tubular membranes are found inside the cytoplasm of a cell, much like the smooth ER. However the Rough endoplasmic reticulum is covered in ribosomes.
Not including the nucleus, it's the material inside a living cell.
A non-membrane bound organelle made of nucleic acids and proteins found inside of the nucleus.
Are protein producers for a cell. They also convert encoded mRNA in to a polypeptide.
Why is This Important?
Cells are important to now about because they make up your body. You need to know that your not made of the same cells as plants and that you won't turn green because you don't have chloroplast in your cells. People need to know what's going on inside their bodies so they can fix them. These are just a few reasons why you should know your science.