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Animal Cell Prezi

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Sources- http://bio3400.nicerweb.com/Locked/media/ch02/02_01-animal-cell.jpg
http://www.ibiblio.org/virtualcell/textbook/chapter3/nucf.htm
Biology Textbook
Youtube.com
http://3dbiology.pbworks.com/w/page/3719423/f/labeled_Plant_cell_book.png The Animal Cell Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum

Function- transports materials and proteins throughout the inside of a cell Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum

Function- Transports newly created proteins and materials Nuclear Pores

Function- Allows molecules to travel in and out of the nucleus Nucleolus

Function- Made up of RNA and proteins. It creates ribosomes which later help to create proteins Nuclear Envelope

Function- Form a boundary around the nucleus and protect it. Ribosomes

Function- Structures where proteins are created; they are composed of RNA and protein. There are also ribosomes on the sides of rough endoplasmic reticulum. Golgi Apparatus

Function- They modify, collect, package, and distribute molecules that are made in one section of the cell and are used in another. Mitochondria

Function- Creates power for other parts of the cell; they also convert the chemical energy in food into energy that is more convenient for the cell Lysosomes

Function- Get rid of all of the waste that is not needed in the cell; they are the clean up crew that gets rid of all the junk. Chromosomes

Function- contains the genetic information that has to be passed down to the next generation of cells Cell Membrane

Function- Regulates what enters and leaves the cell; it is like border control. Nucleus Function- Regulates all cell activity Cytoplasm
Function- Gives support to the cell and helps it speed up travel within the cell By Nick Forslund The Plant Cell Cell Wall
Function- Holds the shape and form of
the cell. It also protects it. Vacuole
Function- It stores water and waste. Mitochondria
Function- Creates power such as ATP Molecules. It is the "Power Plant" Chloroplast
Function- converts sunlight into chemical energy Cell Membrane
Function- Regulates what goes in and
out of the cell, it is the "border control." Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Function- transports materials throughout the cell (Does have ribosomes attached to it) Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Function- transports materials throughout the cell (It does not have ribosomes attached to it) Ribosomes
Function- Ribosomes
Function- creates proteins and energy Golgi Apparatus
Function- processes, packages, and ships proteins throughout the cell Lysosome
Function- helps to digest materials in the cell Nucleus
Function- controls the cell's activities and contains DNA Nuclear Envelope
Function- Monitors what goes in and out of the nucleus Nucleolus
Function- stores and contains RNA molecules and proteins Chromatic
Function- holds DNA molecules and protein Nuclear Pore
Function- allows proteins and other units in and out of the nucleus
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