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Cell City Powerpoint!

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on 18 September 2015

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Transcript of Cell City Powerpoint!

Cell City Activity!
Cytoplasm
a clear, jelly-like fluid that fills the inside of the cell and surrounds all of the internal structures like Ribosones, the Nucleus and Organelles. Cytoplasm contains strands of protiens which holds are the components of a cell in place. cytoplasm is very thick, thicker then water, some also beleive it to be as thick as jam or jelly.
Bibliography
http://www.open.edu/openlearn/nature-environment/natural-history/mitochondria-the-cell-citys-powerstation

Prezi: https://prezi.com/vekxqodelw74/science-cell-city/
Mitochondria/Power Plant

The power stations of the cell are called mitochondria and the most common fuel that they consume is glucose (sugar). mitochondria produces the energy by breaking down glucose into (CO2) AND (H20). On the surface of the Mitochondria sit's the proteins which convert glucose into ATP. The ATP is then passed out of the mitochondria into the cell for usage. ATP is the basic unit of energy required in the cell, a good analogy would be a certain type of battery which is needed to power the chemical reactions that take place inside the cell. This would be perfect as a powerplant because firstly they both produce energy, and secondly constant production of energy is necessary to keep the cell/city alive. the energy conversion inside the Mitochondria inside a cell is like burning coal to generate electricity in the city.
Endoplasmic Reticulum/Roads
this is a semi permeable membane sourounding the cytoplasm of a cell. the edoplasmic reticulums purpose is to transport chemicals in the cell. there are two types of Endoplasmic Reticulum, (Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum and Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum). these are like roads because they create a pathway and they can transport chemicals into a cell so it has to be able to get around inside the cell. Cells that specialize in the production of proteins will tend to have a larger amount of rough Endoplasmic Reticulum while cells producing fats (lipids) and hormones will have a greater amount of smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum.
i used the cytoplasm found inside a cell as land in a city because the land in a city covers the wide range of places within it. this comparison works perfectly because there are ribosomes and organells inside the cell and structures like builddings and schools inside a city.
Smooth/Rough ER
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum has ribosomes attached to its surface. The double membranes of smooth and rough Endoplasmic Reticulum form sacs called cisternae. Protein molecules are synthesized and collected in the cisternal space/lumen.
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Cytoplasm vs land!
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The power stations of the cell are called mitochondria and the most common fuel that they consume is glucose (sugar). mitochondria produces the energy by breaking down glucose into (CO2) AND (H20). On the surface of the Mitochondria sit's the proteins which convert glucose into ATP. The ATP is then passed out of the mitochondria into the cell for usage. ATP is the basic unit of energy required in the cell, a good analogy would be a certain type of battery which is needed to power the chemical reactions that take place inside the cell. This would be perfect as a powerplant because firstly they both produce energy, and secondly constant production of energy is necessary to keep the cell/city alive. the energy conversion inside the Mitochondria inside a cell is like burning coal to generate electricity in the city.
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