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Animal and plant cells
Transcript of Animal and plant cells
What are Cells?
Animal and Plant Cells
They gather their food from sunlight. This is called Photosynthesis. They have a nucleus, a vacuole, a nuclear membrane, ribosomes, a cell wall, etc. It is rectangular shape. Plant cells are eukaryotic cells. Plant cells are typically rectangular or cube shaped. A plant cell also contains structures that are not found in animal cells.
Animal cells have a cell membrane, a nuclease, a cytoplasm, etc. They are tiny molecular. It is usually a round-shape- figure. Animal cells are also eukaryotic cells. Animal cells are smaller than plant cells. Animal cells come in various sizes and tend to have irregular shapes.
What are the comparisons between animal and plant cells?
Parts & Functions
1) What does the cytoplasm do?
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By: Tala Bibi, and Abdullah Syed
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Animals and plant cells have simeler parts. They both have:
Cytoplasm: they have liquid, and strands of protein. They serve by holding the insides in place.
Cell Membrane: controls what goes in, and out of the cell.
Nucleus: the control center of the cell. The brain for the cell.
Ribosomes: make food and water for the cell.
Vacuole: stores some food/water.
Nucleolus: makes ribosomes.
(Only plants) Cell Wall: Protects cell from damage.
Mitochondria: digestive for the cells, makes molecular.
Lysosomes: gets rid of waste, and worn out organelles
Cytoskeleton: helps with movment, and structure of the cell.
Cloraplasts (Plant use) to make sunlight into energy, also known as
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2) According to the video, why are cells like bricks?
3) Explain the different types of cells.
4) How do plant cells get their food?
5) According to the video, what is the difference between a room, and a cell?
6) What is the comparison between the animal cell and plant cell?