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plant cells vs. animal cells
Transcript of plant cells vs. animal cells
Alex and Ashley Plant cells vs. animal cells. PLANT
CELL plant cell parts
Membrane: The cell membrane is to let waste exit the cell and has more than one The Cell wall: The cell wall is to support and control the amount of water that goes into the cells and allows circulation of water, minerals,and other small nutrient minerals. Animal cells animal cells are made up of the brain of the cell! The Golgi body: The Golgi body stores packages and gives out the liquids and proteins made in the in the endoplasmic reticulum. It puts proteins into packages called vessils. This is a animal cell!!!!! The Rough Endoplasmic reticulum: The functions of this is to synthesize and exports proteins and glycoprotins. an animal cell
can't make their
own food to survive Organs in animals are composed of a number of different tissue types The animal cell The Nucleus and Nucleolus: the nucleus is the most obvious organelle in any eukaryotic cell. It is a membrane- bound oranganelle and is surrouned by a double membrane. it communicates with the surrounding cytosol in numerous pores.
endoplasmic reticulum: throughout the eucaryoctic cell, epecially those responsible for the production of hormones and other secretory products, is a vast amount of membrane called the endoplasmic reticulum, or er for short. The er membrane is a continuation of the outer nulclear membrane and its fuction suggets just how complex and organized the eucaryoctic cell is ready is. Thanks we hope you liked it! Cytoskeleton: As its name implies, the cytoskeleton helps to maintain cell shape. But the primary importance of the cytoskeleton is in cell motility. The internal movement of cell organelles, as well as cell locomotion and muscle fiber contraction could not take place without the cytoskeleton. Membrane and Cytosol: Every cell is enclosed in a membrane. The membrane is a double layer of lipids (lipid bilayer) but is made quite complex by the presence of numerous proteins that are important to cell activity. These proteins include receptors, pores, and enzymes. The membrane is responsible for the controlled entry and exit of ions like sodium (Na) potassium (K), calcium (Ca++). See the description of ion channels. Mitochondria: provide the energy a cell needs to move, divide, produce secretory products, contract - in short, they are the power centers of the cell. They are about the size of bacteria but may have different shapes depending on the cell type. Centrolies: Thier job is to originise the assemby of microtubes in a cell division. plant cells animal cells chromosones nuclie cytoplasim aniaml cells have several types of tissues that make the animal cell up of. have a cell wall dont have a cell wall has more than one membrane does not have more than one membrane The plant cells do not several types of tissues that do not make up the plant cell. Chloroplasts: these are the food producers of the cell. They contain chlorophyll, the green pigment that is needed for photosynthesis. Through the process of photosynthesis, green plants use the energy from the sun to convert it into sugar. The main purpose of this organelle is to produce sugars and starches. The Cytoplasm: This distributes oxygen and food (nutrience) to other parts of the cell and all the parts inside the cell. It had three main functions: storage, energy, and manufacturing. The cytoplasm contains nutrience that have been dissolved which help for the dissolving of waste products Ribosomes: are the protein builders or protein synthesizers of the cell The nucleolus: This is where ribosomes are made. The nucleolus disappears during cell reproduction. This is because ribosomes are not needed when cells reproduce. Lysomes: digest cellular macromolecules +