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Julia

The Cell Class
The Cell Class
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The Cell Class 2

The Cell Class
The Cell Class
The Cell Class
The Cell Class

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The Cell Class
The Cell Class

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The Cell Class 7
The Cell Class 7

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The Cell Class 8


vacuole
- A membrane sac that plays a large role in the digestion of the cell and getting rid of waste products. In the animal cell vacuoles are generally small. They tend to be large in the plant cell and play several roles such as storing nutrients,,waste products.In the animal cell vacuoles are generally small. They tend to be large in the plant cell. They play several roles such as storing nutrients, waste products, helping increase cell size while growth, and even acting much like lysosomes of an animal cell. The plant cell vacuole also regulates turgor pressure. Water collects in the cell vacuoles producing rigidity in to the plant. With no sufficient water and tugor pressure drops the plant wilts

Ribosomes- Packets of protein that plays a crucial role in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. They're the site of protein synthesis. Each ribsomes comprises two parts,a big subunit, and a small subunit. Also the structures on the endoplasmic reticulum. In the cytoplasm that uses information from the nucleus to get materials a cell needs to make proteins. They're non-membraneous spear shaped bodies composed of RNA (ribonucle acid) and protein enzymes.




Julia Martinez-

Cell Wall- The cell wall is made up of cellulose (a fatty protein).It provides protection from physical injuries. Also, it gives skeletal support. The cell wall provides and maintains the shape of plant cells. The cell wall is located in the cell membrane. Animals do not have a cell wall but plants do. The nucleus is the central part of the cell. It controls what the other cell parts do.


Nucleus- The nucleus acts like the brain of the cell. The nucleus helps control eating, movement, and reproduction. Also, it is a big dark spot sometimes in the middle of the cell. It is not always in the center of the cell. It is made up of two membranes that are filled with fluid. It may store insoluble wastes.


Chloroplast- The chloroplast is the food producer of the cell. You can find them in plant cells. Animal cells do not have chloroplasts. The structure is made up of a two layer membrane. Chloroplasts are specialized organelles found in all higher plant cells. the chloroplast also makes sugar.


Lysosomes- A kind of vacuole that holds a type of chemical called enzymes. They are often in animal cells, but rare in plant cells. Also, the lysosomes break up food so it is easier to digest.



Abbie

Mitochondrion-is made of modified double unit membrane. Site of cellular respiration. The release of chemical energy from food.The number of mitochondria is always different. Mitochondria provides the energy for the cell to move and divide. They are the same size as bacteria, the outer membrane is really smooth. you may find cells with several thousand mitochondria. The fluid inside of the mitochondria is called the matrix. It is the power house of all cells.

Cytoplasm-can be called cytoplasm or cytosol. It is the soup around all the other cell organelles and its where most of the cellular metabolism happens. Though mostly water, cytosol is full of protein. The cytoplasm is inside the cell membrane.





Samantha

Cell membrane- When you think about a cell membrane,think about a big bag.The bag has tiny holes that lets some things in and somethings outside the cell.The bag can hold the cell pieces and fluids.it keeps the good things in and the bad things out. Every cell has to be enclosed in a membrane,a double layer of phospholipids(lipid bilayer). The heads that are exposed of the bilayer are "hydrophilic"(water loving) meaning that they are compatable with water in the cytosol and outside the cell. It is often found by the protoplasm (the living content of the cell). It is is found in both animal and plant cells. It can also separate the components from the environment.

golgi apperatis - Has a membrane - bound stucture. A stack of membrane - bound vesicles that are important in packaging macromolecules for transporting somewhere else in the cell.The stack of the larger vesicles is surrounded by numerous vesicles,containing the packaged macromolecules. It is found in a lot of Eukaryote cells.It was identified in 1898 by in an italian physician,Camillo Golgi. It is found in most cells and is one of the packaging organelles.

Endoplasmic reticulum (ER) - A general structure of the ER is en extensive membrane network cisternea (sac-like structures) held together by the cytoskelton. It serves as many general functions. It includes the facilitation of protein foldings. The transport of synthesized proteins in sacs are called cisternea.It works closely to the golgi apparatus, the ribososmes and a bunch more.the ER looks different from cell to cell, depending on its functions. there are two types of ERs. there is the rough ER and there Os the smooth ER.they have the same types of membranes, but they have different shapes.







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