ScienceProject: Cell Organelles Cooperation
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This is the third part of my project.
How do cells' organelles help get energy for the cell (Animal)
First, the cell membrane lets in the food molecules and other needed essentials such as oxygen. The food molecules that are needed are led to the mitochondria via cytoplasm. It is sent to the mitochondria to be broken down into energy for the cell. The unneeded food molecules will be transported to the designated vacuole.
How do cells' organelles help the cell get energy (plant)
First, the cell membrane and cell wall let in needed essentials such carbon dioxide and water. The unneeded water will go to the central vacuole to be stored. The needed water and carbon dioxide will be transported to the chloroplast via cytoplasm. The chloroplast produces sugar through photosynthesis. This sugar gets transfered to the mitochondria to be made into energy.
How do cells' organelles help the cell reproduce
The cell membrane and or cell wall keeps the structure of the cell during division. The needed nutrients will pass through both going to the ribosomes to create protein, food molecules will get transported to the mitochondria. It then gets made into energy. The protein helps build the new parts, while, the energy helps the cell keep functioning. The nucleus then makes sure there is a copy of the DNA and RNA going to the offspring.
How does the cell's organelles get nutrients for the cell
The cell membrane/cell wall lets in needed goods. After the mitochondria are done processing, the nutrients get transferred to the ribosomes to create protein. The unneeded nutrients and waste in animal cell get transferred to their designated vacuole. To later be used or be digested by the lysosome.
How do the cell's organelles help the cell develop
The cell membrane and or cell wall lets in nutrients needed. The food molecules go to the mitochondria to later power the ribosomes who create protein. These protein gets later used to repair the cell or speed up chemical processes. Slowly the cell increases size due to the volume increase of its organelles.
How do the cell's organelles help get rid of waste for the cell
After the cell is done processing sugar into energy the waste gets send to the vacuole for animal cells. To be then digested by the lysosome. For plants, the water unneeded gets stored, while the waste gets digested. After they digest the waste it is given to the cell membrane to throw out.
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