Cell Parts and Functions:
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Cell Parts & Functions: 1)Cell Wall 2) Cell Membrane 3) Nucleus 4) Organelles: Mitochondria, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Chloroplast, Vacuole, Lysosomes, Golgi Apparatus, & Ribosomes
How Cells are Viewed:
Cells that have been treated by dyes and are made clear to see the cell structures, are viewed by scientists through a flourecent mircoscope. The microscope uses a strong light to activate dyes on the cells and make them seem as they were glowing.
Basic Structures of the Animal Cells can be viewed through the microscope.
1) When viewing a cell in a microscope , the outer layer of the cell and sometimes smaller structures can be seen. 2) Each kind of cell structure has a different function. 3) Plants and Animals have cells that share common similarities and vast differences.
All cells have membranes.Both animal and plant cells have cell membranes. In animal cells, a cell was does not border the cell, so the cell membrane forms the main barrier of the cell and its environment. The cell membrane in the animal cell give the cell its main structure. Materials are regulated to leave or enter through the cell membrane though active and passive transport. Everything a cell needs passes through the cell membrane such as food particles, water, and oxygen. Waste product produced by the cell such as carbon Dioxide leaves through the cell membrane.
The nucleus found in both plant and animal cells: it is the largest of all the organelles is a oval like structure. The Nucleus is the cell power house. It regulates all the activities of the other organelles. The Nucleus also stores genetic information. The nucleus is made of: a nuclear envelope, chromatin, and a nucleolus.
Nucleous - Ribosome are made here Chromatin - Stores genetic information that directs cells Nuclear Envelope: Allows substrances to pass through the pores.
Ribosomes are small grain-like structures found in both plant and animal cells. These ribosomes are produces in the Nucleolus. With help from the Rough Endoplasmic reticulumn Ribosomes produce protiens that are later transported and packages by the Golgi Apparatus and Rough Endoplasmic Reticulm.
Ribosomes create perfect protiens that the cell can use for a matter of functions.
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