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  • Hello everyone my name is Robert Hooke
  • CELLS: The OverviewBY: Regan John Fernandes
  • CELLS: Organelles
  • CELLS: The Basics- Discovered By Robert Hooke in 1665- There are two differentPlant CellsAnimal Cells- Cells contain many organelles, but the three main ones are :Nucleus Lysosome Endoplasmic Reticulum
  • I discovered cells in 1665 while observing cork. I referred to them as cells . 
  • CELLS: The Basics-Discovered By Robert Hooke in 1665- There are two main types: Prokaryotic Eukaryotic- Prokaryotic Cells are usually bacteria.- Eukaryotic Cells can be divide into two subcategories: Plant CellsAnimal Cells
  • Cells can be categorized into two groups: Prokaryotic Cells and Eukaryotic Cells
  • Eukaryotic Cells then can be separated a second time.
  • CELLS: The Basics- Discovered By Robert Hooke in 1665- There are two differenttypes: 1) Plant Cells 2) Animal Cells- Cells contain many organelles, but three are:1) Nucleus 2) Lysosome 3) Endoplasmic Reticulum
  • CELLS: The Basics-Discovered By Robert Hooke in 1665- There are two main types: 1) Prokaryotic 2) Eukaryotic- ProkaryoticCells are usuallybacteria.- Eukaryotic Cells can be divide into two subcategories:1) Plant Cells2) Animal Cells
  • Cells are made up of many organelles, meaning little organs. Many of the cells are the same in both types, but some organelles are only found in plant or animal cells.
  • Eukaryotic Cells can be categorizedinto two groups: plant cells or animal cells.
  • Plant and animal cells are similar in many ways, but they also have their differences.
  • CELLS: The Basics- Discovered By Robert Hooke in 1665- There are two differenttypes: 1) Plant Cells 2) Animal Cells- Cells contain many organelles, but three are:1) Nucleus 2) Lysosome 3) Endoplasmic Reticulum
  • Indside of Cells there are many
  • Here are two diagrams of both Plant and Animal Cells.
  • So, let's dive right in!
  • CELLS: The Basics- Discovered By Robert Hooke in 1665- There are two differenttypes: 1) Plant Cells 2) Animal Cells- Cells contain many organelles, but three are:1) Nucleus 2) Lysosome 3) Endoplasmic Reticulum
  • CELLS: Organelles- Cells contain many organelles, but three are:1) Nucleus 2) Lysosome 3) Endoplasmic Reticulum
  • The first organelle we will cover is the nucleus. 
  • Indside of Cells there are many
  • Cells are made up of many organelles, meaning little organs. Many of the cells are the same in both types, but some organelles are only found in plant or animal cells.
  • Nucleus
  • So, Let's Dive right in!
  • So, let's dive right in!
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