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Cell science in School! by Justice Rizzo
The nucleus commands the cell, Ribosome makes protein, Lysosome removes waste, Mitochondria creates energy, Chloroplast produces photosynthesis for plant cells, cell wall protects plant cells from the outside, cell membrane also protects like the cell wall, Vacuole stores materials, and centrioles help divide cells in animal cells.
There are three theories of cells: All living things are made of cells, new cells come from a cell division, and cells are the structure and necessary for living things.
Prokayotes don't have as many organelles as Eukaryotes but they still have Mitochondria, Endoplasmic Reticulum, and other similar organelles. They also don't have a cytoplasm. An example of prokaryotes is bacteria.
Eukaryotes have an enclosed nucleus in the membrane, unlike prokaryotes. They can have cell walls and vacuoles like in plant cells or they can have lysosomes which are only in animal cells. Eukaryotes have mitochondria, ribosomes, and cytoplasm like prokaryotes. An example of a eukaryote is plant cells.
Works Cited Quora.com Biologydictonary.net Vocabulary.com Study.com Asrc.agri.missouri.edu Ck12.com Course.lumenlearning.com Britannica.com
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