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Science cell parts

Cell Wall Protects the cell and gives it shape
Cell Membrane Regulates interactions between rhe cell and the enviroment
Nueleus Directs all cell activeties
Ribosomes they make protienes
Golgi Bodies Sort protiene,other cellular substances, and package them into vesicals
Cytoplasm Suspend structures or move structures and material through out the cell by Cytoplasmic Streaming
Mitochondrion release energy for use in the cells
Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) Be a path to help move things from the nucleus to the edges of the cell
Vacuole like sacs that different stuff is packaged into
Lysosome Digest waste and worn out ell parts
Chloroplast To change light energy into chemical energy
Cytoskeleton solid and hollow tubes that helps cells keeps their shap
Cells Are the smallest unit that function independently
Tissue Is a group of cells that work together to do the same job
Organ Is a group of tissues that work together to do the same job or function
System Is a group of organs that work together to do the same job or function
Difference #1 Plant cells have a cell wall and a cell membrane; Animals cells only have a Cell mpmbrane
Difference #2 animal cells have a cytoskeleton, but plant cells do not.
Difference #3 plant cells have Chloroplasts but animal cells do not.
Difference #4 plant cells have a large cenrreal water bacuole; animals cells only have small vacuoles
Difference #5 in general, plant cells are rectangular and animal cells are rounded
Created by: aimeebarousse