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Science-CELLS

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Cell Membrane One function of the cell membrane is to keep the cell and it's environment separate. Another function is to allow things in or out of the cell.
Cytoplasm The function of the Cytoplasm is to suspend structures and/or move structures and material throughout the cell by Cytoplasm Streaming,
Nucleus The function of the Nucleus is to direct all of the activities of the cell.
Mitochondrion The function of the Mitochondrion is to break down "cell food" to release energy for use in the cells.
Endoplasmic Reticulum (er) The function is to be a path to help move things from the Nucleus to the edges of the cell.
Ribosome The function of the Ribosome is to make proteins.
Golgi Bodies The function is to package proteins (and other things cells make) and begin the process of moving proteins (and other things cells make) out of cells.
Vacuole The function is to store things in the cell.
Lysosome The function is to digest waste and worn out cell parts.
Cell Wall It's function is to protect and support the cell.
Chloroplast It's function is to change light energy into chemical energy, in the form of sugar or starch. They are always have color and most of them are green.
Cytoskeleton It contains the Cytoskeleton, solid and hollow tubes that helps keep their shape, change their shape, or in some cases move.
Cells They are the smallest unit that functions independently.
Tissue Is a group of cells that work together to do the same job or function.
Organ Is a group of cells that work together to do the same job or function.
System Is a group of cells that work together to do the same job or function.
Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells. 1. Plant Cells have a Cell Wall; Animal Cells only have a Cell Membrane.
Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells. Plant cells have a large central water Vacuole; Animal Cells only have small Vacuoles.
Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells. Animal Cells have a Cytoskeleton, but Plant Cells do not.
Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells. Plant Cells have Chloroplasts but Animal Cells do not.
Differences Between Plant and Animal Cells. In general, Plant Cells are rectangular and Animal Cells are rounded.
Created by: E.Benjamin