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cell parts

animal and plant cell parts and their functions

parts of a animal cell? cell membrane, cytoplasm, mitochondria, nucleus, ribosomes, Golgi bodies and vacuole
parts of a plant cell? cell membrane, cytoplasm, mitochondria, nucleus, vacuole, cell wall, chloroplasts, ribosomes and Golgi bodies
cell membrane? control what goes in and out of the cell. 'border control.' In both animal and plant cells
cytoplasm? jelly like fluid that fills the cell. In both animal and plant cells
mitochondria? 'power house' that breaks down nutrients into energy. In both animal and plant cells
nucleus? the 'brain' of the cell that holds the DNA information. In both animal and plant cells
vacuole? holds the waste and provides pressure to strengthen the structure In both animal and plant cells. Plant cells has a much bigger one
ribosomes? make protein for the cell. In both animal and plant cells
Golgi bodies? processes and stores macro-molecules like proteins and lipids. In both animal and plant cells
cell wall? offers structure and protection for the cell. Just in plant cells
chloroplasts? convert light energy from the sun to make sugars that are needed by the cell. This process is called photosynthesis. makes the cell plant green. Just in plant cells
O2+glucose>CO2+H2O? cell gets glucose from food breakdown and oxygen (O2) from breathing and uses them to make energy. The byproduct or waste is carbon-dioxide (CO2) and dihydrogen monoxide or water (H2O)
what shape are plant cells? rectangular
what shape are animal cells? circular
Created by: EllieZeckendorf
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