Cell Smore

By: Katelyn Spahn

Cell Membrane (both)

The cell membrane is the part of the cell that lets stuff go into and out of the cell. For example: if your at a door and a good person wants to come in you'll let them in, if theres a bad person (robber) you won't let them in. that is the job of a cell membrane.
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Cell Wall (plant)

The cell wall is the layer that protects the cell membrane and everything inside the cell. For example: if you where in a house/building and theres a tornado outside the building is protecting everything inside it.
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Nucleus (animal)

The nucleus acts as the cells brain.
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Nucleolus (both)

The nucleolus holds DNA which proteins the cell.
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Cytoplasm (both)

The liquid stuff that fills the cell up.
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Ribosome (both)

Follows ruler from the nucleus. For example: factories
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Mitochondria (both)

Produces energy called ATP which fuels the cell. For examples: power
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Vacuole (both)

They store water and nutrients for the cell and protein to survive.
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Golgi Body (both)

Its the packaging unit for the cell.
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Rough ER (both)

Consists sacks of proteins and nutrients.
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Smooth ER (both)

Provides liquids ext. For example: a water bottle.
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Lysosome (animal)

Stations that break down waste and protein.
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Chlorplasts (plant)

Uses sun light as there main food source. For example: power plant from the sun
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Prokaryotic Cells (bacteria)

These type of cells are bacteria which antibiotics can treat. Prokaryotic have no nucleus. They are also single-celled organisms.
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Eukaryotic Cells (plant and animal cells)

Eukaryotic cells are cells that are in plants and animals, they have a nucleus, they are larger than prokaryotic, found in organisms that are made of lots of cells (plant and animal).
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The 3 parts of the Cell Theory

1. All organisms are composed of one or more cell.

2. The cell is the basic unit of structure in organization in organisms.

3. All cells come from preexisting cells.

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Here is the organization starting from the cell:

The first one is the organelle, then the cell, then the tissues, then organs, then the organ system. You start from an organelle because thats what comes from the cell, then comes the cell because it is the basic unit of structure to life, then tissues because a bunch of cells make tissues, after that is the organs because the organs come from tissues and cells, then lastly you have an organ system which is made out of the organs that are made out of tissues and cells.
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