Cell-abrate the System!
With all of the organelles! By: Corinn Szostkiewcz
Let's start with the Nucleus!
Animal cell: the centrosome is two smaller organelles called centrioles. The centrosome splits in cell division while the centrioles make copies of themselves. the new cell has two centrosomes and centrioles. The centrosomes move to opposite ends of the nucleus and create microtubules. They grow and are now responsible for splitting new chromosomes into new cells.
Centriole In only Animal Cells!!
Smooth and Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Chloroplast Only in Plant Cell!!
Large Central Vacuole Only in Plant Cells!!
Cell Wall only in plant cells!!
How do they work together in a cell?
The nucleolus, and the Rough endoplasmic Reticulum
The nucleolus is responsible for making RNA. The ribosomes. These ribisomes move out of the nucleolus, and out of the nucleus to the rough endoplasmic reticulum. This RNA is then used as part of protein sythesis. It comes from the nucleus and each RNA makes to protein chain longer by adding an amino acid to the end of each one. Once it is on the rough endoplasmic reticulum and are transported throughout the cell
Centrosome, Centriole, and nucleus
To make a new cell the centrosome, centriole,and the nucleus have to work togther. The centrioles make replicas of themselves and the centrosome. The centrosome does the dividing. The centrosomes move to opposite ends of the nucleus and grow microtubles. The tublues that they grow around the nucleus are responsible for splitting the chromosomes into the new cells.
Lysosomes and the vacuole
Without both of these organelles working together intracellular digestion would not work. The lysosomes release white blood cells that eat bacteria. These cells are released into the vacuole to break down and digest the bacteria.
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum and the Nuclear membrane
The cell as a system
SO CEL-ABRATE THE SYSTEM WITH ALL THE ORGANELLES!!