by: Ben Bohnaker
This is what lets things in and out of the cell like the border patrol. This is the guard of the cells and lets things in that the cell need like oxygen and nutrients but not things such as carbon dioxide.
Its the liquid inside a a cell that every part of a cell floats around in. This is what the cell is filled with so that it can function correctly.
It follows the nucleus's instructions like a little minion. This is also like a messenger that sends the nucleus's commands though out the cell.
This is what makes energy in the cells. These are like power plants for the cell and makes all the power that the cell uses or needs to use.
This is what store water for the cells. This is like a bucket or some sort of container that collects water for the cell and stores it and uses the water when needed.
This is like a packaging plant that are needed like lipids and proteins. This is what puts all of the excess proteins and puts them away for later use in case the cell runs out.
this is what keeps the cells shape and keeps its content from being damaged. This is like a knight's armor of a cell and keeps it safe.
this is like the power plant of the cell it makes the cells power pretty much these are like little solar panels
Cell theory refers to the idea that cells are the basic unit of structure in every living thing.
prokaryotic vs. eukaryotic
these are both cells but there is a difference and that is that eukaryotic has all the organelles of a plant or animal cell but a prokaryotic does not.
Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
cellular respiration vs. photosynthesis
Photosynthesis is the process by which organisms that contain the pigment chlorophyll convert light energy into chemical energy which can be stored in the molecular bonds of organic molecules. Photosynthesis powers almost all trophic chains and food webs on the Earth.
Respiration is the general process by which organisms oxidize organic molecules and derive energy from the molecular bonds that are broken.