by:Corin Nowak Joe Angell

Cell Structure

Cell Organelles

The ER makes and moves proteins and lipids


Cell membrane lets things in and out

Cell wall supports the cell

Cytoplasm holds the cell parts

The Vacuole holds water

Chloroplast this involves photosynthesis

DNA Cromosomes is basically the instructions for the genes

Ribosomes makes the proteins

Mitocondria makes the ATP energy

The golgi body transfers stuff its like the ups

Nucleolus is the middle of the cell it also makes ribosomes

nuclear membrane this encloses the nucleus

nucleus this controls the cell and holds the DNA



LIpid Bilayers

In membrane biology, fusion is the process by which two initially distinct lipid bilayers merge their hydrophobic cores, resulting in one interconnected structure. If this fusion proceeds completely through both leaflets of both bilayers, an aqueous bridge is formed and the internal contents of the two structures can mix.


Cell transport

The cell is bound by an outer membrane that, in accord with the fluid mosaic model, is comprised of a phospholipid lipid bilayer with proteins—molecules that also act as receptor sites—interspersed within the phospholipid bilayer. Varieties of channels exist within the membrane. There are a number of internal cellular membranes that partially partition the intercellular matrix, and that ultimately become continuous with the nuclear membrane.