Cells

The basic unit of all life.

Cell Parts

The Nucleus

This is the part of the cell that hold the DNA, which is what make all of our body up. The cell is like the mayor of a city, because it controls the whole cell. This organelle is in both plants and animals.
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Mitochondria

The mitochondria is the part that makes ATP for the cell, once the ATP adjust breaks that is what creates energy for the cell. The name to remember mitochondria is called mighty mitochondria. This organelle is in both plants and animals.
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Cell Membrane

This is the organelle that dictates what can come in and what is put out. The membrane surrounds the whole cell. This organelle is in both plants and animals.
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Cytoplasm

This organelle is a gel like that is near to jello. The purpose is to hold all the organelles together. The cytoplasm in both plants and animal cells.
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Vacuole

This is the part of the cell that holds the water as well as nutrients. The vacuole is in both the plant and animal cells but the one is the plant vacuoles is much larger than the animals
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Endoplasmic Reticulum

This is the part of the cell that is the highway for the cell. This is where information as well as nutrients are shipped to different parts of the cell. The ER is in both the plant and the animal cells.
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Ribosomes

This is the part of the cell that creates proteins for the cell. These proteins are vital for the survival of a cell. This part is like a small factory.
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Chloroplast

This is the part of the cell that produces glucose from the sun, which is later goes to the mitochondria which makes energy. They are a major part of a cellular respiration. They are only found in plant cells.
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Cell Wall

The cell wall is the part of a plant cell that keeps its structure and it also protects from foreign material from coming in. Cell wall is only found in plants.
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Cell Theory

The three theories are below:

  1. All living organisms are composed of one or more cells.
  2. The cell is the most basic unit of life.
  3. All cells arise from pre-existing, living cells.

Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells

Prokaryotic

Prokaryotic cells are cells that don't have a cell bound organelles. These are cells that bacteria have as well as fungus and protist.
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Eukaeryotic

These are the opposite. These cells are bound together and don"t move around. These cells are ones that have a protective nucleus. Some examples are humans and plants.

The Order of Cells To Organism

The process goes cells to tissue to organ to organ system to organism. This happens from cells keep coming together in this order to make up the body.