By: Max Glover
Organelles in a Cell
Nucleus: Found in both plant and animal cell, the nucleus is the organelle that holds the DNA and tells the rest of the organelles what to do. It is like the mayor.
A group of cells make a tissue. The tissues get together and form all organs in our body. Then, all the organs together are the organ system. When you put all that together, you get an organism.
Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
Eukaryotic cells are the cells we are made of. They have a nucleus, so antibiotics do not work on them because they cannot get to the nucleus. They also have a cell membrane and/or cell wall. Ex. plant and human cells.