Animal Cells

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  • Animal Cells
    • Nucleus: an organelle which contains the genetic material that controls the cell's activities. It is surrounded by its own membrane
      • Cytoplasm: a gel-like substance where most of the cell's chemical reactions happen. It contains enzymes which control these reactions.
    • Cell Membrane: this membrane forms the outer surface of the cell and controls the substances that go in and out.
      • Cytoplasm: a gel-like substance where most of the cell's chemical reactions happen. It contains enzymes which control these reactions.
    • Animal cells do not have a cell wall
    • They don't have chloroplasts and they can't photosynthesise
    • They are multi-cellular
    • Most animal cells have some kind of nervous coordination
    • They often store carbs in the form of glycogen

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