Cells (bio)

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  • Created on: 08-05-13 20:59
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  • Cells
    • Animal cells
      • Nucleus
        • Contains GENETIC MATERIAL that controls the activities of the cell
      • Cytoplasm
        • Gel-like substance where most of the CHEMICAL REACTIONS happen
        • Contains ENZYMES that control chemical reactions
      • Cell membrane
        • Holds the cell together and controls what goes IN and OUT
        • *All the animal cells*
          • Cytoplasm
            • Gel-like substance where most of the CHEMICAL REACTIONS happen
            • Contains ENZYMES that control chemical reactions
          • Nucleus
            • Contains GENETIC MATERIAL that controls the activities of the cell
          • Mitochondria
            • Where most of the reactions for RESPPIRATION happen
            • Respiration releases ENERGY that the cell needs to work
      • Mitochondria
        • Where most of the reactions for RESPPIRATION happen
        • Respiration releases ENERGY that the cell needs to work
      • Ribosomes
        • Where PROTEINS are made in the cell
        • *All the animal cells*
      • Plant cells
        • Rigid cell wall
          • Made of CELLULOSE
          • SUPPORTS the cell and strengthens it
        • Permanent vacuole
          • Contains CELL SAP. (weak solution of sugar and salts)
        • Chloroplasts
          • Where PHOTOSYNTHESIS occurs, which makes food for the plant
          • They contain a GREEN substance called CHLOROPHYLL
      • Yeast cell
        • YEAST is a SINGLE-CELLED oraganism
        • Yeast is a MICROORGANISM
        • A yeast cell has;
          • NUCLEUS
          • CYTOPLASM
          • CELL MEMBRANE
      • Bacterial cell
        • BACTERIAL cells have NO NUCLEUS
        • A bacterial cell has;
          • CYTOPLASM
          • CELL MEMBRANE
            • surrounded by a CELL WALL
              • CYTOPLASM
        • The GENETIC MATERIAL floats in the cytoplasm because bacterial cells don't have a NUCLEUS

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