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Cell Revision Notes

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Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells;
Organelle Diagram Structure Function
Nucleus Nuclear envelope~ Double *Control centre of the cell
membrane that surround the through production of mRNA
nucleus and tRNA hence protein
Nuclear Pore~ allows synthesis
passage of large molecules *Retain genetic information
e.g. mRNA *Manufacture ribosomal RNA
Chromosomes~ consists of and…

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Mitochondria Usually rod-shaped and 1-10 *Site of aerobic respiration
micrometres in length *Responsible for the
Double membrane around production of energy~ carrier
the cell that controls molecule ATP from
entry/exits of material. The respiratory substance e.g.
inner membrane is folded to glucose
from extensions known a *Metabolically active; require
CRISTAE…

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STROMA(fluid) has enzymes
for stage 2 photosynthesis
Golgi apparatus Have flattened sacs, *Rough endoplasmic
membranes called cristae reticulum transport the
Vesicles~ small, round , protein to the Golgi
hollow- pinch off apparatus apparatus
*Packages proteins in
vesicles and transport to all
membranes and out of cell
*Form lysosomes
* Transport…

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nuclear membrane. The especially proteins
membranes enclose a throughout the cell
network of tubules and
flattened sacs called
CISTERNAE
Smooth Endoplasmic Same as RER but lack *synthesise, transport and
Reticulum (SER) ribosomes store lipids
*synthesise, transport and
store hormones

Cell wall In plants- made of micro *Provides strength to cell…

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-Some pigment such as
anthocyanin
Comparing animal, plant and prokaryotic cells

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Viruses

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