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FC: Hello my name is Tylissha Rich. Welcome to the World of Animal Composite Cells.

1: Animal composite cell

2: Table of Contents Cell Membrance..............................................3 Cytoplasm...........................................................4 Endoplasmic Reticulum...........................5 Ribosomes..........................................................6 Golgi Apparatus............................................7 Mitochondria..................................................8 Peroxisomes......................................................9 Microfilaments and Microtubules..10 Centrosome........................................................11 Cilia and Flagella......................................12 Vesicles..............................................................13 Nucleus...............................................................14 Nuclear Envelope........................................15 Nucleolus..........................................................16 Chromatin and Chromosomes.............17

3: *Inside-nutrients, proteins, and salts | *50% of Cell *every cell has one | *Outside- proteins and lipids

4: *Mostly water and protein material *Were cellular activities happen

5: *10% of Cell *Consist of sacs and branching tubules *Has 2 types: Rough Smooth

6: *60% rRNA ...*Millions to Thousands in a Cell

7: *Puts proteins in sacs *IncomingVesicles-Open *Outgoing Vesicles-Closed

8: *Produces ATP *have there own DNA,RNA, and ribosomes

9: *Found in cytoplasm *rids cells of toxins *look like lysosomes *metabolic disorders due to defects in the peroxisomes

10: *MICROFILAMENTS *can divide and go to two different cells...each ends are different..ban be under the plasma membrane *MICROTUBULES *help form spindle fibers...things move through it to other parts of the cell

11: *where microtubles are produces, *cell...cell divison make new ones

12: *protects lungs *cilia-whip-like *flagella-smooth

13: *used for the movement of chemicals

14: *The DNA is stored in the Nucleus *Cell activities are determined here *Most cells only have one Nucleus *Nucleolus, Nuclear Envelope, Chromatin, and Chromosomes are in the Nucleus

15: *Double-layered membrane *Inner surface linings in called nuclear lamina *has spaces between the layers, that are connected to the ER

16: *Manufactures Ribosomes *Nucleolus forms after the cell divides *Does not have a membrane

17: Two Types of Chromatin: *Euchromatin *Heterochromatin *Chrromsomes have one of the 46 molecules

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