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S: The World of Cells

BC: Just Married...

FC: The World of Cells: The Marriage

1: The three principles of cell theory include: all life forms are made from one or more cells, cells only arise from pre-existing cells, and the cell is the smallest form of life. | The three principles of cell theory include: all life forms are made from one or more cells, cells only arise from pre-existing cells, and the cell is the smallest form of life. | The three principles of cell theory include: all life forms are made from one or more cells, cells only arise from pre-existing cells, and the cell is the smallest form of life. | The three principles of cell theory include: all life forms are made from one or more cells, cells only arise from pre-existing cells, and the cell is the smallest form of life. | The three principles of cell theory include: all life forms are made from one or more cells, cells arise from per-existing cells, the cell is the smallest form of life. | One of the first three principles was taken out and was proven wrong. The theory was cell form by free form formations. | The Vows | The Old Vow

2: Antonie Leeuwenhoek The wedding planner | The Priest : "Father Robert Hooke" | Theodor Schwann: Best Man | Matthias Schlieden Best Man

3: Cells were discovered by Dutch scientist, Robert Hooke in 1665. He observed cells using his microscope. Hooke is known as the "father of biology". Antonie Leeuwenhoek was the first to discover bacteria and protozoa. In 1839, Theodor Schwann and Matthias Schleiden formed the principles of cell theory.

4: The guests and recipients- Eukaryotes | The Waiters and Workers- Prokaryotes

5: Eukaryotic cells are more complex cells than prokaryotes. One of the key differences between them is that prokaryotes do not have a nucleus in the middle of the cell, while eukaryotes does. All bacteria are prokaryote organisms, while most living things are eukaryote organisms such as animal, plants, fungi,and protists. Prokaryote cells are very small(average size of 8 micrometers long), while eukaryote cells are 10 times larger.

6: The Wife | The Husband

7: Together

8: Plants and animal cells are alike in may ways but the differences they have make them unique in many ways. They both have nucleus, cytoplasm, smooth and rough ER, ribosomes, mitochondria, golgi appartus, and flagella. On the contrary, there are many differences between the two. Animal cells are round in shape while plant cells are rectangular in shape. Animals cells do not contain chloroplast while plant cells do. The reason for this is because plant cells make their own food. Animal cells have one or more small vacuoles while plant cells have one large vacuole that takes up 90% of the cell's volume. Animals cells don't have a cell wall while plant cells do.

9: The brides side of the family and guest will sit in the plant cell section meant for all those plant cell-like. | The family and friend's of the grooms side of the family will sit on the animal cell section meant for all those animal cell-like

11: - Flagella- long projections that move in a wave-like motion - Nucleolus- where ribosomes are made - Endoplasmic reticulum- moves proteins and other substances through the cell -Ribosomes- make proteins -Golgi Apparatus- packaging and distribution of the cell -Mitochondria- provide energy of the cell -Chloroplasts- capture light energy and produce food for the plants -Cytoskeleton- gives the cell its shape, holds organelles in place -Nucleus- holds the DNA and assembles ribosomes -Central Vacuole- central water supply in plant cells Cell Wall-helps keep the cell protected from virus's and keep other organelles from entering the cell. | The people who helped make this possible for both sides

12: This is the outer most layer for plant cells. | The entrance at the front will check you in to the wedding. They will make sure only the intended guest enter.

13: Cell membranes are the thin, outer layer of the cell. In a way it's kind of like our skin. It holds the cell together. It controls the movement of substances going in and out of the cell.

14: For cells to be able to work properly and most efficiently they must have and maintain a constant internal environment and must be able to reproduce themselves when needed by the body.

15: We hope that the intended couple will have a constant and stable marriage and that they have a happy family marriage as the first ever cross cell type marriage.

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  • Title: The World of Cells
  • Created by Michael and Carlos Created for PAP Biology
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