FC: Raquel Staples Miranda Noriega | CELLS
1: Cell Theory | 3 Parts Of Cell Theory | All living things are made of cells | Cells are the basic units of structure and functions in organisms | All cells arise from existing cells
2: Scientists | Hooke: | First applied the word cell to describe a basic unit of life. | Schleiden: | In 1833 concluded that all plants are made of plant cells | Shwann: | Developed cell theory | Virchow: | Concluded that cells can reproduce cells
3: Prokaryote Vs. Eukaryote | Eukaryote: Organisms whose cells have a nucleus | Prokaryote: Organisms whose cells lack a nucleus
4: Cell structures | Mitochondria | Ribosomes | Lysosomes | Smooth ER | Rough ER | Found in animal cells. Generates most of the cells adenosine | Structure in which protein is made. Found in both plant and animal cells | Contains and breaks down old organelles and bacteria. Found in both plant and animal cells | Makes lipids and breaks down toxic substances. Found in both animal and plant cells. | Helps transport proteins, found in both animal and plant cells.
5: Golgi Apparatus | Chloroplast | Cytoplasm | Cell Wall | Vacuole | Helps make, package, and send materials out of the cell. Found in both animal and plant cells. | Uses photosynthesis to make energy for the cell. Found in plant cells. | Holds all the oragnelles in the cell, and transports nutrients. Found in both animal and plant cells. | Supports and protects the cell. Found in only plant cells. | Stores enzymes or water. Found in both animal and plant cells.
6: Plant Vs. Animal cells | -Contains a cell wall, and chloroplast -Energy made in the chloroplast -Has a rectangular shape with rounded corners | Plant cells | Animal cells | -Does not have a cell wall, only cell membrane. -Energy is made in the Mitochondria -Has a irregular shape
7: Homeostasis | The tendency of an organism or cell to regulate its internal condition. Such as the chemical condition of its body fluids.
8: Cell Membrane | 3 main parts | Carbohydrates | Membrane proteins | Lipid Bilayer
9: The cell membrane protects the interior contents in the cell. It also provides structual support