BC: Homeostasis | Homeostasis is when the body is in a stable equilibrium to where the body is function at a normal rate. At homeostasis enzymes are correctly ‘folded’, your body is at the correct body temperature, your body has the right pH level of your blood at 7.365. Homeostasis regulates your body so that your alive today.
FC: CELLS | Matthew Ewing and Robby Evans JR.
1: CELL THEORY | The cell theory is as follows, there are three theory's on cells. 1) All living organisms are composed of cells. They may be unicellular or multicellular. 2) The cell is the basic unit of life. Every living thing comes from a living cell. 3) Cells arise from pre-existing cells. This means that all cells came from a cell before it; you came from your parents, who came from each of their parents, and so on.
2: The FouR | Mathias Schleiden was a German botanist and studied plant cells in 1838. He also helped write the cell theory | Theodor Schwann founded and studied the animal cell in 1839. He called in the Schwann Cell after himself
3: Scientist | Robert Hooke invented the microscope in 1663. he also wrote cell principals and called it Hooke's law. | Rudolf Virchow concluded that every cell comes from another existing cell. The principal was called virchow's Archives
4: EUKARYOTIC vs. PROKARYOTIC | EUKARYOTIC vs. PROKARYOTIC | Eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells may look or sound similar, but they are both very different. Eukaryotic cells are have a nucleus, unlike their counter part, the prokaryotic cell. The prokaryotic cells are the smallest of them all, they don’t keep their DNA in a nucleus, but it is spread throughout the cell; Eukaryotic DNA is linear while prokaryotic DNA is circular. | EUKARYOTIC vs. PROKARYOTIC
6: PLANT vs. ANIMAL CELLS | Both plant and animal cells are eukaryotic; Animal and plant cells are very different though in ways such as structure and organelles inside of the cells. There are also many similarities between the two, plant cells have whats called a cell wall for structural support which animal cells don't. Plant cells also have a much larger vacuole that consumes up to 90% of the cell, while the animals are much smaller; Plant cells have a chloroplast which carries out the function of photosynthesis. The main difference is structure animal cell is more rounded or free formed; all of the other organelle's are the same within both cells, but plant cells have a few that animals don't.
8: Nucleus: a center structure with in the eurkayotic cell containing genetic material, known as the brain of the cell. Vacuole: Holds water within the cell. Cell membrane: separates the interior of all cells from the outside environment. Cell wall: Protects plant from the outside world, they also give support. Golgi apparatus: The the ‘UPS’ center of the cell, transports things in and out. | Ten Cell Structures
9: Ribosomes: Create proteins within the cell. Lysosomes: Breaks down waste within the cell. Mitochondria: Provide energy to the cells, mighty mido. Cytoplasm: Liquid portion inside of a cell in which it keeps everything still. Chloroplast: A plastid that contains chlorophyll and in which photosynthesis takes place.