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The cells

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Brief review of cells' components

Brief review of cells' components

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  • 1. The Cells Asperges Erika Corvace Giusy
  • 2. Index
    • Introduction
    • Animal cells
    • Plant cells
    • Bacteria cells
    Images from: www.bbc.co.uk
  • 3. Introduction
    • What?
    • Properties?
    • Different types?
    Cell: Index
  • 4. Animal cell
    • Eukaryotic cell
  • 5. It has:
    • Plasma membrane: movements of substances; double phospholipids layer and
    • proteins.
    • Nucleus: control centre; genetic material (DNA).
    Images from: http://google.images.it
  • 6.
    • Endoplasmatic reticulum: rough: ribosomes (proteins) and smooth: lipids.
    • Golgi apparatus: wraps up and send substances.
    Images from: http://google.images.it
  • 7.
    • Mitochondrion: sites of energy.
    • Ribosomes: make proteins from amino acids
    Images from: http://google.images.it
  • 8.
    • Lysosomes: enzyme-filled sacs.
    • Vescicles: substances container.
    Index Images from: http://google.images.it
  • 9. Plant cell
    • Eukaryotic cell
  • 10. It has:
    • Plasma membrane: movements of substances; double phospholipids layer and
    • proteins.
    • Nucleus: control centre; genetic material (DNA).
    Images from: http://google.images.it
  • 11.
    • Endoplasmatic reticulum: rough: ribosomes (proteins) and smooth: lipids.
    • Golgi apparatus: wraps up and send substances.
    Images from: http://google.images.it
  • 12.
    • Mitochondrion: sites of energy.
    • Chloroplast: contains chlorophyll; light energy into carbohydrates.
    • Ribosomes: make proteins from amino acids
    Images from: http://google.images.it
  • 13.
    • Lysosomes: enzyme-filled sacs.
    • Vescicles: substances container.
    Images from: http://google.images.it
  • 14.
    • Vacuole: sacs with water and nutritional substances .
    • Cell wall: rigid membrane of cellulose.
    Index Images from: http://google.images.it
  • 15. Bacterial cell
    • Prokaryotic cell
  • 16. It has:
    • Genetic material: DNA without nucleus.
    • Plasmid: piece of DNA important in genetic engineering
    Images from: http://google.images.it
  • 17.
    • Capsule: slimy secretions to protect.
    • Bacteria Cell Wall: shape and strength; stops bacteria from swelling and bursting .
    Images from: http://google.images.it
    • Plasma membrane: movements of substances; double phospholipids layer and
    • proteins.
    Bacteria cell wall Capsule
  • 18.
    • Flagellum: helps to move.
    • Ribosomes: make proteins from amino acids
    Images from: http://google.images.it Index Go ahead
  • 19. THE END