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Cell – basic structural
and functional unit

• The cell is the basic
structural, functional and biological
unit of all kno...
The CELL
Theory
• The observations of Hooke,
Leeuwenhoek, Schleiden,
Schwann, Virchow, and others
led to the development of the
cell theor...
The cell theory states:
• All living things or
organisms are made of cells
and their products.
• New cells are created by
...
Size of the Cells

• The smallest cell is 0.1 to 0.5 micrometre
in bacteria.
• The largest cell measuring 170mm x 130mm,
i...
Parts of
CELL
Cell Membrane

• The Cell membrane is a biological
membrane that separates
the interior of all cells from
the outside envi...
Cytoplasm
• The cytoplasm is a the gellike substance enclosed
within the cell membrane.
• The cytoplasm is about 70%
to 90...
Organelles

• Organelles (literally "little
organs"), are usually membranebound, and are structures inside
the cell that h...
Mitochondria

• They are organelles that
act like a digestive
system that takes in nutrients,
breaks them down, and
create...
• Most of the chemical
reactions involved in
cellular respiration
happen in the
mitochondria. A
mitochondrion is shaped
pe...
Ribosomes

• Cells need to make proteins.
Those proteins might be used
as enzymes or as support for
other cell functions.
...
Golgi Bodies

• Golgi Bodies is an organelle
found in most eukaryotic cells.
It was identified in 1897 by the
Italian phys...
Nucleus

• The cell nucleus acts like the
brain of the cell. It helps
control eating, movement, and
reproduction. The nucl...
• If there is no defined
nucleus, then the DNA is
probably floating around
the cell in a region called
the nucleoid. A def...
• Nucleus is separated from the
cytoplasm by a membrane
called the nuclear membrane.
• The smaller spherical body in the
n...
Nuclear Membrane
•The nuclear
membrane encloses the
nucleus in eukaryotes.
The membrane is
penetrated by nuclear
pore comp...
Chromosomes
• Chromosomes are made up
of DNA. Segments of DNA in
specific patterns are
called genes.
• The chromosomes and...
• In prokaryotes, DNA
floats in the cytoplasm in
an area called the nucleoid.
Vacuole

• The blank looking
structures in the cytoplasm
is known as the vacuole.
• Animal Cells have smaller
vacuole.
• P...
Chloroplasts
• Chloroplasts are the food
producers of the cell. They are
only found in plant cells. Animal
cells do not ha...
Plastids

• Plastids are major organelles
found in the cells of plants
and algae.
• Plastids often contain pigments
used i...
Types of
CELL
Prokaryotic cells
•The prokaryotes are a
group of organisms
whose cells lack a
membrane-bound
nucleus.
The Blue Green Algae
The Bacteria
Eukaryotic Cells
• The cells having wellorganised nucleus with a
nuclear membrane are termed
as eukaryotic cells.
• Eg :- ...
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  1. 1. Cell – basic structural and functional unit • The cell is the basic structural, functional and biological unit of all known living organisms. It is the smallest unit of life that is classified as a living thing and is often called the "building block of life". • The cell was discovered by Robert Hooke in 1665.
  2. 2. The CELL Theory
  3. 3. • The observations of Hooke, Leeuwenhoek, Schleiden, Schwann, Virchow, and others led to the development of the cell theory. The cell theory is a widely accepted explanation of the relationship between cells and living things.
  4. 4. The cell theory states: • All living things or organisms are made of cells and their products. • New cells are created by old cells dividing into two. • Cells are the basic building units of life.
  5. 5. Size of the Cells • The smallest cell is 0.1 to 0.5 micrometre in bacteria. • The largest cell measuring 170mm x 130mm, is the ostrich egg.
  6. 6. Parts of CELL
  7. 7. Cell Membrane • The Cell membrane is a biological membrane that separates the interior of all cells from the outside environment. • It also helps in the movement of substances in and out of cells. • The basic function of the cell membrane is to protect the cell from its surroundings.
  8. 8. Cytoplasm • The cytoplasm is a the gellike substance enclosed within the cell membrane. • The cytoplasm is about 70% to 90% water and usually colorless.
  9. 9. Organelles • Organelles (literally "little organs"), are usually membranebound, and are structures inside the cell that have specific functions. Some major organelles are the mitochondria, ribosomes, golgi bodies etc.
  10. 10. Mitochondria • They are organelles that act like a digestive system that takes in nutrients, breaks them down, and creates energy for the cell. The process of creating cell energy is known as cellular respiration.
  11. 11. • Most of the chemical reactions involved in cellular respiration happen in the mitochondria. A mitochondrion is shaped perfectly to maximize its efforts.
  12. 12. Ribosomes • Cells need to make proteins. Those proteins might be used as enzymes or as support for other cell functions. • Ribosomes are the protein builders or the protein synthesizers of the cell.
  13. 13. Golgi Bodies • Golgi Bodies is an organelle found in most eukaryotic cells. It was identified in 1897 by the Italian physician Camillo Golgi and named after him in 1898. • It is important in the processing of proteins for secretion.
  14. 14. Nucleus • The cell nucleus acts like the brain of the cell. It helps control eating, movement, and reproduction. The nucleus is not always in the center of the cell. It will be a big dark spot somewhere in the middle of all of the cytoplasm .
  15. 15. • If there is no defined nucleus, then the DNA is probably floating around the cell in a region called the nucleoid. A defined nucleus that holds the genetic code is an advanced feature in a cell.
  16. 16. • Nucleus is separated from the cytoplasm by a membrane called the nuclear membrane. • The smaller spherical body in the nucleus is known as the nucleolus. • Nucleus contains thread like structures known as the chromosomes. These carry the genes.
  17. 17. Nuclear Membrane •The nuclear membrane encloses the nucleus in eukaryotes. The membrane is penetrated by nuclear pore complexes.
  18. 18. Chromosomes • Chromosomes are made up of DNA. Segments of DNA in specific patterns are called genes. • The chromosomes and genetic material can be found in the nucleus of a cell.
  19. 19. • In prokaryotes, DNA floats in the cytoplasm in an area called the nucleoid.
  20. 20. Vacuole • The blank looking structures in the cytoplasm is known as the vacuole. • Animal Cells have smaller vacuole. • Plant Cells have larger vacuole.
  21. 21. Chloroplasts • Chloroplasts are the food producers of the cell. They are only found in plant cells. Animal cells do not have chloroplasts. • The purpose of the chloroplast is to make sugars and starches. They use a process called photosynthesis to get the job done.
  22. 22. Plastids • Plastids are major organelles found in the cells of plants and algae. • Plastids often contain pigments used in photosynthesis and the types of pigments present can change or determine the cell's color.
  23. 23. Types of CELL
  24. 24. Prokaryotic cells •The prokaryotes are a group of organisms whose cells lack a membrane-bound nucleus.
  25. 25. The Blue Green Algae
  26. 26. The Bacteria
  27. 27. Eukaryotic Cells • The cells having wellorganised nucleus with a nuclear membrane are termed as eukaryotic cells. • Eg :- All living organisms other than blue green algae and bacteria.
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