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  • 1. Plant Cell
    VS
    AnimalCell
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    theshortdude.glogster.com
    Photo by
    animalport.com
  • 2. Cells In General:
    Animal Cell
    Cells are the basic unit of life.
    Stem Cells
    Plant Cell
    White Blood Cells
    Red Blood Cells
    Cancer Cell
  • 3. Similarities and Differences
    Differences
    Centriole
    Cell Wall
    Chloroplast
    Similarities
    Nucleus
    Nucleolus
    Cytoplasm
    Golgi
    Lysosome
    Cell Membrane
    Mitochondrion
    Vacuole
    Smooth/Rough ER
    Ribosomes
    Cytoskeleton
    Plasma Membrane
  • 4. Similarities
    Nucleus- “Brain of the cell.” It controls the activities within the cell.
    Nucleolus- Found within the nucleus and is the site where ribosomes are created.
    Nucleolus
    Nucleolus
    Nucleus
    Nucleus
  • 5. Similarities
    Cytoplasm- the gel-like liquid located within the entire cell.
    Golgi Apparatus- packages molecules for transport around the cell.
    Cytoplasm
    Cytoplasm
    Golgi Apparatus
    Golgi Apparatus
  • 6. Similarities
    Lysosome- “digestive system” of the cell.
    Cell Membrane- Decides what travels in and out of a cell.
    Cell Membrane
    Cell Membrane
    Lysosome
    Lysosome
  • 7. Similarities
    Mitochondrion- “Powerhouse” of cell
    Vacuole- storage areas in the cell, digests and gets rid of waste products.
    Mitochondrion
    Vacuole
    Mitochondrion
    Vacuole
  • 8. Similarities
    Cytoskeleton- helps maintain the shape of cell.
    Ribosomes- site of protein synthesis
    Cytoskeleton
    Cytoskeleton
    Ribosomes
    Ribosomes
  • 9. Similarities
    Endoplasmic Reticulum:
    Smooth ER- detoxifies molecules
    Rough ER- modifies proteins that will be shipped in organism
    Rough ER
    Rough ER
    Smooth ER
    Smooth ER
  • 10. Similarities
    Plasma Membrane- serves as the “skin” of the cell.
  • 11. Differences
    Centriole- found only in ANIMAL cells. Main function is to generate the cells cytoskeleton.
    Centrioles
  • 12. Differences
    Cell Wall- found in PLANTS only. It serves as a protective barrier, maintaining the shape and structure of the plant.
    Cell Wall
  • 13. Differences
    Chloroplasts- only found in PLANTS. It provides food for the plant.
    Chloroplasts
  • 14. Differences
    Chlorophyll- only found in PLANTS. Green pigment in plants that absorbs energy for the process of photosynthesis.
    Chlorophyll
  • 15. REVIEW…
    Only in Plants:
    Chloroplast
    Chlorophyll
    Cell Wall
    Centriole
    Only in Animals:
    None
    Both: Nucleus, Nucleolus, Cytoplasm, Golgi, Lysosome, Cell Membrane, Mitochondrion, Vacuole, Cytoskeleton, Ribosomes, ER’s
  • 16. References
    1. http://quizlet.com/1341037/science-vocabulary-cells-5th-grade-dms-flash-cards/
    2. http://www.cellsalive.com/cells/cell_model.htm
    3. http://web.jjay.cuny.edu/~acarpi/NSC/13-cells.htm
    4. fi.edu
    5. obit-mag.com
    6. pbmmi.com
    7. medicineandman.com