Cell project

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Cell project

Eukaryotic cells are larger than prokaryotic cells. Plant cells and animals cells are both examples of a eukaryotic cell. One of the organelles that they both contain are the cell membrane, nuclear membrane, nucleus, smooth and rough ER, cytoplasm, ribosomes, mitochondria, golgi body, microtubulus. They both have a vacuole but their sizes are different. Plant cells have a cell wall and chloroplast but an animal cell has lysosomes.

The cell membrane protects the cell from its surroundings. It also plays the role in anchoring the cytoskeleton which provides the shape to the cell. They help other cells to form tissues together.

The cytoplasm provides support to the cell. It is also responsible for offering suspension to the organelles. It allows the cell to take up 3-dimensional space and one of the organelles to float.

The difference between a prokaryotic cell and a eukaryotic cell is that a prokaryotic cell does not have a nuclues but a eukaryotic cell. Prokaryotic cells are small but eukaryotic cells are larger. They both have RNA. They also contain ribosomes, cell membrane, and the cytoplasm.

The cell wall protects the cell from injuries and gives support.

A eukaryotic cell is a cell that contains a nucleus.

Prokaryotic cells are cells that lack a nucleus.

The vacuole isolates substances that might be harmful to the cell which maintains acidic internal PH. The vacuole also helps maintain turgor pressure and exports unwanted substances from the cell.

The Golgi Body packages the proteins for secration. It also transports the lipids of the cell and the creation of the lysosomes.

Ribosomes makes proteins, reads, and translates the genetics code. They also replicate the proteins which the code symbolizes. Without it, it could not be read and it would not make proteins


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