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Overview of animal cell (13)
1. Nucleus
2. Ribosomes
3. Golgi apparatus
4. Plasma membrane
5. Mitochondrion
6. Cytoskeleton
7. Peroxisome
8. Centrosome
9. Endoplasmic Reticulum
10. Microvilli
11. Lysosomes
12. Centrioles
13. Flagella
Not in plant cells
1. Lysosomes
2. Centrioles
3. Flagella
Overview plant cell (13)
1. Nucleus
2. Ribosomes
3. Golgi
4. Plasma membrane
5. Mitochondrion
6. Cytoskeleton
7. Peroxisome
8. Centrosome
9. Endoplasmic Reticulum
10. Central vacuole and tonoplast
11. Chloroplast
12. Plasmodesmata
13. Cell wall
Not in animal cell
1. Chloroplasts
2. Central vacuole and tonoplast
3. Cell wall
4. Plasmodesmata
Two types of cells
1. Prokaryotic
2. Eukaryotic
Common cell features (4)
1. All bounded by plasma membrane
2. Organelles float in cytosol
3. All have chromosomes w/genes (DNA)
4. All have ribosomes
Cell size relates to its function. What limits cell size?
1. Logistics of metabolism
2. Surface to volume ratio
What carries out protein synthesis?
What are they made of?
1. Ribosomes
2. Made up of ribosomal RNA and proteins
Which organelles are not enclosed in membrane?
1. Nucleoli
2. Ribosomes
Function of nucleus
1. Synthesize mRNA
2. Synhesize ribosomal RNA
Function of ribosomes
1. Synthesize protein
Function of smooth ER
1. Synthesis of lipids
2. Detoxification of drugs and poisons (liver)
3. In muscles Ca+