All about cells by ludwika & caitlyn

Cell Wall

The cell wall supports the cell. Also it maintains the shape of the plant cell. It is found only in the plant cell.

Cell Membrane

The cell membrane is a thin layer that separates the inside of the cell from the outside environment. It also controls the substances coming in and out. It is found in both animal and plant cells.

Cytoplasm

Cytoplasm is a jelly like substance that lets the organelles float and move around. It is made of mostly water and salt. It is found in both animal and plant cells.

The golgi body processes proteins and sometimes bundles proteins and lipids or carbohydrates. Its found in both plant and animal cells

Lysosomes break down worn out organelles, food particles, and engulfed viruses or bacteria. They are found both in plant and animal cells.

The smooth ER breaks down toxins and releases calcium ions. Found in both animal and plant cells.

The rough ER acts like a tunnel system for ribosomes and proteins. It is found in both plant and animal cells.

Ribosomes are cell structures that makes proteins and repairs parts of the cell that need to be repaired. Found both in plant and animal cells.

Mitochondria make ATP (energy) for the cell. They are found in both animal and plant cells.

Chloroplast makes energy from light for the cell and food (photosynthesis). Found in plant cells.

Vacuoles store water and sometimes food and waste. They are found in both plant and animal cells.

The nucleus is the "brain" of the cell it controls the cells movements and contains DNA. Found in both plant and animal cells.

Venn diagram

The two main differences are that the plant cell has a cell wall and chloroplast

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