Animal Cell vs. Plant Cell By Nathan Miller

The animal cell has lots of diffrent part I will show you those parts and tell you what they do for the cell lets start.

These are some parts that are in the animal cell

The Nucleus

This is the Nucleus Is the control center of the cell

The Nucleus is in both Animal and Plant cells

Golgi Aparatice

This is the Golgi aparatice it shapes the protiens So the cell can use the protiens.

Both Animal And Plant cells have Golgi aparaices

These are Ribosomes are protines the protines go the the golgi aparaices to change it's form to be ready for the cell

Ribosomes are not in the plat cell because they plant cell creates it own energy with The Cloroplast.

These are Mitochondrias .They are used for a energy support.

Mitochondrais are in both plant and animal cells

Smooth ER

The Smooth ER is the endoplasmic reticulum that realeses important lipids that help the cell.

The Smooth ER is in both animal and plant cells

Rough ER

The Rough ER is responsible for performing different functions

The Rough ER is in both plant and animal cells

Lysosome

Lysosome is like the garbage truck in a cell what it does is it takes

Lysosome is in both animal and plant cells

Chloroplasts

The Chloroplasts is only in the plant cell.The Chloroplasts is only In the plant cell because its the part of the cell where it turns sun light in to energy for the cell to use

The Chloroplasts are only in the plant cell

So know that we talked about all the things in the cell lets talk about Fermentation . Fermentation is a reaction that eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells use to obtain energy from food when oxygen levels are low.Because no oxygen is used, fermentation makes less ATP than cellular respiration does.Fermentation occurs in a cell's cytoplasm,Not in the mitochondria.

So now that you know what fermentation is lets talk about passive and active transport

Passive transport is the movement of substances through a cell membrane without using cell energy.Passive transport depends on the amount of a substance on each side of a membrane.It also moves materials form high to lower concentration.

Active transport is the movement of substances through a cell membrane only by using the cells energy.Cellular energy is used to move materials from areas of lower concentration to areas of higher concentration.

Now that we're done with transporting lets talk about Replicating The cell.

First off we got to talk about Interphase.At this point the cell is growing rapidly.

Now we have The G1 Phase at this point the cell is replicating its organells

The next phase is S.At this point the cell is replicating its DNA.

And at the end we have the phase G2.In this part of the cell replication the cell starts to divide.

But at the end we have the mitotic phase.In the mitotic phase the nucleus is dividing .

At the end of the process you have two cells

The End

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