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This picture is of a human immunodeficiency virus.
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On the image that you see above is a plant cell. These cells have multiple parts such as chloroplast, mitochondria, plasma membrane, peroxisome, golgi apparatus, ribosomes, a large central vacuole, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, cell wall, nuclear envelope, nucleus, rough endoplasmic reticulum, and last but not least cytoplasm. All of these parts are labeled on the diagram that you can see above. Now lets explain each of the parts that I just listed.

Chloroplast

Ok lets start off with chloroplast. Chloroplasts are very special to plant cells. As you can see from the diagram below an animal cell does not have chloroplast. Chloroplast are things called organelles. They can be found in two different places. These are plant and algae cells. This is how the plant cells get their food and energy. The animal cell can not do this because it does not have chloroplast.

Mitochondria

Next we will talk about the mitochondria. The mitochondria is the one and only main power source of the cell. Like chloroplast mitochondria is an organelle. Unlike the chloroplast mitochondria is the place inside a cell that breaks down sugar to make energy. Hence why it is the main power source of the cell. The mitochondria is very unique. You see the mitochondria has two membranes. An inner membrane and an outer membrane. Most eukarotic cells have a mitochondria. One thing that you may not now is that mitochondria is the size of some things called bacteria. Like bacteria the mitochondia also has its own DNA.

Cell Wall

The cell wall is the outermost structure in the plant cell. Its function is that it gives support to the cell . With the plant and algae cells the cell wall is made up of complex sugars called Cellulose fibers. This organelle is not required for all cells. Prokaryotic cells do not have a cell wall, instead they have a cell membrane that helps the cell keep its shape. In fact the plant cell also has a cell membrane.


Large Central Vacuole

The large central vacuole is the organelle that stores alot of stuff Such as water and other materials.

Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis is a very complicated process so here is the main idea. When the plant takes in light energy through the plant's leaves it transforms it into chemical energy that they store in the bonds of sugar.

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Another kind of cell that you see above is called an animal cell. Like the plant cell it has alot of parts too. These parts are mitochondria, rough endoplasmic reticulum, nucleus, nuclear pores, nucleolus, nuclear envelope, plasmic membrane, chromatin, ribosomes, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, cilia, golgi apparatus, microtubles, centrioles, peroxisome, lysosome, and microfilaments. Considering that the animal cell and the plant cell both have alot of the same parts I don't want to waste your time by repeating the same information that you can easily find above! Therefore I will only describe the organells that are unique to the animal cell. For the rest just scroll back up for if you just so happen to forget.

Mitochondria

Next we will talk about the mitochondria. The mitochondria is the one and only main power source of the cell. Like chloroplast mitochondria is an organelle. Unlike the chloroplast mitochondria is the place inside a cell that breaks down sugar to make energy. Hence why it is the main power source of the cell. The mitochondria is very unique. You see the mitochondria has two membranes. An inner membrane and an outer membrane. Most eukarotic cells have a mitochondria. One thing that you may not now is that mitochondria is the size of some things called bacteria. Like bacteria the mitochondia also has its own DNA.

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I decided to show a picture of a polar bear for multiple reasons. Number one Mr. B told us to put a picture of an orgasnism. Number two They are sooo cute!!! Last but not least number three. They contain hoeostasis through the roughest weather.