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Cell Parts, Structure, and Function

by: Kiara Lynch

Cell Parts, Structure, and Function Bio 220

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These notes provide a chart with information on different cell parts/organelles. The chart provides the structure, function, if it is present in prokaryotes and eukaryotes, and if it is present in...
Structure and Function of Organisms
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Date Created: 02/02/16
Cell Structure Function Prokaryot Eukaryotes Animal Plant Part/Organe es Cell Cell lle Ribosome Two subunits-one large, Protein synthesis Yes Yes Yes Yes one small Larger Smaller Subunits composed of rRNA and proteins Float freely or are on ER Rough ER Ribosomes on outer Protein synthesis No Yes Yes Yes surface Transport biochemical Network of flattened compounds sacs Smooth ER Surface lacks Steroid, carbohydrate, No Yes Yes Yes ribosomes lipid synthesis Drug detoxification Metabolism Storage of steroids and ions Golgi Within cytoplasm Synthesize, modify, store, No Yes Yes yes Apparatus Stacks of membrane and package cell products bound structures Secretion (cisternae-flat discs) Transport lipids Create lysosomes Lysosome Single membrane Digestion of food No Yes Yes No Sac of digestive molecules or infectious In Usually enzymes agents (bacteria) cytoplas not Use hydrolytic enzymes m evident Plant Large vacuole Stores food, water, sugar Yes Yes No Yes Vacuole Fluid filled sacs Breaks down metabolic Largest organelle in and toxic wastes plant cells Peroxisome Metabolic Metabolic reactions No Yes compartment (energy metabolism) Single membrane Enzymes require oxygen encloses enzymes Absorb nutrients Digestion Create hydrogen peroxide Initiate breakdown of fatty acids Synthesize sugars Specialized peroxisomes found in glyoxysome plants in fat storage tissues Mitochondri Double membrane Cellular respiration No Yes Yes Yes on Cristae Site of ATP synthesis Matrix contains ribosomes and DNA Chloroplast Double membrane Photosynthesis No Yes No Yes Grana, thylakoids Chlorophy In plants Make Chlorophyll ll own scattered food in cytoplas m Nucleus Double membrane with Stores genetic informationNo Yes Yes Yes pores Contains chromosomes Nucleolus In nucleus Make ribosomes No yes Yes yes No membrane Composed of proteins and nucleic acid (RNA) Fibrillar centers Microtubule Hollow tubes made of Maintain cell shape No yes Yes yes s tubulin Cell mobility rare Walls-13 columns of Chromosome movements tubulin in cell division Organelle movements- cilia, flagella Cytoskeleton Microfilame 2 strands of actin that Maintains cell shape Yes Yes nts are intertwined Change in cell shape Each are polymers of Cytoplasmic streaming actin subunits Muscle contraction Cell mobility Cell division Intermediat Thicker coils of fibrous Maintains cell shape Yes Yes e filaments protein Structure Monomer, dimer, Reinforce cells and tetramer organize cells into tissues Eukaryotic Cilia-short, numerous, Cilia-beat back and forth, No Yes Flagella- Flagella- cilia and hair-like appendages perpendicular to cilium Maybe Maybe flagella Flagella-long, Flagella-undulating threadlike appendages; propelling motion Membrane Cilia-yes Cilia- fewer bound rare Cell mobility 9 doublets around 2 singlets Bacterial Lash-like appendages Cell mobility Yes No flagella Filament, hook, basal body Centrioles Centriole-paired Centriole-cell division; Yes Only in and basal tubules arranged in a form mitotic spindle lower bodies circular fashion Basal body-formation of plant Basal body-like cilia and flagella forms centriole, found in base of cilium or flagellum Plant cell Tough, flexible, rigid Cell shape Usually Yes No Yes wall layer Support chemicall Only in Up to 3 layers Controls cell growth y plant cells Cellulose Metabolic role complexe and fungi Barrier from pathogens d (chemically Carb storage simpler) Bacterial Peptidolycan on Prevents cell from internal cell wall outside of cell pressure from higher [] on membrane outside of cell than on Rigid inside Porous


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