To begin, the animal cell is the cell that is in humans or other animals. Although the nucleus is in both animal and plant cells (Doc. 1), it is more crucial in an animal cell (OI). The nucleus is the “big brain,” and “controls everything” (Doc. 3). Like most organelles, the nucleus has a membrane protecting it (Doc. 1). On the other hand, it has multiple membranes protecting it unlike other organelles (OI). Unquestionably, the big brain and controller is most definitely vital because without a controller everything would be crazy.
My analogy from a cell is to a city. A cell has a cell membrane and in a city the city border acts as the cell membrane. The city wall in a cell acts like a cell wall. The cytoplasm can be a lawn in a city. Highways or road systems act like the endoplasmic reticulum in a city. The ribosomes in a cell organelle can be considered lumber or brick yard in a city. In a city post offices and UPS act as the golgi bodies. Solar energy plants are considered chloroplast. A city hall fence with a security guard can be considered as the nuclear membrane. Energy plants in cities can be considered the mitochondria. In cell organelles there is the nucleus and in a city the nucleus would
There are many parts of a cell, they all have specific duties, and are all
Comrades of Animal Farm! We are going to elect a leader to guide our beautiful country. The candidates on the official ballot are Snowball and Napoleon, both pigs and members of our utopian community. On the other hand, we also have Boxer, a horse but a friend nevertheless. To learn more about our candidates and our possible future leader, lets analyses the strengths and weakness of Snowball, Napoleon, and Boxer.
George Orwell's novel, Animal Farm, was his very first piece of political writing. On the surface, this novel is about a group of miserable and mistreated farm animals that overthrow their neglectful owner; they take control of the farm. However, it too is a political allegory mainly focusing on the Russian Revolution. Orwell wrote Animal Farm in response to what had occurred in the Russian Revolution. Seeing how the people were being manipulated over for their freedom, he decided to write about these events through farm animals. The author's purpose for writing this novel is to warn his audience that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutly. Orwell's intent in fusing political purpose and artistic purpose into one whole, was truly
According to Mattias Schleiden and Theodor Schwann the cell is the basic unit of life(Cell Theory- OI). Two common types of cells are the plant and animal cells. Although both kinds of cells share many similar, abundant structures, they also have varying descrepancies from cell to cell. Without a doubt, the nucleus is the most important organelle in the plant cell, even though, the lysosome is the most important structure in the animal cell.
“The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and and from pig to man again, but already it was impossible to say which was which.” Orwell wrote Animal Farm as an allegory based on problems resulting from the Russian Revolution. In Animal Farm, George Orwell uses tone, characterization, and stylistic elements to show that people in power use manipulation to stay in power.
A cell is the basic unit of life, essential to maintaining the physiology of the larger organism. In animals, certain organelles metabolize food into energy, and then uses the energy for repair, growth and reproduction. Similarly, chloroplasts in plant cells transform sunlight into energy, a process known as photosynthesis.
For a plant cell, the nucleus, without a doubt, is the most important organelle; but in the animal cell, the most vital structure is the mitochondria.
A cell membrane regulates what enters and leaves the cell. It is like a gate in a city because it regulates who comes in and goes out of the city. A nucleus is the control center of the cell. It is like a police department because the police control how everyone and everything acts. A ribosome synthesizes proteins for the cell. A ribosome is like a factory that produces stuff for construction workers. The ER synthesizes lipid membranes and proteins and transports stuff. It is like a manufacturing plant because it makes stuff just like the ER.
Free range farming is the start of animal cruelty, where animals are brutally tortured, or sometimes - killed! Just because the animal’s meat aren't fleshy enough to sell, they end up in high speed grinders, getting bashed onto the floor or suffocating in black bags. Although factory farming is cheaper than free range farming, there are higher costs of buying ‘guilty meat’.
Cells come in different types serve a certain purpose. Cells are unique for a reason, and in most cells there are some similarities. But, in plants and animals the difference could not be any more evident. Plants do not have a skeleton, while animals do. I learned plants are firm and strong because of their cell wall, which is made of cellulose and chloroplast. Cells are a living thing with different entities, which allows the cell to live and function on a daily basis. According to (1998-1999),
I am an education major and I want to own my own daycare one day. I am going to use a daycare to demonstrate the different organelles. Golgi apparatus is like the cook in a daycare. The cook and the Golgi apparatus both transfers proteins. Ribosomes are like food because ribosomes proved protein to that cell just like how food give humans protein. The Cytoplasm is like the building of the daycare. The Cytoplasm holds all of the objects in the cell, and the building holds everything in the daycare together. The Nucleus is like an office because, the nucleus hold all of the information just like an office. The Cell Membrane is like an outlet cover it stop the kids from putting their hands inside of the outlets It is away the teachers can know
P1 – Describe the microstructure of a typical animal cell and the functions of the main cell components. A typical animal cell is seen as a tiny, three dimensional sac which is in fact made up of many components, each as important as the other. The microstructure of an animal cell was in fact uncovered mainly through the use of both cell fractionation and electron microscopy. Each main component has its own, individual function which helps a cell to function and maintains the cell membrane. The components that I will be describing include the cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, mitochondria, lysosomes, Golgi bodies, centrioles, endoplasmic reticulum (both smooth and rough) and ribosomes.
In regards to their basic structure, according to the SEER Training website, “cells consist of three parts: the cell membrane, the nucleus, and, between the two, the cytoplasm.” (Training.seer.cancer.gov, 2017) This is true for animal cells however plant cells contain a fourth part which is known as the cell wall, it is located on the outside of the cell membrane and allows the cell to keep its rigid shape. It should also be known that there are types of cells that do not contain a nucleus, these are called prokaryotic cells and generally still have the same characteristics as cells that do have a nucleus which are known as eukaryotic cells. (Study.com, 2017) As seen in Figure 1 cells also contain organelles which keep the cell alive and allow it to function effectively.The cytoplasm of the cell which resides between the cell membrane and the nucleus is a gel-like liquid filling the inside of the cell. The cytoplasm allows the cell to have shape and allows the cell 's organelles to move around the cell as needed and function correctly. The nucleus is widely considered to be the control center or