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Cell

21101 1


Cell

(Cell)


Cell

.. 2133 (.. 1590) Zaccharias Janssen Hans Janssen ""


Cell

.. 1673 (.. 2216 (Anton Van Leeuwenhoek)


Cell

..2208

(CELL) (cell wall)


Cell

(Theodor Schwan) ..2382

(Matthias Schleiden)

( Cell theory)


Cell

.. 2378 (.. 1835) Dujardin


Cell

- Hugo Von Mohl "" (Protoplasm)

- .. 2374 Robert Brown "" (Nucleus)


Cell

1.

2.

3. ()


Cell

http://www.nkpw.ac.th/pornsak/cell/page02.htm


Cell

3


Cell

1.


Cell

2.

2.


Cell

3.

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)

http://www.aksorn.com/webguide/webguide_detail.php?content_id=129


Cell

1. Prokaryotic cells

0.2-10

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Cell

Prokaryotic cells

(pseudopods)

(amoeba)


Cell

Prokaryotic cells

1


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Prokaryotic cells

Chlorophyll nitrogenaneenzyme organic matter


Cell

Prokaryotic cells


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Prokaryotic cells

2


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2. Ukaryotic cells 10-100


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Ukaryotic cells

2

()


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Ukaryotic cells


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Ukaryotic cells


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Ukaryotic cells


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Cell


Cell


Cell


Cell


Cell

(Angstrom ) (Nanometer:nm) (Micrometer : mm) (millimeter : mm)

http://student.nu.ac.th/u46410320/lesson%201.html


Cell


Cell


Cell


Cell

0.1


Cell

6-8 (Mature red cell) 2% (Reticulocyte)


Cell

(sperm)


Cell

(simple epithelium) 3 (simple spuamous epithelium) (simple columnar epithelium)


Cell

( fiber shape) ( spindle shape)

2 239


Cell

Cell Structure


Cell


Cell


Cell

1.

2.

3.


Cell

1. (Cell Structure)


Cell

1. (Cell Structure)

1.1 (Cell membrane ,plasma membrane)


Cell

1.1 (Cell membrane ,plasma membrane)

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- -

(Semipermeable membrane)


Cell

1. (Cell Structure)

  • 1.2 (cell wall)


Cell

  • 1.2 ( cell wall )

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- ( )


2 cytoplasm

2. (Cytoplasm)

75 90 % (colloid)


Cell

2. (Cytoplasm)


Cell

2. (Cytoplasm)

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-

-

-


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2.

2.1(mitochondria)


Cell

2.1(mitochondria)


Cell

2.1(mitochondria)

1. ATP (Adenosine triphosphate)

2

1.

2. ATP

2. ( Krebs cycle)

3. DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid) RNA (Ribonucleic acid)


Cell

2.

2.2

(chloroplasts)


Cell

2.2 (chloroplasts)


Cell

2.2 (chloroplasts)

(thylakoid) (granum)

(carotenoid) (stroma)


Cell

2.

2.3 ,

(golgi body, golgicomplex)


Cell

2.3 , (golgi body,golgicomplex)

ER


Cell

2.3 , (golgi body)

ER


Cell

2.

2.4 (Ribosome)


Cell

2.4 (Ribosome)

RNA

2


Cell

2.4 (Ribosome)

RER ER


Cell

2.

2.5 (Risosome)


Cell

2.5 (Risosome)


Cell

2.5 (Risosome)


Cell

2.

2.6 (Vacuole)


Cell

2.6 (Vacuole)


Cell

2.6 (Vacuole)

1. (contractile vacuole)

2. (food vacuole)

3. (sap vacuole)


Cell

2.6 (Vacuole)


Cell

2.

2.7.

(Endoplasmic reticulum:ER)


Cell

2.7.

(Endoplasmic reticulum:ER)

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Cell

2.7.

(Endoplasmic reticulum:ER)

(Rough Endoplasmic RER ) - ER

()

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Cell

2.7.1

(Endoplasmic reticulum:ER)

/

RNA ER ER ER (exocytosis)

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Cell

2.7.2 (Rough Endoplasmic RER )

/

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Biological_cell.svg


Cell

2.

2.8 (centriole)


Cell

2.8 (centriole)

Biological_cell.svg

Biological_cell.svg


Cell

2.8 (centriole)

(microtubule) 3 9 (centrosome)

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Biological_cell.svg


Cell

3.


3 nucleus

3. (Nucleus)


3 nucleus1

3. (Nucleus)

1. 2. DNA RNA3. 4.

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3 2 nucleoplasm

3.2 ( nucleoplasm )

3.1 (nuclear membrane)

3.3 (Nucleous)


Cell

3.1 (nuclear membrane)

2 (nuclear pore) (annulus)


3 2 nucleoplasm1

3.2 ( nucleoplasm )

- ( Nucleolus ) - ( ribonucleic acid ) RNA - ( Chromatin )

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3 3 nucleous

3.3 (Nucleous)

3. (nucleolus)

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Cell

3.3 (Nucleous)

RNA (Phosphoprotein)

RNA

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Cell

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Cell

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7.50cm3

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1. 0.5 cmx 0.5 cm 2

2. 4-5


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3.2

1. 0.5 cmx 0.5 cm

2. 4-5


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12.

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3. ( 1 ) ( 2 )

4. ( 3 ) ( 4 )


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13.

1. ( 1 ) 2. ( 2 )

3. ( 3 ) 4. ( 5 )

14. ( )

1. ( 2 ) 2. ( 3 )

3. ( 4 ) 4. ( 5 )


Cell

15.

1.

2. 3. 4.


Cell

16.

1. 2. 3. 4.


Cell

17. " "

1. 2. 3. 4.


Cell

18.

1. ATP 2. 3. DNA 4.


Cell

19.

1. 2. 3. 4.


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20.

1. 2. 3. 4.


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21.

1. 2. rRNA3. 4.


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Cell

(1) nucleolusnucleolus (2) nucleus (3) ribosome (4) vesicle (5) rough endoplasmic reticulum (ER) (6) Golgi apparatus (7) Cytoskeleton (8) smooth ER (9) mitochondria (10) vacuole (11) cytoplasm (12) peroxisome(13) centrioles

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