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Cell Processes. B: Chance and Jake. Mitochondrion. The mitochondrion’s they convert glucose into energy and is often called the power house of the cell. . Vacuole.

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Cell processes

Cell Processes

B: Chance and Jake


Mitochondrion

Mitochondrion

  • The mitochondrion’s they convert glucose into energy and is often called the power house of the cell.


Vacuole

Vacuole

  • Water, wastes, food, and other materials are stored in the vacuole until they are needed or released through the cell membrane. A plant cell usually has one large vacuole. Animal cells may or may not have vacuoles.


Ribosome

Ribosome

  • A ribosome is the site of protein production. Some ribosome’s are found floating in the cytoplasm.


Endoplasmic reticulum

Endoplasmic Reticulum

  • The endoplasmic reticulum is a network of passageways that carries materials throughout the cell.


Golgi body

Golgi Body

  • The Golgi body receives materials from the endoplasmic reticulum then packages and disperses them throughout the cell.


Active transport

Active Transport

  • Active transport happens when the substance passing through the cell membrane is to big to pass, therefore the cell engulfs the substance in a prose's called phagocytosis. Active transport uses a lot of energy compared to passive transport.


Passive transport

Passive Transport

  • Diffusion is a type of transport that moves particles from the highest area of concentration to the lower area of concentration. Osmosis is another type of passive transport it moves water particles.


Cellular respiration

Cellular Respiration

  • This is the chemical equation of cellular respiration, C6H1206+602->6C02+6H20 the cool thing is the chemical equation for photosynthesis is the exact opposite of cellular respiration.


Fermentation

Fermentation

  • Fermentation has two types alcohol and lactic acid. Fermentation is when oxygen is not required to produce energy. Lactic acid fermentation is when your muscles are not getting energy from the lungs to and makes the burn. Alcohol fermentation is when yeast gets activated and makes doe rise.


Mitosis and meiosis

Mitosis and Meiosis

  • There are four stages of mitosis and meiosis they are, prophase in witch the duplicated DNA makes X to form chromosomes. Metaphase is when the chromosomes line up down the center of the cell then they attach to spindle fibers. Anaphase is when the chromosomes separate and go to separate sides. Telophase is when the chromosomes uncoil and two new nuclear membranes form and the spindle fibbers disapear.


Asexual reproduction

Asexual Reproduction

  • There are many different types of asexual reproduction but we are only talking about two, one type is binary fission in witch the cell grows two times its size then splits in two, the other type is budding


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