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  1. Cell Organelles Continuo…….. http://www.northland.cc.mn.us/biology/biology1111/animations/flagellum.html

  2. The Cytoskeletonالهيكل الخلوي A network of fibresشبكة من الالياف that provide structural supportتدعيم to the cell. The cytoskeleton also functions in cell motilityتحرك الخلية and regulation Microtubules and microfilaments It is made up of 3 fiber types • Microfilaments • Microtubules • Intermediate filaments It has 3 main functions: • Provides mechanical support of the cell keeps organelles in fixed locations • Helps move materials within the cell • Plays a major role in cell motility

  3. Microfilaments Cytoskeleton

  4. Intermediate filaments Microtubules Microfilaments ألياف متوسطة ألياف دقيقة أنيبيبات دقيقة Thick Thin Middle سميكة رفيعة متوسطة Cytoskeleton Responsible for cell motility, and separation of chromosome during cell division. (Tubulin protein) Support cell motility and transport materials within the cell. (Actin protein) Reinforcing the cell shape and fixing position of organelles. (Fibrous protein)

  5. The cytoskeleton is dynamic, dismantling يتفككin one part and reassembling يتجمعin another to change cell shape. • The cytoskeleton also plays a major role in cell motility حركة الخليةby interacting with motor proteins البروتين الحركي. • Motor proteins are able to move along the surface of a suitable substrate (powered by ATP). • Motor proteins are the driving force behind most active transport of proteins and vesicles in the cytoplasm Cell Movement • Crawling is accomplished via actin filaments and the protein myosin. • In cilia and flagella motor proteins pull components of the cytoskeleton past each otherعكس بعضهم. • This is also true in muscle cells.

  6. Transport vesicle ATP ADP+Pi ATP ADP+Pi Motor proteins Microtubule Motor proteins Motor proteinsare a class of molecular motors that are able to move along the surface of a suitable substrate. They are powered by the hydrolysis of ATP and convert chemical energy into mechanical work. MOTOR PROTEINS "WALKS" ALONG A MICROTUBULE TRACK

  7. Interactions of motor proteins and the cytoskeleton circulates materials within the cell. • The cytoskeleton may transmit mechanical signals that rearrange the nucleoli and other structures. • Motor molecules also carry vesicles or organelles to various destinations إلى أماكن مختلفة provided by the cytoskeleton.

  8. Motor Protein Microtubule Organelle P Energy Microtubules functions as tracks قضيب that guide motor proteins carrying organelles to their destination المكان المستهدف. They move chromosomes during cell division

  9. In many cells, microtubules grow out from a centrosomeالجسم المركزي near the nucleus. • Centrosome • In animal cells, the centrosome has a pair of centrioles, each with 9 tripletsof microtubules تسعة مجموعات كل منها مكون من ثلاثة أنيبيبات (9 + 0 pattern) arranged in a ringمُرتبة دائريا. • During cell division the centrioles replicate تتضاعف.

  10. Cilia and Flagella • Microtubules are the central structural supports both ciliaالأهداب and flagella الأسواط. • Both can move unicellular and small multicellular organisms by propelling دفع water outside the organism. • Cilia usually occur in large numbers on the cell surface. • Flagella usually occur in just one or a few per cell. • Cilia move more like oars مجادبف with alternating power and recovery strokes. • Flagella have an undulatory movement حركة تموجية. • So, They differ in their beating patternأسلوب الحركة.

  11. cilia flagellum

  12. Both cilia and flagella have the same ultrastructure التركيب الدقيق. • Both have a core مركز of microtubules sheathed by the plasma membrane. • 9-doublets (9 + 2 pattern) تسعة مجموعات كل منها مكون من أنيبيبتانof microtubules arranged around a pair at the center. • Flexible “wheels” of proteins connect outer doublets to each other and to the core. • The outer doublets are also connected by motor proteins. • The structureofcilium and flagellum is identical to that of centriole.

  13. Cilia and flagella are formed of arms of a motor protein (dynein بروتينالداينين). • Dynein arms alternately grab, move, and release the outer microtubules. • Protein cross-links limit sliding and the force is expressed as bending إلتواء. http://www.northland.cc.mn.us/biology/biology1111/animations/flagellum.html

  14. 7- Cell membrane • The plasma membrane functions as a selective barrier حاجز إختيارى that allows passage of oxygen, nutrients, and wastes for the whole volume of the cell.

  15. Cell membrane Proteins Composed of a kind of lipids (phospholipids) and proteins Lipid layer contains hydrophilic and hydrophobic regions Hydrophilicمُحب للماء Phospholipid Hydrophobicكاره للماء

  16. Comparison between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes