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Concepts in Biochemistry - Cell Structure Interactive Animation

Concepts in Biochemistry - Cell Structure Interactive Animation

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Interactive Animal and Plant Cells Nucleolus: The prominent structure in the nucleus is the nucleolus. The nucleolus produces ribosomes, which move out of the nucleus and take positions on the rough endoplasmic reticulum where they are critical in protein synthesis. Cytosol: The cytosol is the "soup" within which all the other cell organelles reside and where most of the cellular metabolism occurs. Cytoplasm: This is a collective term for the cytosol plus the organelles suspended within the cytosol. Centrosome: The centrosome, or MICROTUBULE ORGANIZING CENTER (MTOC), is an area in the cell where microtubules are produced. During animal cell division, the centrioles replicate (make new copies) and the centrosome divides. Centriole (animal cells only): Each centriole is a ring of nine groups of fused microtubules. Golgi: The Golgi apparatus is a membrane-bound structure with a single membrane. Lysosome: Lysosomes contain hydrolytic enzymes necessary for intracellular digestion.

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A Science Odyssey: You Try It: DNA Workshop An embryonic cell divides again and again. Where there was one cell there are two, then four, then eight,... Each holds all the genetic information needed to create a human being. Hair grows from your head, nonstop, day in and day out. The answers to these questions are DNA replication and protein synthesis. Knowledge of the structure of DNA began with the discovery of nucleic acids in 1869. The activity in this section places you within the cell, involving you with the processes of DNA replication and protein synthesis. If you're interested in finding out more about DNA and protein synthesis, check out the other sections. Related People and Discoveries entries

Paramecium, an introduction. Biology teaching resources by D G Mackean Paramecium is a ciliate protozoan. Ciliates’ bodies are covered with fine cytoplasmic hair-like structures called cilia. Flickering movements of the cilia propel the organism through the water and also create feeding currents. Paramecium is a ciliate. Unlike amoeba, paramecium has a distinct and permanent shape and certain areas of cytoplasm, (cell organelles), are specialised to carry out specific functions. Locomotion. If paramecium encounters an obstacle, it reverses the ciliary beat and moves back. Feeding. Any undigested matter is expelled through the anal pore. Reproduction. There is also a complex sexual process in which two paramecia join by their oral surfaces. Osmoregulation. In amoeba, the vacuole forms near the posterior end but is not associated with a particular structure. Paramecium has two contractile vacuoles, one at each end, which fill and contract alternately. Other ciliates. For illustrations to accompany this article see Protista See also: Videos of Paramecium

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