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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 A cell unit Summary Plant and animal cells differ in a few ways, like how an animal cell doesn't have a cell wall or a chloroplast. A plant cell has multiple vacuoles, while the animal cell has one. Rules of a cell! 1. All living things are made of one or more living things. 2. All cells are created from other cells. 3. Cells are the most basic form of life. What makes up a cell. How to correctly use a microscope Diffusion and Osmosis Plant Cells and Animal Cells Unicellular and Multicellular Cells can be made up of seven main organelles. The first organelle is the nucleus, which is the brain of the cell because it controls all the activity inside the cell. The cell membrane is next, it is the body guard of the cell being as it only allows certain things in and out of the cell. The cell wall is an extra layer around the cell and the chloroplast conducts photosynthesis. The vacuole is the cells storage space for nutrition, while the mitochondria produces energy for the cell. The cytoplasm allows things to move around in the cell. When using a microscope you must hold it by the base. Start on the lowest magnification on the lens and increase. For adjustment, use the large coarse focus knob, then use the small fine focus knob. To prepare a slide mount you will need a cell, one to two drops of water and place the cover on a 45 degree angle. Diffusion is when you allow cells from an area of concentration to spread out to an area of lower concentration. Osmosis is similar to Diffusion by moving to an area of lower concentration, but different because it is the movement of fluid through selectively permeable membrane. A unicellular organism is made of one cell. It only requires one cell to function on basic needs and, depending on the cell, can move using a tail called a flagellum (E-coli) for movement, using cytoplasm like a blob (amoeba), or oar like hairs (paramecium). A multicellular organism is made up of multiple cells. It has specialized cells to fulfill basic needs and for survival. They can either move like an invertebrate or a vertebrate.
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