ResumenName: Fabiola Monserrat Gómez RamírezID: 2796215Course:Ciencias de la VidaTeacher: Miriam Teresa GarcíaModule: 1. Biology: The science of lifeActivity:Exercise 3 - Opción 2Date: 17 de Enero del 2018Bibliography: Carpediem. (1998). Célula eucariota. 17 de Enero del 2018, de El rincón del Vago Sitio web: (A. 2015,03. Características de las células vegetales. Revista Ejemplode.com. Obtenido 03, 2015, de -biologia/3709-caracteristicas_de_las_celulas_vegetales.html)EcuRed. (Desconocido). Células epiteliales. 18 de Enero del 2017, de EcuRed Sitio web: Horacio N. Nachon Cicciarella. (Desconocido). Cèlulas eucariotas. 18 de Enero del 2017, de Blogger Sitio web: Títle: The eukaryotic cells of plants and animals, their functions and characteristics.Introduction: The cell is the anatomical and functional unit of living beings, withwhich we are able to survive independently, can be a unicellular or pluricellular organism, in this activity we can determine what eukaryotic and prokaryotic cellsare composed of, their characteristics , basic functions and examples of these.Content: Type of ImageExampleBasic CharacteristicsBasic Functions
ResumencellEukaryote:vegetableRoot and stemVacuolas: are vesicles of membranes that cancome to occupy 90%of the cell volume. They perform storage functions.Cloroplastos: left inside a content called stroma and a series of lamellas, called thylakoid and have chlorophyll.Cuello: is the part that binds with the rootNudos: are bumps that occur along the stemThey are involved in cellular locomotion and phagocytosis, because they are the trainers of the pseudopodia. They form the contractile ring during the cytoplasmic division of the Celular circulacion of the SAPEucarionte:vegetalGreen algae•Rizoide: attaches tothe substrate and is not used as the mainbody to pick up water or nutrients.•Estipe: growing up as a short structure at the base of the alga, tissues within the Stipe are dividedinto three layers or regions. These regions include a central Medulla, a surrounding cortex and epidermis external. Talo: it is the structure of the algae and some plants and consists of three basic They maintain varied nutrition methods that include filtration and phagocytosis.Although most protist organisms are unicellular, others are multicellular without specialized tissues and no type of cell differentiation.