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1. Find ten images that represent the eukaryotic cell (five of animal origin and five of plant origin), as well as five illustrations of a prokaryotic cell. 2. Put your images in a comparative table and point out the basic characteristics of each type of cell. 3. In the same table, describe the basic functions of each cell. Review the following example: Type of cell Image Example Basic characteristic s Basic functions Eukaryote: animal Neuron These are cells essential for the nervous system in animals. They are specialized in the reception of stimuli. Eukaryote: animal Female cell It has a central nucleus that contains the genetic of the female. It’s capable of develop a new organism when fertilized with a sperm. Eukaryote: animal White blood cell Component of the blood that lacks of hemoglobin and it is capable of motility. Defends the body of diseases. Eukaryote: animal Smooth muscles cells It is located in the mainly hollow organs such as the urinary, reproductive, intestinal and respiratory. They contributed to the function of peristalsis and vasoconstriction . Eukaryote: animal Male cell It has a whiplike tale. Helps to fertilize an ovum.
Eukaryote: plant Sclerenchym a Cells They are thick and contain various shapes. Provides internal support for various organs of the plants Eukaryote: plant Parenchyma Cells Compose the middle layer of the leaves and inner and outer layers of the roots and stems. These synthetize and store organic products in the plant. Eukaryote: plant Xylem Eukaryote: plant Phloem Eukaryote: plant Collenchyma cell Prokaryotic cell.

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