Animal Cells - Group: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Phan Hoang Anh Do...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  5/31/10 Group: 1. Phan Hoang Anh 2. Do Thanh Tung 3. Duong Hoang Loc 4. Hoang Van Vinh 5. Nguyen Huy Thanh
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 5/31/10 Animal Cells
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 5/31/10 An  animal cell  is a form of eukaryotic cell that  makes up many tissue in animals. The animal cell  is distinct from other eukaryotes, most notably  plant cells, as they lack cell walls and chloroplast,  and they have smaller vacuoles. Due to the lack of  a rigid cell wall, animal cells can adopt a variety of  shapes, and a phagocytic cell can even engulf  other structures. There are many different cell types. For instance, 
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 5/31/10 Here is a typical animal cell.  Cells are specialized to do  different jobs. They are usually  arranged into tissues. A tissue  contains many cells all of the  same kind and all doing the  same jobs. 
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 5/31/10 This is a fairly typical animal cell.  Like all other animal cells it has a  nucleus, cytoplasm and a cell 
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 5/31/10 Here is a diagram of a sperm. It is a single cell and just like other  cells it has a nucleus, cytoplasm and a nucleus. It is specialized to  carry genetic information. It has very little cytoplasm. It has one very  large mitochondrion. It has a ling tail. The tail gets ATP energy from 
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 5/31/10 This is a motor neurone (nerve cell). It is very long. The cell  body at the left side of the diagram is found in the spinal cord  or brain. The motor end plates are found on the surface of a 
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2010 for the course ACCOUNTING 1273353 taught by Professor Lyon during the Spring '10 term at Troy.

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