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Cell Types by Mind Map: Cell Types
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Cell Types

Eukaryote

Example

Animal, Small Vacuole, Plasma Membrane, Mitochondria, Round

Plant, Large Vacuole, Cell Wall, Chloroplast, Rectangular

Fungus

Protist

Features

Nucleus

Linear DNA

Large

Complex

Membrane Around Organelles

Reproduces Slowly

Prokaryote

Example

Bacteria

Features

No Nucleus

Circular DNA

Small

Simple

No Membranes Around Organelles

Reproduces Quickly

Organelles

Ribosome

Ribosomes look like small olives because they're tiny, black dots. There are usually many of them together.

Golgi Apparatus

Golgi apparatus looks like sliced ham because they are layered and curved on the outside. Not as close to the nucleus as the smooth ER.

Rough ER

Rough ER looks like a moldy ham slice because it is stacked together and has ribosomes all over it.

Smooth ER

Rough ER looks like a moldy ham slice because it is stacked together and has ribosomes all over it.

Nucleus

Nucleus looks like an eyeball because it is round and has a darker circle in the middle.

Mitochondria

Mitochondria look like flat worms because they're ovals and have a curved design inside them. The lines inside them don't overlap.

Chloroplast

Chloroplast look like flat worms because they're ovals and have a design on them. Mitochondria have curvy lines whereas chloroplasts have squiggly lines that overlap each other. Chloroplasts are not in animal cells.

Plasma Membrane

Plasma membrane looks like an egg shell because it covers the cell like an egg shell does. It is the outer cover of every cell.

Vacuole

Vacuole looks like a balloon because it is round and big. It takes up most of the cell in plant cells, but are smaller in animal cells.

DNA