Math and Science with Mr Taylor
 
Consider what you have learned about the organelles of a cell. What do they do?  Where are they located?  Offer up some knowledge about an organelle...look back at the comments of others and help correct any misconceptions, or add something new about an organelle...or the cell in general.  Let's try to make this blog the best resource we can.

Do not get into cell division or genetics yet...that will be a future blog.  Right now we are trying to create a body of knowledge about cell structure and function available for ALL and accessable ANY TIME :-)

Only formal language allowed and no inappropriate postings or personal attacks or ridicule...this blogging oppertunity is a courtesy and a privaledge...please treat it as such.  Infractions wil have ramifications.

 


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Jasmine

Fri, 08 Apr 2011 8:36:17 am

The cell membrane allows very small molecules to pass freely, while the movement of larger molecules is managed by transport proteins.


With the moving animations and the person explaining it to me it was really easy to understand. I think we should view more of things like this.

 

Alexandria Palank

Fri, 08 Apr 2011 8:38:29 am

It was all good.It gave you a lot of info. On the cell Golgi Apparatus,
Endoplasmic Reticulum, and the Cell Membranes but the Diffusion wasn't there.



 

Mitzi

Fri, 08 Apr 2011 8:39:58 am

Inside the nucleus is the nucleolus. The nucleolus is where the RNA and protein molecules are made, once they are assembled they move through the nuclear pores and into the cytoplasm, and once they come together, they form the ribosomes. The ribosomes then build proteins. Just in case you didn't know, the nuclear envelope is riddled with pores. These pores are made-up of clusters of proteins and the proteins span both bilayers.

 

Jorge

Fri, 08 Apr 2011 8:40:36 am

The process of the lysosome is very simple. The Endoplasmic reticulum transports visicles through the golgi apparatus and lysosomes are create.When viruses and bacteria are ingested the lysosome fuses with a vesicle called phagosome and delivers its the particles it needs.It also recycles the defective or worn out mitochondria.

 

jared

Fri, 08 Apr 2011 8:41:10 am

WHAT I LEARNED ABOUT THE CELL IS THAT EVERY HUMAN ANIMAL AND EVEN PLANTS HAS A NUCLEUS AND ITS MADE UP OF DNA. IT CONTAIN MANY THINGS SHUCH AS RIBOSOMS WHICH MAKE UP PROTAINS, A CELLWALL WHICH PROTECTS THE CELL AND EVERY THING IN IT AND THE GOLGI BODY WICH PACK AND TRANSPORT PROTAINS TO THERE PROPER PLACE IN THE CELL.

 

Kionna

Fri, 08 Apr 2011 8:41:59 am

Lysosomes contains hydrolytic enzymes that digests alot of things. Lysosomes are fuses with the particle- containing vesicle when bacteria is ingested by phagocytosis. they also fuses with worn out mitocondria. Lysosomes also arise from the golgi apperatus.

 

Mr. Taylor

Fri, 08 Apr 2011 12:34:06 pm

These are some good observations and info. Some of you only mentioned the tutorial link's value but not any detail about your organelle(s). Post a second comment to rectify that.

Secondly...let's all look at the other links for the topics you did not research, and add you own comments about the other organelles. This way we will have overlap without being critical of one another.

This activity will precede our getting together for our share out conversation.

 



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