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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Cells and Organisms

Dia duit gach duine (Hello everyone),
       So, I will be doing a job from Dr. Moore. Enjoy~!

1. So, cells are the smallest units of life, that makes up all living things and to non-livings, they do not contain cells. I think actual worms contain cells, but not candy worms! Candy worms contain chemicals instead of cells. But, every living thing can make/consumer food, grow, and reproduce. I believe larger organisms doesn't need larger cells because every cell is rather the same size and larger organisms contain more cells than the smaller organisms. I do recall that such organisms with one cell is like bacteria and. But, there are multiple cell organisms like animals and plants. As told, bacteria is a one cell living thing because if one molecule of bacteria is one cell, we know that there are multiple cells of bacteria around us. We have different types of cells because each cell has a job of their own to do. When multiple cells in such like our body form together like muscle cells, we get muscle tissue. Not the tissue you blow on! A tissue is rather like a pattern/group of cells. Anyway, some example of different cells in plants are the water conducting cells. Another is, Sieve tube ( Organic Nutrient Conductor) cells.
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2. Alright then, I did the exploration and now I'm going to have to answer. Well first off, blood cells are rather far apart because of how each is like a sack and is capable of handling the transportation. The skin cells are closely together because the skin give support and protection to our body. Each of the body cells contains a different job. Not all of the cells in the world is the same nor different though. For example, Euglenas are more similar to leaf cells then muscle cells because Euglena can make their own food and appear in the color of green. Anyway, the trunk of a tree is most similar to such cells in plants and the cells Euglena because the trunk is like a passage-way for the nutrients to the rest of the body. Well now, let's begin explaining about some of the cells. Shall we?
    • The Root Cells: the cells that absorb water and nutrients in the ground, and transfers the nutrients to the rest of the plant
    • The Stem Cells: the cells that transfer all the nutrients from the roots to the rest of the plant
    • The Leaf Cells: the cell that makes food for the plant and takes carbon dioxide
    • The Skin Cells: the cells outside of the body that is straight and well arranged close together to protect us from heat, cold, and germs.
    • The Blood Cells: A living, plate-like cell that carries 
    • The Muscle Cells: A cell found in the muscle tissue of a body
    • Amoeba Cells: A protist that doesn't have a shape. So, they change shape every so often. They're found in water and eat bacteria, grow, and divide themselves. 
    • Euglena Cells: A green protist that makes up its own food and has a long tail to travel
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3. Finally of the questions, bones are the structure and protection of your human body. They make and give red blood cells. The bones preferred straight and arranged in a honeycomb-like order. So, this equals of how the bone has an hard outer structure:  the cells are tightly arranged with trillions of cells. Without it, your bones would easily break and you would die a lot sooner. But, how about a plant is a very good question some might ask. Well the 2 things I will talk about is how the leaves and stem work together in order for the plant to survive. The leaves collect carbon dioxide and make the food the plant needs. Meanwhile, the stem transfer the nutrients, water, food, and other stuff around the plant that needs it. Together, the plant is healthy as long as it gets the right amount of things that it needs. If the plant doesn't contain the leaves and stem...Well, there would be just roots and everything will be a disaster starting with the plants dying and us suffocating from carbon dioxide. But since they both have structure, living cells, and much more. I guess I should just explain about the things they have the in common and not. It's really important to know the concept of biology in any organisms. I should try explaining something else over the time.

                 Plant                                     Both                                         Human
    Uses Carbon Dioxide                  Uses a Gas                             Uses Oxygen
      Makes Own Food                      Needs Food                      Uses environment as foo
 Stem just structure & transfers  Gives Structure      Makes blood cells and gives structure    
      Gives off Oxygen                      Gives a Gas                           Gives off Oxygen
  Contains Roots & Leave            Needs Food & Water            Contains Digestive ________________________________________________________________________
I know my stuff was a bit dopey on this post. 
But, I hope this completes my assignment as well as allowing you guys to enjoy and learn. 
Thanks for coming and please come again~!

                                                                                                                                 ~MMV Kid

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