Posts Tagged ‘Animal Cell Mitochondria’
Animal Cell Mitochondria
Animal cloning process produced the first animal ‘clone’, that is an exact genetic duplicate of an animal in the form of ‘Dolly’, a sheep, who was born on 5 th of July 1996. Since then, the animal cloning process has been refined and has produced many animal clones. This article will give a brief outline of the animal cloning process and the benefits of animal cloning.
Animal Cloning Process Explained
There are many types of cloning procedures. The process of creating an exact genetic replica of an animal, in the form Read the rest of this entry »
Animal Cell Ribosomes
In the article – The Truth about Life: The Nature of Life – by the same author, we learned that the true nature of Life is matter-energy assimilation for a sustainable purpose.
We also learned that everything about Life has its basis in a Cell.
To truly understand Life we need to know the Cell well, for the Cell is the fundamental support of Life!
What is the nature of a Cell, the true Living Organism?
A Cell is the simplest form of matter-energy able to assimilate Read the rest of this entry »
Animal Cell Cytoplasm
Endoplasmic reticulum structure
Endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is a type of organelle inside a cell. ER is a network of fluid-filled tubes. There are two types of ER, rough and smooth. A cell may have both or only one, depending on its function.
• Rough ER is joined to the nuclear membrane. Its external surface is studded with ribosomes (organelles involved with protein formation).
• Smooth ER is continuous with rough ER but has no ribosomes.
Endoplasmic reticulum functions Read the rest of this entry »