The Organelle Cytoplasm in Cells

Discovery

-discovered in 1835

-no single scientist can be credited for discovering cytoplasm the discovery was possible due to contribution of several scientists, including Schleiden and Schwann
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Function

-within the cell membrane of all cell types and contains and supports all organelles and cell parts

-it is a thick, semi-fluid

-mainly composed of water, salts, and proteins

-the function relates with its structure by just a filling substance to hold up organelles

-made of water up to 80% nucleic acids, enzymes, lipids, non-organic ions, amino acids, carbohydrates, and lightweight molecular compounds
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In cells..

-cytoplasm is present within the cell membrane of all cell types

-works in conjunction with all organelles, the organelles get support to stay in the correct spot in the cell from cytoplasm

-bigger cells call for more cytoplasm, and smaller cells do not have as much; just enough for the cell to fill within their cell membrane

-all cells have cytoplasm but an example of a cell from the human body: a basal cell from skin tissue includes cytoplasm in their cell to have the cell function successfully

-the liquid component of cytoplasm: cytosol, churns and moves within the cytoplasm making the cytoplasm have a movement called cyclosis
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Cell Analogy
Cytoplasm: organelles

Floor: tables and chairs
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Resources
http://www.softschools.com/science/biology/function_of_cytoplasm/

https://www.nature.com/scitable/definition/cytoplasm-280

http://www.biology4kids.com/files/cell_cytoplasm.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cytoplasm
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