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Leo Leonardo III
03-24-2012, 09:26 PM
I gotta make a rap on cells (science) and I have to list all the functions of these organelles. No cursing, obviously. And no, you aren't dissing call parts. Just reorganize this into a rap format, please.
Nucleus- The "brain" of the cell. Contains chromosomes.
Nuclear membrane- Holds the nucleus together.
Nucleolus- A spherical body within the nucleus.
Endoplasmic Reticulum- Transports proteins, the surface for chemical activity.
Cell Membrane- The skin, or outer layer of a cell, controls access in and out of the cell.
Cell Wall- Found only in plant cells, is a protective layer outside of the cell membrane.
Ribosomes- these make protein.
Cytoskeleton- A form of a scaffolding made up of protein.
Golgi apparatus- Packages proteins before they are sent to their destination.
Cytoplasm- Jelly-like stuff that makes up the space within the cell membrane
Mitochondria- Produces energy for the cell. The "powerhouse" of the cell.
Vacuoles- Water containers, larger for plants, smaller for animal cells.
Lysosomes- Organelle that breaks down food and waste.
Centrioles- Found mainly in animal cells, helps split cells.
Plastid- Stored food or contains pigment.
Chlorophyll- traps light, used to make food for plants.
Chromosomes- contains code that guides all cell activity.

If you can't rap about science, then, um, thanks for reading.

03-24-2012, 10:32 PM
First and most importantly you have the nucleus its the Brain of the cell,
It contains chromosomes, and helps keep the rest of the body well.
Next, you got something that holds the nucleus together, thats it's game.
It's important and it's name is the nuclear membrane.
You got spheres in the nucleus called nucleolus, then there's the endoplasma reticulum.
It transports proteins and is the chemical activity surface, so dont call it dumb.
Now you see the cell skin, it's called the cell membrane, and it controls access.
Also, the cell wall is like a body guard in plants, to make sure there is no mess.
Ribosomes make proteins, and protein makes a cytoskeleton.
There is also cytoplasm that makes up space and looks a lot like gelatin.
the Golgi Apparatus sends all the protein out ready for shipment.
But its gotta be held somewhere and its stored in the plastid with pigment.
The mitochondria gets the cell up and running its called the powerhouse.
Vacuoles store large amouts of water for plants, but small amounts for animals like a mouse.
Lysosomes break down the stuff we dont need anymore and gets rid of it.
While centrioles are mostley in animal cells, and they help the cells split.
Cloroplyll traps sunlight and makes plant food in a snap.
while chromosomes guide cells with codes like a map.
each and everyone one of our cells protect us in its own way.
So take care of yourself each and every day.

BobbyBobber
03-25-2012, 12:35 AM
I gotta make a rap on cells (science) and I have to list all the functions of these organelles. No cursing, obviously. And no, you aren't dissing call parts. Just reorganize this into a rap format, please.
Nucleus- The "brain" of the cell. Contains chromosomes.
Nuclear membrane- Holds the nucleus together.
Nucleolus- A spherical body within the nucleus.
Endoplasmic Reticulum- Transports proteins, the surface for chemical activity.
Cell Membrane- The skin, or outer layer of a cell, controls access in and out of the cell.
Cell Wall- Found only in plant cells, is a protective layer outside of the cell membrane.
Ribosomes- these make protein.
Cytoskeleton- A form of a scaffolding made up of protein.
Golgi apparatus- Packages proteins before they are sent to their destination.
Cytoplasm- Jelly-like stuff that makes up the space within the cell membrane
Mitochondria- Produces energy for the cell. The "powerhouse" of the cell.
Vacuoles- Water containers, larger for plants, smaller for animal cells.
Lysosomes- Organelle that breaks down food and waste.
Centrioles- Found mainly in animal cells, helps split cells.
Plastid- Stored food or contains pigment.
Chlorophyll- traps light, used to make food for plants.
Chromosomes- contains code that guides all cell activity.

If you can't rap about science, then, um, thanks for reading.
Wow... I had it easy. When I learned this stuff, I only had Nucleus, Nuclear membrane, Nucleolus, Cell Membrane, Cell wall, Ribosomes, Golgi, Cytoplasm, Mitochondria, Vacuoles, Plastid, Chlorophyll, and Chromosomes. I forgot them all by now. :lawl:

BBC7
03-25-2012, 12:46 AM
I gotta make a rap on cells (science) and I have to list all the functions of these organelles. No cursing, obviously. And no, you aren't dissing call parts. Just reorganize this into a rap format, please.
Nucleus- The "brain" of the cell. Contains chromosomes.
Nuclear membrane- Holds the nucleus together.
Nucleolus- A spherical body within the nucleus.
Endoplasmic Reticulum- Transports proteins, the surface for chemical activity.
Cell Membrane- The skin, or outer layer of a cell, controls access in and out of the cell.
Cell Wall- Found only in plant cells, is a protective layer outside of the cell membrane.
Ribosomes- these make protein.
Cytoskeleton- A form of a scaffolding made up of protein.
Golgi apparatus- Packages proteins before they are sent to their destination.
Cytoplasm- Jelly-like stuff that makes up the space within the cell membrane
Mitochondria- Produces energy for the cell. The "powerhouse" of the cell.
Vacuoles- Water containers, larger for plants, smaller for animal cells.
Lysosomes- Organelle that breaks down food and waste.
Centrioles- Found mainly in animal cells, helps split cells.
Plastid- Stored food or contains pigment.
Chlorophyll- traps light, used to make food for plants.
Chromosomes- contains code that guides all cell activity.

If you can't rap about science, then, um, thanks for reading.
Wow... I had it easy. When I learned this stuff, I only had Nucleus, Nuclear membrane, Nucleolus, Cell Membrane, Cell wall, Ribosomes, Golgi, Cytoplasm, Mitochondria, Vacuoles, Plastid, Chlorophyll, and Chromosomes. I forgot them all by now. :lawl:

And when I learn it...I don't even think I can remember all that information!

ZoroarkPKMN
03-25-2012, 08:04 AM
I gotta make a rap on cells (science) and I have to list all the functions of these organelles. No cursing, obviously. And no, you aren't dissing call parts. Just reorganize this into a rap format, please.
Nucleus- The "brain" of the cell. Contains chromosomes.
Nuclear membrane- Holds the nucleus together.
Nucleolus- A spherical body within the nucleus.
Endoplasmic Reticulum- Transports proteins, the surface for chemical activity.
Cell Membrane- The skin, or outer layer of a cell, controls access in and out of the cell.
Cell Wall- Found only in plant cells, is a protective layer outside of the cell membrane.
Ribosomes- these make protein.
Cytoskeleton- A form of a scaffolding made up of protein.
Golgi apparatus- Packages proteins before they are sent to their destination.
Cytoplasm- Jelly-like stuff that makes up the space within the cell membrane
Mitochondria- Produces energy for the cell. The "powerhouse" of the cell.
Vacuoles- Water containers, larger for plants, smaller for animal cells.
Lysosomes- Organelle that breaks down food and waste.
Centrioles- Found mainly in animal cells, helps split cells.
Plastid- Stored food or contains pigment.
Chlorophyll- traps light, used to make food for plants.
Chromosomes- contains code that guides all cell activity.

If you can't rap about science, then, um, thanks for reading.


So first
There's a cell and he's got some little friends
So let's meet these friends
See what's inside him
There's a nucleus
Controlling the cells
But the nucleolus is inside
The nucleus' self
And guarding the nucleus
We have a nuclear membrane, see 'em?
We also have the ER,
Or endoplasmic reticulum!
Then the cell has a membrane
Shielding its doors
But plants have a big barrier
On their membrane core!
Then these little tiny purple things
Make protein, they're called ribosomes
The protein makes cytoskeleton
A forming of scaffold
Now the Golgi apparatus
Looks like the ER organelle
But this one pack proteins
Like a factory 'bout to sell
And the cell membrane is covered
With red little jelly
Called the cytoplasm,
It protects the membrane, O NELLY!
Mitochondria
Called the powerhouse
Looks like fruit-roll-ups in a oval-shaped
Egg, oh wow!
But there are these things in plants
That store water, oh no!
I think that this organelle's
Called a vacuole!
Chromosomes give a person their gene
So scientific!
Chlorophyll traps light for plant cells
Give them food so that they're living!
Lysosomes break down food and waste
Centrioles help split cells
Plastid contains pigment
THOSE ARE ALL THE ORGANELLES!!

(Is that ok? :D I learned about this is school in November/December)

BobbyBobber
03-25-2012, 12:29 PM
I gotta make a rap on cells (science) and I have to list all the functions of these organelles. No cursing, obviously. And no, you aren't dissing call parts. Just reorganize this into a rap format, please.
Nucleus- The "brain" of the cell. Contains chromosomes.
Nuclear membrane- Holds the nucleus together.
Nucleolus- A spherical body within the nucleus.
Endoplasmic Reticulum- Transports proteins, the surface for chemical activity.
Cell Membrane- The skin, or outer layer of a cell, controls access in and out of the cell.
Cell Wall- Found only in plant cells, is a protective layer outside of the cell membrane.
Ribosomes- these make protein.
Cytoskeleton- A form of a scaffolding made up of protein.
Golgi apparatus- Packages proteins before they are sent to their destination.
Cytoplasm- Jelly-like stuff that makes up the space within the cell membrane
Mitochondria- Produces energy for the cell. The "powerhouse" of the cell.
Vacuoles- Water containers, larger for plants, smaller for animal cells.
Lysosomes- Organelle that breaks down food and waste.
Centrioles- Found mainly in animal cells, helps split cells.
Plastid- Stored food or contains pigment.
Chlorophyll- traps light, used to make food for plants.
Chromosomes- contains code that guides all cell activity.

If you can't rap about science, then, um, thanks for reading.
Wow... I had it easy. When I learned this stuff, I only had Nucleus, Nuclear membrane, Nucleolus, Cell Membrane, Cell wall, Ribosomes, Golgi, Cytoplasm, Mitochondria, Vacuoles, Plastid, Chlorophyll, and Chromosomes. I forgot them all by now. :lawl:

And when I learn it...I don't even think I can remember all that information!
Don't worry. It easy.

Leo Leonardo III
03-25-2012, 05:27 PM
Freaking awesome guys!!! :DDDDDD

03-26-2012, 04:09 PM
which are ur gonna use?

Leo Leonardo III
03-26-2012, 09:02 PM
which are ur gonna use?
I can only use one, and I had to use a short one, so I used yours! I got an A :D

03-26-2012, 09:17 PM
awesome!!!!!