What does this part of the cell do?
The part of the cell that is like a recipe book would be the DNA. This is because the DNA tells the organelles each of their functions.
because the mitochondria is the "power house" of the cell and makes energy, the most logical answer to this question is that the digestive tract is the human body part most like the mitochondria.
The part of a cell that protects and supports it is the cell wall and the nucleus respectively. Every part of the cell has its unique function that allows the cell to survive.
The centriole is the part of the cell that goes to the end of each cell during prophase and forms spindal fibers.A centriol is what divides cells and is only in animal cells
The outermost structure of an animal cell is the cell membrane. The cell membrane is the membrane separating the interior of the cell from the outside environment. It is made up of proteins and lipids.
it is cell membrane
they both have a nucleus they both have cells and the both have a cell wall with it
Nothing is considered a "anmail" however humans are animals
THE cell doesnt WORK alone
The nucleus controls and tells each part of the cell what to do.
probably a cat or doq
The four components are plasma which is a liquid a red blood cell is a cell white blood cell is a cell and platelets are a part of a cell.
i dunno! I am checking out the colour of each part in the plant cell after paper chromatography
The nucleus has DNA which has all the blueprints that direct the functions of each cell.
The cell wall
The cell is the individual unit of which each part of the body is composed. It also is the smallest independent building block within the body.