In this topic, we are going to show you how to build an animal cell model project for your school science project or exhibitions.
Animal cells are called eukaryotic cells which mean they have a nucleus and specialized structures know as organelles which carry out different functions.
They do not contain cell walls or chloroplasts which help in carrying out photosynthesis. The animal cell has different parts which contain multiple types of specialized organelles that carry out all of its functions.
Not each and every animal cell has all types of organelles however in general animal cells contain most if not all organelles. Animal cells have a membrane-bound nucleus.
The nucleus contains DNA; it also contains other tiny cellular structures which perform specific functions normal cellular operations. The tiny cellular structure produces hormones and enzymes which provide energy to animal cells.
Various parts of animal cells are the nucleus, Ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum, Vesicles, Golgi apparatus, mitochondria, Cytosol, Cytoskeleton, and cell membrane.
Animal cells perform many functions like producing and storing energy, replicating DNA, making proteins and molecules transportation through the body.
Example: Heart has cardiac muscle cells that beat in unison.
How to make An Animal Cell Model Making Video
In this video, we will show you the following steps and items that can be used to build a 3D animal cell model at home(using best out of waste) by taking help freely from your parents.
- White Chart Paper
- Color Paints
- Card Board
- Paint brush
- Hot Glue Gun
- Foam Sheet
- Waste Boxes to get cardboard
- Scissor to Cut
Prepare for Science Fair Questions & Answers
1.What are animal cells and their functions?
There are different types of animal cells which perform specific functions like carrying oxygen, secreting mucus, contracting muscles and protecting organs. Cells of animals are complex and advanced in nature.
2.What is present in animal cell?
Animal cells have lysosomes which perform the functionality of garbage disposal.
3.What are some examples of transportation?
Public transportation includes buses, trams and trolleybuses, fast and passenger trains, metro, ferries.
4.What are examples of animal cells?
Animal cells have flagella, lysosomes, centrioles and cilia which is not present in plant cells.
5.Do animal cells have a cell wall?
No animal cells do not have cell wall however they have cell membrane
Animal cells perform various functions such as producing and storing energy, making proteins, transporting molecules throughout the body and replicating the DNA.