This is our four year we started to go deeper and deeper in our stem class we are studying about animal cell and plant cell. I never know anything about it before but after I learn it for 2 week I started to understand more about it. Let me tell you what I have understood so far about animal cell and plant cells. What is the difference between an animal cell and a plant cell? A difference between plant cells and animal cells is that most animal cells are round whereas most plant cells are rectangular. Plant cells have a rigid cell wall that surrounds the cell membrane. Animal cells do not have a cell wall. There are so many organelles in animal cell and plant cell. The most important orgallen in an animal cell is nucleus, cytoplasm, ER, Golgi body, lysosome, nucleolus, mitochondria, cell membrane and for the most important for plant cell is Chromoplasts, Chromoplasts, Leucoplasts. The nucleus is the main function of the cell nucleus is to control gene expression and mediate the replication of DNA during the cell cycle. The cytoplasm is watery that helps the organelle flow around and also it helps the cell to keep in shape. ER is something that lets the nucleus stick to it and then the vesicle going to take the protein to the Golgi body. The Golgi body is a place that helps to change the shape of a protein and it also can add on something to a protein like a carbohydrate and a lipid. The lysosome is like a trash bin that it trying to collect all the trash in the cell and break it down with enzymes.midrochondria is a place that it create energy for every organelle to work well and the energy that it produces is ATP. The last is cell membrane, cell membrane it can let other elements get into the cell or get out from the cell.
So for Chromoplasts are plastids that contain chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is a green pigment. It gives plants their green color. Photosynthesis takes place in chloroplasts. They capture sunlight and use its energy to make glucose. Chromoplasts are plastids that contain other pigments. These other pigments give flowers and fruits their colors. Leucoplasts are plastids that make or store other molecules. For example, some leucoplasts make amino acids. Other leucoplasts store starch or oil.
For me, I think this is a really cool exploration. This exploration call Electricity in Cambodia. In this exploration we wanted to know more a lot about electricity in Cambodia and document it on our website, and also we need to know where does the electricity comes from. First, I think electricity came from outside countries like Vietnam and Thailand. But After I learn in this exploration I know a lot about it. Let me tell you what we have learned so far in this exploration. We have divided each other into 4 groups and all of them have work to do, they need to research on any energy source like hydropower, solar, windmill, else
So my team are working on how hydropower work? Let me tell you a bit of information that I know from how it work.
Hydropower create the energy of falling water through the dam. The hydro dam can be constructed anywhere that has a flowing stream of water. There are four main part in hydropower:
Dams are built to store and raise the level of water such as rivers to create flowing water. They can control the flow of water and effectively store the water used to provide energy at any time.
Turbine is a rotary mechanical device that is one of the main components to produce energy. They spin from the motion of falling water and turn it into mechanical energy.
Generator is connected to the turbine. When the turbine spin the generator acts the same. It converts mechanical energy from the turbine into electrical energy.
Transmission lines so after generator create electricity the Transmission lines can make the electricity increase or decrease.
I also know a lot about the generator, so the generator has the magnet around the copper wire. It will create electricity when the copper wire spin around the magnet but if you imagine the generator that we use to create an electricity every day is really really big and we can’t use our force to spin it, so how can we spin that generator. We need to use something to call a Turbine, the turbine are connected to generator so when the Turbine spin the generator is also spin like a turbine too.
There are 7 dams that operating in cambodia
- Kirirom I (12MW) in Kampong Speu
- Kamchay (193MW) in Kampot, which started operating in 2011
- Kirirom III (18MW), which started operating in 2013
- Stung Atai (120MW) in Pursat, which started operating in 2013
- Lower Russei Chrum (338MW) in Koh Kong, which started operating in 2014
- Stung Tatai (246MW) in Koh Kong, which began power production in 2014
- Lower Sesan II (400MW) in Stung Treng province, officially opened in 2018.
All of those 7 Dam mostly the owner is china and just only 2 of them are Cambodia, in one year all of that dam can create about 1327 MW every year but that 1327 MW can’t go to all the people in Cambodia so some people who live off-grid some they need to use a solar panel or wind power. EDC goal is to make all the people in Cambodia be on the grid by 2023.