and intracellular fluid is inside the cell.
intracellular fluid consist of amino acids and cytosol.
extracellular fluid consist of ions.and some enzyme which support the cells.
Enzymes can function both inside cells (intracellular) or outside cells (extracellular). Extracellular enzyme activity. For example, the enzymes that function in our digestive systems are manufactured in cells - but work extracellularly.
Extracellular enzyme activity
For example, the enzymes that function in our digestive systems are manufactured in cells - but work extracellularly. Spiders and flies are two examples of animals that have taken extracellular digestion a step further. They secrete an enzyme soup into or on their food. In spiders, this is injected into the prey's body. The enzyme soup digests the prey's body contents (specific enzymes breaking down proteins to amino acids, lipids into fatty acids and glycerol and polysaccharides into monosaccharides) and the spider simply sucks up the resulting already digested food. Saprophytic fungi also secrete enzymes through their hyphal tips in order to digest their food.
Intracellular enzyme activity
Enzymes that act inside cells are responsible for catalysing the millions of reactions that occur in metabolic pathways such as glycolysis in the mitochondria and in the photosynthetic pathway in the chloroplast. The lysosome contains many enzymes that are mainly responsible for destroying old cells.
Extracellular is fluid secreted to the environment outside the cell. ... Intracellular fluid is the liquid located inside the cells, while extracellular fluid surrounds the cells. While intracellular fluid contains proteins and amino acids and has a concentration gradient, extracellular fluid presents with more ions.
Extracellular Fluid. Extracellular fluid (ECF) or extracellular fluid volume (ECFV) usually denotes all the body fluid that is outside of the cells. The extracellular fluid can be divided into two major subcompartments: interstitial fluid and blood plasma.
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# Intracellular digestion, occurs inside the living cells with the help of lysosomal enzymes. Food particle is taken in through endocytosis. It forms a phagosome, which fuses with a lysosome. The digested material pass into the cytoplasm. The undigested matter is thrown out by exocytosis. It occurs in Amoeba, Paramecium, etc.
# Extracellular digestion In case of coelenterates digestion occurs in gastrovascular cavity. This cavity has gland cells which secrete digestive enzymes over the food. The partially digested fragmented food particles are ingested by nutritive cells. It occurs in Hydra, Aurelia, etc.
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the difference between intracellular digestion and extracellular digestionIntercellular digestion:- digestion take place inside of food vacuole of inside the celldigested food diffuse into cytoplasmless efficientno regional differentiationit is found in digestion:- digestion takes place inside the alimentary canal of the outside celldigested food observe in the cellit it is more efficientdigestive system is made different regionalit is found in multicellular organism
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