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What part of the cell is known as the "powerhouse"? mitochondria
What is the role of mitochondria? To release energy (by breaking down food)
Where are proteins made? Ribosomes
What part of the cell "breaks down" materials? Lysosomes
What part of the cell is known as the "control center" or "brain"? Nucleus
What makes food for a plant using the suns energy? (hint: GREEN) Chloroplast
This part controls what goes in and out of the cell. Cell Membrane
This part provides rigid structure and protection. Cell Wall
What does "DNA" stand for? Deoxyribonucleic Acid!
AKA: "storage tank" Vacuole
Cell City Analogy: Scrap Yard Lysosomes
Cell City Analogy: Postal Office Golgi Apparatus
Cell City Analogy: Widget Protein
Cell City Analogy: Small Shops Ribosomes
What part of the cell passes on traits? Chromosomes
What are the two pairs of chemical bases in DNA? A & T C & G
How many chromosomes are in each human cell? 46
What part is the largest of the organelles? Nucleus
Where is the Nucleolus located? In the Nucleus
Created by: Mills, Susan