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Crookse 7S2

Seventh Grade Science Set 2

A part within a cell that has a specific function or “job”. A cell contains many different types of these, each with different functions or jobs. Organelle
The part of a cell that separates the interior of the cell from the outside environment. Controls what enters and leaves the cell. Cell Membrane
The gel-like interior of a cell that contains the interior cell parts or structures. Cytoplasm
A part within a cell that is often called the “control center.” This part contains DNA. Nucleus
A tough outer coating that surrounds plant cells. This helps give plants structural support (like a skeleton does for animals). Cell Wall
A material that contains all the coded instructions for a cell to function (or do the cell’s job) and reproduce. DNA
A part within a cell that converts food into an energy source that can be used by cells. These are sometimes called the “powerhouses” of the cell. Mitochondrion
A tiny structure within a cell that makes proteins. Ribosome
A substance that cells use for energy. Cells make this from food. ATP
One of the building blocks of living things, especially in tissues such as skin and muscle. Meat products contain a lot of this. Protein
A process in which plants are able to use sunlight to chain together carbon dioxide from the air and create sugar. Photosynthesis
A part in a plant cell that is able to make glucose (a type of sugar) by photosynthesis. The place within a plant cell where photosynthesis takes place. Chloroplast
Created by: crookse