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homeschool science

plant and animal cells

microtubule a hollow cylinder that supports and shapes cell
chlorophyll traps light and is used to produce food for palnts
ribosomes where proteins are made
mitochondria the powerhouse of the cell
cytoplasm a jellylike substance within cell
nucleus this is the "brain or control center" of the cell and chromosomes are found here
Lyosome the digestion center of the cell
nucleolus a spherical body that is within the nucleus
cell membrane is like the border patrol it controls what comes in and out of the cell
chloroplasts food for the plant cells is made here
plastid stores food or contains pigment
endoplasmic reticulum surface for chemical activity
vacuole contains water and dissolved minerals
chromosomes contains code which guides all cell activities
Golgi bodies stores and releases chemicals
nuclear membrane holds nucleus together
cell wall shapes and supports a plant cell
Created by: emma3913