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Cell membrane Controls what enters and exits the cell.
Cell wall Thick layer that surrounds the plant cell.
Cytoplasm Fluid that fills the cell.
Chloroplasts Food producer for plant cell.
Golgi Apparatus Aids in modification, packaging, and distribution.
Mitochondria The "power house"of the cell; produces energy to fuel cell's activities.
Microtubules The conveyer belt in the cell, they move organelles.
Nucleoplasm Fluid found in nucleus of cell.
Nuclear membrane Double layered membrane surrounding and protecting the nucleus.
Nucleolus Parts of nucleus that makes parts to build ribosomes.
Ribosomes Are packets of RNA and is protein site of protein synthesis.
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Transports proteins, it's called the rough endoplasmic reticulum because of the ribosomes on its surface.
Smooth Endoplasmic reticulum It appears smooth by electron microscopy. It transports materials.
Vacuole Large fluid filled space inside the cell.
Nucleus Holds genetic information (DNA) for the cell.
Eukarkyote Any organism that has a membrane-bound nucleus.
Prokaryote Organisms who do not have a cell nucleus.
Unicellular An organism containing only one cell.
Multicellular Organism that contains more than one cell.
Cell theory The theory that cells make other cells.
Organelle A structure within the cell.
Lysosomes The purpose of the lysosome is to digest.
Turgor Pressure The pressure exerted from the cell to the cell wall.
Endocrine System Secretes hormones that regulate body; coordinates other organ systems.
Immune System Protects against disease.
Lymphatic System Part of circulatory system that moves lymphs around.
Homozygous Having same alleles.
Heterozygous Having different alleles.
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