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Cell Organelles

Cell Wall The Wall -- Protective border for plant cell support and structure
Chloroplast Plant Kitchen -- Makes the food for the plants (Photosynthesis happens here)
Cell Membrane The Gate -- This allows good substances into the cell and wastes out
Nucleus The Headquarters -- Contains the DNA which gives instructions to the cell
Ribosomes Factory Workers -- Smallest organelles that build proteins
Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) Highway -- Produces and transports proteins
Mitochondria Powerhouse -- Releases energy by breaking down food and sugars
Golgi Complex Packaging Station -- Packages and delivers proteins through and out of the cell
Vesicals Vehicles (or Delivery Trucks) -- Small delivery structures for transporting materials in the cell
Lysosomes Garbage Trucks -- Digests and gets rid of wastes in the cell
Vacuoles Storage Tanks -- Stores the water and fluids for the cell
Cytoplasm Jello -- Watery fluid that supports organelles in the cell (Not really an organelle)
Robert Hooke 1st scientist to describe cells -- He looked at cork cells
Anton van Leeuwenhoek Looked at blood, pond scum, bacteria, and yeast under microscopes
prokaryote single-celled organism with no nucleus
eukaryote multi-celled organism with a nucleus in each of its cells
Created by: emanning175