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Cell Membrane Approves what goes into the cell and what doesn't. The term for this is Selectively Permeable.
Nucleus Acts like the brain of the cell and stores all your genetic information.
Nuclear Envelope Controls what goes into the nucleus
Nuclear Pore The holes in the envelope allowing things to go in and out.
Nucleolus Contains instructions for making proteins.
Chromatin your genetic information or DNA.
Cytoplasm A jelly like substance that fills the cell.
Mitochondria The powerhouse of the cell.
Golgi Complex The UPS of your cell. It packages thing and ships them into the cell.
Centriole Aid in cell division
Micro-tubule Cellular highway. It helps things get from one place to another.
Vacuole A storage unit.
Lysosome Janitor of the cell. Eats bad things in the cell and spits it out outside the cell.
Microfilament Gives structure to the cell.
Ribosome Make amino acids.
Endoplasmic Reticulum Ttwo kinds: Rough and smooth. Rough has ribosomes stuck to it and makes proteins from amino acids. Smooth does not have ribosomes and makes fats.
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