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Thread-like material comprised of DNA and proteins, directs cells in making proteins CHROMATIN
Protein "factories" of cell, synthesize proteins as directed by DNA and RNA RIBOSOME
"UPS" of cell, processes and packages proteins and ships them out of cell via vesicles Golgi Apparatus
Surrounds and protects the control center (nucleus), controls what enters and leaves Nuclear Membrane
Jelly-like substance that makes up the cell, supports all the organelles Cytoplasm
Control center of the cell, houses the DNA, the big circle in the middle Nucleus
Surrounds and protects cell, controls what enters and leaves the cell Cell Membrane
Makes RNA and Ribosomes Nucleolus
"Skeleton" of cell, system of tube like structures that provide support and help direct movement of structures during cell reproduction Micro Tubules
"Immune System" of cell contains enzymes that digest and recycle proteins (including viruses and bacteria) Lyosome
Plays a key role in cell reproduction Centrioles
Small bubble-like thing that helps transport substances in and out of the cell Vesicle
Site of aerobic respiration "powerhouse of cell" Mitochondrion
Large bubble-like structure that stores food and other large molecules Vacuole
"Highway of cell", system of membranes that direct movement of substances throughout cell, there are two types rough and smooth ER Endoplasmic Reticulum
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