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7gr cell str & func

7th cell structure & function test

made of protein and RNA nucleolus
responsible for the formation of ribosomes nucleolus
structure in a eukaryotic cell that contains the genetic material a cell needs to reproduce and function nucleus
the outer boundry of the cytoplasm cell membrane
a protective covering enclosing an entire cell cell membrane
a layer that controls what enters or leaves the cell cell membrane
uses genetic material to assemble needed to make proteins ribosomes
manufactures proteins and other materials a cell needs to function smooth endoplasmic reticulum
"postal office" of the cell; processes, packages and transports proteins and other materials a cell needs to function golgi apparatus
function is to process and package macromolecules, such as proteins and lipids, after their synthesis and before they make their way to their destination; it is particularly important in the processing of proteins for secretion. golgi apparatus
stores and transports materials and wastes vesicles
releases chemical energy stored in sugars mitochondria
uses energy from sunlight to make sugars chloroplasts
covered with ribosomes and it is the site of protein synthesis rough endoplasmic reticulum
a thick, gelatin like material contained within the cell membrane cytoplasm
where most of the work is carried out in the cell cytoplasm
vesicles that contain chemicals that break down materials taken into the cell, as well as old cell parts lysosome
they move materials either into or out of the cell vacuole
where most of the water is stored in the cell vacuole
help regulate mitosis, the process by which one cell separates into two identical copies of the original. centrosomes
location during cell division where the centrioles move and form the spindle fibers to form (or move) chromosomes) centrosome
the definite boundary or wall that is part of the outer structure of certain cells, as a plant cell. cell wall
Created by: fhershey