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Cell Stucture

Cell Membrane I function is to keep the cell and its environment separate
Cytoplasm Its function is to suspend structures and move material using Cytoplasmic Streaming
Nucleus Its function is to direct cells
Mitochondrion It breaks down "cell food" and then realeses energy for cells to use
ER Its function is to provide a path to move things from the Nucleus to the edges of the cell
Ribsomes Its function is to make proteins
Golgi Body Its function is to package and then store
Vacuole The function is to store things
Lysosome Its function is to digest the waste and worn out cells parts
Cell Wall Its function is to protect and support the cell
Chloroplast Its function is to change light into chemical energy
Cytoskeleton Uses solid and hollow tube to keep their shape
Created by: baconlover