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Cell review

7th grade SMS - alg. cell review

very tiny organelles, on which new PROTEINS are formed ribosomes
JELLYLIKE substance surrounding the nucleus cytoplasm
small, usually rond structure found within the nucleus nucleolus
non-living structure that surrounds the plant cell (outside the cell membrane / gives the cell shape and support) cell wall
NETWORK OF MEMBRANES that run through the cytoplasm CARRY MATERIALS to all parts of the cell Endoplasmic reticulum
the organelle where PHOTOSYNTHESIS takes place - to make food for the plant cell chloroplasts
controls all the activities of the cell, contains DNA, RNA, and chromosomes nucleus
Fluid filled sacs that store a variety of substances vacuoles
the organelle that encloses the cell and controls the movement of substances into and out of the cell cell membrane
the organelle where most of the energy required by the cell by releasing enegy from food mitochondria
delicate covering of the nucleus with tiny openings which controls the movement of substances into and out of the nucleus nuclear membrane
Created by: SimardRR