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Skience cell


Vacuole The vacuole is filled with nutrients.
Cell wall The cell wall protects and supports the plant,gasses water and other minerals can pass through.
Chloroplasts Chloroplasts create a green substance called chlorophyl. Chlorophyl allows the plant cell to make its own food using sunlight(photo-synthesis).
Where is the genetic information found In the chromosomes.
Nucleus The nucleus is the control centre of the cell, it directs the cells activities.
Chromosomes Chromosomes are found inside the nucleus,they contain the genetic information.
Cell Membrane The cell wall acts as a gatekeeper, it controls movement of materials in and out of the cell.
Cytoplasm Most of the cell is cytoplasm, cytoplasm allows materials to transported throughout the cell.
Mitochondria Provides cells with energy,they combine sugar molecules with oxygen to create carbon dioxide.
Ribosomes They are attached to endoplasmic reticulum to produce proteins.
Endoplasmic Reticulum They are folded membranes that carry materials throughout the cytoplasm.
The Golgi Apparatus Proteins are stored, then sent off through vesicles then to outside of the cell.
Lysosomes They clean up the cytoplasm and break down large items into many small ones.
Diffusion The movement of cells frpm a high concentration of molecules to a area of low concentration