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parts of a cell

It's functions of a cell.

cell membrane parts of a cell that is the outer part which lets some things in and doesn't let some things in
nucleus it tells/shows the other parts of the cell what to do
chromatin part of a cell that is made up of protein and DNA and controls the activities of the cell
cytoplasm gel-like materials that carry out the life processes in the cell which contains large amounts of water and many chemicals
endoplasmic reticulum (ER) a floded membrane which moves material around of the cell and takes up a lot of room
ribosomes they know how and when to make specific proteins by getting directions from the hereditary material in the nucleus
golgi bodies packages and moves proteins to the outside of the cell
mitochondria organelles where they breakdown the food molecules, then the enegry is realesed
lysosomes when a cell is dead or some waste parts, lysosomes breaks it down (the health parts are covered by the membrane)
vacuole are fuild-filled temporary storage areas in the cell which store water, food or other needed items
nucleur membrane it protects the necleolus
nucleolus the place where ribsomes are made
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