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Helps protect and support the cell and is made of a strong material called cellulose Cell Wall
controls which substances pass into and out of a cell Cell membrane
acts as the cells control center and directs all of the cells activities Nucleus
tiny cell structures that each have specific jobs Organelles
thin strands of material that fill the nucleus and contain information for dircting cell's functions Chromatin
where ribosomes are made Nucleolus
small grain shaped organelles that produce protiens Ribosomes
thick, clear, gel-like fluid that moves constantly within a cell, carrying along the nucleus and other organelles Cytoplasm
Convert energy stored in food energy the cell can use to live in function "powerhouse" Mitochondria
A network of membranes that produce many substances; also help ribosomes make proteins Endoplasmic Reticulum
Recieves proteins from the ER, packages them, and distributes them to other parts of the cell or to outside the cell. Also known as the "Post Office" Golgi Apparatus
Water filled sac that stores food, water, or other materials needed by the cell. Also store waste products until the wastes are removed. Vacuole
Captures energy from sunlight and changes it to a form of energy cells can use in making food Chloroplast
Contain substances that break down large food particles into smaller ones and also break down old cell parts and release the substances to be used again. "Recycling center" Lysosomes
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