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Cell parts functions

for science

Nucleous brain of cell, DNA made here has own membrane
Cell Membrane Skin of cell, nutrients and water travel through
Cytoplasm liquid jelly, nutrients pass through osmosis
Nucleolus found inside nucleus, has RNA, scientist don't know what it does
Ribosomes little grains, proteins made here
Endoplasmic Reticulum long hall that allows materials to move around the cell
Golgi Body packaging and transportation system
Chloroplasts photosynthesis happens here, small can cake stacks inside
Cell Wall found only in plants, protects the plant from bursting when vacuoles are full of water
Chromosomes thread-like material inside nucleous,have genes that plan of who we are
Multicellular lots of cells, use mitosis to repair wounds, grow, and replace dead cells
Prokaryotic Cells structure that lack a membrane-bound nucleous
Organelle keeps the cell alive and functioning
DNA The fundamental characteristics of someone or something, contains instructions needed for an organism to develop, reproduce and survive
Vacuoles removing unwanted structrual debris, surrounding the cell materials that might be toxic to the cell
Centrioles take part in the cell division, a cell organelle
Uniceullar one celled, means bacteria and other microorganisms
Eukaryotic Animals, Fungi, and plants are eukaryotic, animal- make up tissue
Chromatid half of chromosome, joined by their centromeres for the process of cell division
Mitochondria an organelle found in a large number of most cells has two membranes one inside other, sugar energy is made into usable energy
Lysosomes contains enzymes which digest food can kill cell
Created by: lisahabegger