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Parts of a Cell (KM)

Cytoplasm A jellylike substance flowing between the nucleus and the cell membrane.
Nucleus known as the “brain” of the cell.
Ribosomes make proteins for the cell
cell basic living unit of an organism
cell membrane the membrane helps hold the cell together and controls materials going and out of the cell
cell wall Provides protection and gives the plant cell added structure.
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum (RER) Helps produce protein and DNA structures.
Golgi Complex Package and transport materials out of the cell
Mitochondria "Power plant". Provides energy for cell processes.
Chloroplasts Uses sunlight to make food for the plant.
Lysosomes Contain digestive enzymes to break down materials.
Vacuole Storage sac for food, water, or waste
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum (SER) Detoxifies harmful substances.
Cytoskeleton Provides transportation for cells.
chromosomes Contains an organism’s entire gnome, or genetic material.
Centrosome Distribute microtubules for motor proteins to transport vesicles. In other words – moves the microtubules around so they can send out spindle fibers to attach to the centromeres on the chromosomes.
Created by: krissy005