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What is the ER (Endoplasmic Reticulum)in a cell? Folded membranes that materials can be processed and moved around inside the cell.
What does the plant cell have that the animal cell doesn't? Cell walls and chloroplasts.
True or false : The vacuole is what makes the cell's proteins. False, The vacuole stores water, waste products, food, and other materials.
Which of the following cell parts is a protective layer around the cell? A. Cytoplasm B. Nucleus C. Cell Membrane D. Golgo Bodies C. Cell Membrane.
Which cell part acts as an office inside a school? The nucleus.
If a cell were to not have mitochondria, What would that cell not be able to do? The cell wouldn't be able to produce or realeas energy stored in food.
What is the gelatin mixture of chemicals and water that flows inside the cell membrae around the organelles? Cytoplasm.
What's the job of the golgi bodies? Their job is to pack and carry proteins around the cell to the membrane to be realeased outside of the cell.
True or false : The lysosome breaks down food molecules, cell wastes, and worn out cell parts to be recycled. True.
The _______ ________ acts as a security system around nucleus by keeping DNA in and allowing only certain materials to pass through. Nucleur Membrane.
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