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Biology Organelles

Quiz on 12/14/07

Controls the movement into and out of the cell cell membrane
watery material which contains many of the material involved in cell metabolism cytoplasm
serves as a pathway for the transport of materials throughout the cell; also associated with synthesis and storage endoplasmic reticilum
serves as the control center for cell metabolism and reproduction nucleus
sites of protein synthesis ribosomes
involved in the digestion of food within the cell lysosomes
the "powerhouse" of the cell mitochondria
serves as storage centers for the secretory prodcuts of the cell golgi body
involved in cell division animal cells centrioles
fluid filled organelles enclosed by a membrane; contains stored food or wastes vacuole
site of the production of ribosomes nucleolus
controls movement into and out of the nucleus nuclear membrane
gives the cell its shape and provides protection; not found in animal cells cell wall
hairlike structures with the capacity for movement cilia
a long, hairlike structure used for movement flagella
site of photosynthesis chloroplast
during cytokinesis, new cell wall forms on both sides cell membrane
rod-shaped bodies that carry genetic information chromosomes
Created by: asc1892