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Cell Organelles

cell membrane the protective outer layer that controls what enters and leaves.
endoplazmic reticulum (ER) a folded membrane that moves materials around inside the cell.
nucleus stores info pn DNA molecules/directs acivities of the cell
ribosomes on ER the smallest organelle/ makes proteins
cytoplasm gel-like material that streams through cell/ stores chemicals
golgi body stacks of sac-like membranes/ packages materials to ship out
vacuole small sac that stores water, food, and waste temporarily
mitochondrion inner folded membrane/ breaks down glucose to release energy
lysosomes small sacs with pores/ digestive ensymes get rid of waste, worn out parts, and invaders
cell wall ridged outer structure that provides support and protection
vacuole much larger in plant cells/ stores water and helps keep the shape of the plant
chloroplast contains chlorophyll/ captures energy from sunlight and stores it in glucose molecules. IT IS GREEN! (blasts of chloroplasts, filled with chlorophyll)
Created by: Molly Grube