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Science Review

Bacteria Prokaryotiv cells with a cell wall
Archeabacteria Prokaryote with cell wall, but live in extreme enviroments.
Eukarya Protists, fungus, plants, animals
Protists plant-like
cytoplasm soultion of mostly water that contains dissolved ions, molecules, and the enzymes needed for the cell to functtion.toplasm
ribosomes structures that are the site for protein synthesis
organelle any cell part surrounded by a membrane
nucleus membrane-bound that contains DNA
mitochondria membrane-bound organelle that burns sugars in the presence of oxegyn
endoplasmic reticulam membrane-bound organelle that aids in movement of materials within the cell.
golgi body membrane-bound organelle that sorts and packages materials
lysosome organelle that contains digestive enzymes
chloroplast uses sunlight to convert carbon dioxide and water into sugars
centrioles structures in some protist and animal cells that produce cytoskeleton
Created by: 18mulletsydney