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Cell Organelles

TermDefinition
Mitochondria Energy
Ribosomes make proteins
cell membrane maintain homeostasis
nucleus control center; DNA
cell wall found in plants; structure and support
chloroplast found in plants; photosynthesis
centrioles animals only; cell division
rough ER transports proteins; has ribosomes
Smooth ER transports molecules
Golgi Body packages materials out of cell
nucleolus makes ribosomes
prokaryote a cell that does not have a nucleus; bacteria is example
cytoplasm jelly-like substance inside cell
eukaryote a cell that has a nucleus and organelles; plants, animals, protist, fungi
organelle structure in a cell that has a function
vacuole storage of food and water
smooth muscle involuntary muscle found in stomach, blood vessels, small intestines
cardiac muscle involuntary muscle found in heart
skeletal muscle voluntary found attached to bones
cell theory basic unit of life, all living things have cells, cells come from pre-existing cells
Common structures All cells have DNA, cytoplasm, cell membrane, and ribosomes
Created by: JMHSBIO