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Animal cell The cell of an animal
Plant cell The cell of a plant
Bacterial cell The cell of a bacteria
Mitochondria a reaction that converts oxygen
Ribosome Where RNA becomes Protein
Vesicle the cell membrane breaks pu the vesicle and releases what is left
Nucleus Where the DNA and RNA is held
Chloroplast Membrane-bound organelles
Golgi apparatus pepares protein for specific jobs
Cell membrane The flexible covering of a cell
Cell wall The stiff covering of a cell
Cytoskeleton central vacuole the cytoskeleton holds the cell together and the central vacuole is a disklike object in the cell
Smooth endoplasmic reticulum makes cholesterol
Rough endoplasmic reticulum makes protein
lysosome they recycle cellular components
Centriole something in the animal cell
DNA what our cells are made of, its inside the nucleus
Flagellum a tail at the end of a cell
Capsule it protects the bacterium from drying out
Prokaryotic cells Unicellular organisms called prokaryotes
Eukaryotic cells What plants and animals are made of
Organelles Cells that have special functions
Unicellular One celled
Multicellular More that one cell
Cell theory States that all living things are made of cells
Nuclear membrane breaks down spindle fibers
Nuclear envelope two membranes that are around the nucleus
Nucleolus coils together tightly to duplicate chromosomes
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