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Cell part&Functions

Nucleus Control center of cell Houses DNA Controls cell growth and makes ribosome
Cell Membrane Outside covering Determines what does in/out of cell Flexible but supports cells
Cell Wall Animal cells don't have one Plants: made of cellulose Gives strength structure & rigidity to plant
Vacuole Storage unit in cells that_hold water Large in plants,small in animal cells
Lysosome Contains digestive enzymes to brake things down in cell
Mitochondria "Power House of the cell" Produces energy (brakes down glucose) C6,H16 + O2
Cytoplasm Gelatinous, semi-transparent fluid that fills the cells Organells are suspended in cytopplasm
Rough Endoplasmic Reticiclum covered in robosomes, stores proteins
Smooth Endoplasmic reticlum (No ribosomes) transport cell products
Ribosome site of protein synthesis
Golgi Body packagfes cell products fpr transport (like UPS)
Chloroplast Site of photosunthesis: captures radient energy and converts it to chemical energy (C6,H12,O6) Has chlorophyll-green pigment that absorbs light
Created by: poole_891949