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lysosome produced by Golgi Body; aid in digestion
Golgi complex (body) prepare materials/waste for export out of the cell
chloroplast organelle found only in plants where photosynthesis occurs; contains chlorophyll
organelle smaller parts of the cell; "organs" of the cell that have their own function
mitosis process of a cell dividing; the division of the cell's nucleus
Cell Theory 1. All organisms are made up of one or more cells. 2. Cells are the basic units of structure and function in all organisms. 3. All cells come from other cells that already exist.
vacuole water-filled sac that stores materials; much larger in a plant cell
mitochondria makes energy for the cell in the form of ATP
cell membrane provides support and protection for cells; controls movement of materials into and out of the cell
cell wall found only in plants; rigid, thick wall that helps to protect and support the plant
nucleus the control center of the cell (the brain); contains chromosomes
cytoplasm jelly-like substance outside of the cell nucleus in which organelles can be found
ribosome makes proteins
endoplasmic reticulum passageways attached to the nucleus that lead to the cell membrane and other organelles; can be rough or smooth
cell the smallest/basic unit of life; all living organisms are made of at least one cell
Created by: nwysocki



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