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Science A&P Cell

Cell Membrane It is a semipermeable membrane surrounding the cell.
Nucleus The central and most important part of the cell.
What are the two types of transports? Active and Passive transport
Nuclear Envelope It surrounds the nucleus and protects it from viruses.
What does a vacuole contain? Food, water, and proteins
Lysosomes It stores digestive enzymes and breaks them down for the cell.
Centrioles These aid in cell division and spindle fibers
Chloroplast Takes in light energy and turns it into chemical energy.
Cell Wall A more protective wall then the cell membrane and surrounds the cell membrane.
Golgi bodies Packages and sends out proteins
Endoplasmic Reticulum Tube like transport system "subway" of the cell.
Ribosomes It makes proteins for the cell
Mitochondria Changes chemicals into energy for the cell. The "powerhouse" of the cell.
Cytoplasm Jelly-like fluids that fills the cell
What is a cell membrane made of? Lipids (fats) and proteins
How do substances pass through a cell membrane? Tiny Gaps form between the fat molecules and allow small substances to pass through. The proteins act as doorways for larger molecules.
Which type of transport requires energy? Active Transport
What is the saying for diffusion? "Things will flow, from high to low.
What shape is Mitochondria? a squiggly line shape
What do big materials pass through? The carrier proteins
Created by: Squirrel52