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TRMS 7SC Cell Struct

What is the protein making site of the cell? Ribosome
What controls what enters and leaves the cell? Cell Membrane
What is the function of the endoplasmic reticulum? Transports materials throughout the cell.
What is the function of the chloroplast? Contains chlorophyll that allows the cell to make food through photosynthesis.
What is the function of the cell wall? Provides structure and support for the cell.
What is the function of the vacuole? Stores excess food, water, and waste. Large central vacuole in plant cell, several small vacuoles in animal cells.
Which organelle controls the functions of the cell? Nucleus
What is the jelly-like fluid of the cell that holds the organelles Cytoplasm
Which organelle produces energy for the cell? Mitochondria
What is the function of the cytoplasm? Gel-like material that holds the organelles in place.
What are the three differences between a plant and animal cell? Cell Wall, Large Central Vacuole, Chloroplast
What part of the cell is the delivery system? E.R.
Does a prokaryotic cell have a nucleus? No
What is an example of a prokaryotic cell? Bacteria
What does eukaryotic mean? Has a nucleus.
Which organelle captures energy from sunlight? Chloroplast
An organism that has only one cell is called__? Unicellular
What is a multicellular organism? It is made of more than one cell
What is an organelle? A tiny structure in the cell that has a specific job
This organelle packages proteins and distributes them through the cell Golgi Body (complex, apparatus, bodies....)
Round structure that contains digestive enzymes that destroy worn out or damaged organelles. Lysosomes
Created by: Sharon_Jenkins
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