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5. Cell Organelles

DDMS 7th Grade - Chapter 14, section 2

The thin layer surrounding the cell, that allows some substances to pass through and keeps others out Cell Membrane
The gel-like fluid in the cell, where the organelles are located Cytoplasm
Receives proteins from the Endoplasmic Reticulum, and sends them to other parts of the cell Golgi Body
Breaks down large particles of food and older parts of the cell Lysosome
Converts the cell’s food into energy that is used to carry out functions Mitochondria
The central part of the cell, that controls all the functions of the cell Nucleus
Produce proteins for the cell Ribosomes
A series of passageways that transport materials throughout the cell Endoplasmic Reticulum
A storage area for food, water, and waste material Vacuole
A thick, rigid layer around a plant cell, that protects and supports the cell Cell Wall
The part of a plant cell that uses the sunlight to perform photosynthesis, and create food for the cell Chloroplast
The structures inside a cell, that carry out specific cell functions Organelles
What is a cell? The smallest unit of a living organism that can perform life functions.,
Tell the 3 main parts of cell theory. All living things are made of cells, the cell is the smallest unit of structure in living things, cells come from other cells.
What are the 3 main ways plant cells are different from animal cells? Plant cells have a cell wall and chloroplasts, and plant cells have 1 or 2 large vacuoles where animal cells have many small vacuoles
Found in the nucleus and contains the cell’s genetic material. Chromosome
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