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Cell Organelles

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regulates all that come in and out of the cell Cell Membrane
What protectes and gives the cell it's shapeand is located behind the cell membrane? It is only found in plants. Cell Wall
What helps to give the cell a shape and is located in between the organelles and is found in both animals and plants? Cytoplasm
What functions as the brain of the cell and controls the whole cell? It is located at the center of the cell and is found in both plants and animals. Nucleus
the powerhouse of the cell. site of respiration. has a double membrane. has their own DNA and manufacture some of their own protien Mitochondrion
What act as a small factory and produces protein? They are attached to the endoplasmics or found floating in the cytoplasm. They are found in both animals and plants. Ribosomes
a series of double membranes that loop back and forth between the cell membrane and the nucleus. fill the cytoplasm. has ribisomes attachted to it. manufacture protiens Rough ER
acts as a pathway throughout the cytoplasm. produces lipids Smooth ER
suicide stacks. produced by the golgi body. they help you by destroying the bacteria that your white blood cells engulf. they consist of a single membrane surounding powerful digestive enzymes. Lysosome
packaging the proteins Golgybodies
the site of photosynthesis. they consist of a double membrane. the stacks of disk like structures are called the grana. the membrane connecting them are the tylakoid membrane. Chloroplast
only found in animal cells. they function in cell division. they have 9 groups of 3 arrangment of the protien fibers. Centrioles
What acts as a storage sack for waste, food, and water? It is found in the cytoplasm.It is found in both plants and animals. It is much larger in size in the plant than in the animal. Vacuole
this part of the cell synthesizes protiens. it can be attached to the ER or float around freely in the cytoplasm. vesicle
thisr part of the cell in a ball of free floating DNA Nucliod
this part of the cell is long, thin strands of genetic material that is located in teh nucleus chromatin
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