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Cell Membrane

Molecules and functions

Nucleoplasm contains everything nucleus needs
Peroxisome catalyze metabolic reactions, and important in the breakdown of many organic molecules
Microtubles make up centriole, supports cytoplasm, and helps move substances and organelles within the cytoplasm (big)
Nucleolus site of ribosome production
Ribosome synthesizes proteins
Nucleus brain; controls protein synthesis
Centrosome helps distribute chromosomes to new cells during cell division
Centrioles distributes chromosomes; helps with mitosis
Chromatin cellular information (DNA) for synthesizing proteins
Golgi Apparatus packages protein molecules, then ships them out
Rough ER transports proteins;moves materials within the cell
Smooth ER transports lipids; no ribosomes attached
Vacuole storage
Nuclear Envelope (membrane) controls what goes in and out of the nucleus
Mitochondria powerhouse of the cell (makes ATP energy); site of cellular resperation
Intermediate Filaments holds microtubles and filaments together (medium)
Microfilaments aides cell motility; support cytoplasm, and helps move substances and organelles within the cytoplasm (small)
Lysosomes cleans up and breaks down worn out cellular parts/ substances
Cell Membrane controls what goes in and out of the cell; made of phospholipids, proteins, and carbohydrates
Cytoplasm gel with all the materials the cell needs
Created by: frazier3k