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Chloroplasts is found in plant cells only loaded with enzymes whos job is to produce organic compounds (glucose) from sunlight (energy) and the inorganic compounds (water CO2) Photosynthesis
Lysosomes Are found in animal cells,protists,and fungi Nicknamed "suicide sacks" because when turned on they contain hydrolyptic enzymes that are responsible for the breakdown of anything within the cell:Bacteria and fungi, worn out organelles,organic molecules
Centrioles found in animal cells only aid in the seperation of genetic material during cell division
MicroTubules and Microfiaments protien strands&make up the cytoskeleton of the cell cytoskeleton gives the celll shape and support and participates in movement microfilaments+make up cilias(many short strands) and flagella(few long strands) Microtubules:form spindle fibers that aid
microtubules and microfiaments continued.... in moving chromosomes during cell division
Vacuoles Mainly store water in the cell plant cells contain a singe large vacuole the water in the vacuole helps keep its shape produced by turger pressure Animal cells contain many small vacuoles that contan water and waste products
Created by: jillbill101