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The Cell

TermDefinition
cell wall rigid membrane around cell; provides shape and support
vacuoles spherical storage sac for food and water
cell membrane membrane surrounding the cell that allows some molecules to pass through
Golgi Apparatus flattened membrane sacs for synthesis, packing and distributing.
Mitochondria rod-shaped double membranous structure where cellular respiration takes place.
Microfilaments & Microtubules fibers and tubes of protein that help move internal cell parts
Endoplasmic Reticulum folded membranes having areas with and without ribosomes used for transport of RNA and proteins
Nucleolus dense body in the nucleus; location of hereditary information (chromosomes); surrounded by nuclear envelope
Nuclear Envelope double membrane that surrounds the nucleus; fused at certain points to create nuclear pores; outer membrane is continuous with the ER
Ribosomes structures that manufacture proteins; found on the ER and floating in the cytoplasm
Centrioles (animal cell only) short tubes necessary for cell reproduction in some cells
vacuoles spherical storage sac for food and water
cell membrane membrane surrounding the cell that allows some molecules to pass through
Golgi Apparatus flattened membrane sacs for synthesis, packing and distributing.
Mitochondria rod-shaped double membranous structure where cellular respiration takes place.
Microfilaments & Microtubules fibers and tubes of protein that help move internal cell parts
Endoplasmic Reticulum folded membranes having areas with and without ribosomes used for transport of RNA and proteins
Nucleolus dense body in the nucleus; location of hereditary information (chromosomes); surrounded by nuclear envelope
Nuclear Envelope double membrane that surrounds the nucleus; fused at certain points to create nuclear pores; outer membrane is continuous with the ER
Ribosomes structures that manufacture proteins; found on the ER and floating in the cytoplasm
Centrioles (animal cell only) short tubes necessary for cell reproduction in some cells
Lysosomes spherical sac containing enzymes on the surface of some cells used for digestive functions
cilia (animal cells only) short, hair-like extensions on the surface of some cells used for movement and food gathering
flagella (animal cell only) long, whip-like extensions on the surface of some cells used for movement
Cytoplasm jelly-like substance in the cell that contains various organelles, inclusions and the cytosol
Cytosol liquid like substance that makes up part of the cytoplasm. location of several metabolic processes, make up of water, proteins dissolved ions and other smaller molecules
Created by: danyleee