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Cell organelles

Cell organelles and their functions

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a sausage shaped organelle that produces most of the ATP during respiration - ATP is the universal energy carrier Mitochondrion
This organelle houses all the cells genetic material (DNA) and regulates cell's activities Nucleus
Modifies proteins that are received from the Rough ER Golgi Body
A system of tubules that transport proteins Rough Endoplasmic reticulum
Involved in making the lipids for the cell Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Composed of cellulose. Used in both protection and structure. Cell Wall
It forms a framework for the movement of organelles around the cytoplasm - most of the organelles are attached to this provides an important structural framework for cell shape. Cytoskeleton
Primarily involved in locomotion but it also functions as a sensory organelle, being sensitive to chemicals and temperatures outside the cell. Flagella
The role of these organelles is to breakdown unwanted materials - they contain digestive enzymes Lysosomes
These are the site of protein synthesis Ribosomes
These organelles form spindles that allow the chromosomes to move and the cell to divide Centrioles
These tiny structures make Ribosomes and RNA Nucleolus
The site of photosynthesis in plant cells Chloroplast
Created by: Gardenfrog