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Cell Organelles

Cell Membrane Surrounds and protects the cell; controls what goes in and out of the cell
Cytoplasm gel-like substance inside of cell where chemical reactions occur; mostly water
Cell Wall provides plant cells with rigidity and protection
Nucleus control center of cell; DNA and RNA is found here surrounded by a nuclear membrane
Chloroplast captures energy from the sun to make glucose
Mitochondria stores and releases cell energy
Ribosomes made up of protein and RNA; makes protein
Rough ER numerous ribosomes on surface
Smooth ER a vast network of membrane-bound vesicles and tubicles
Golgi stack of membrane-bound vesicle that are important for transport elsewhere in the cell
Nucleolus makes the protein found in ribosomes
Lysosome digest food molecules, waste particles, and worn out cell parts
Vacuole stores water, food, and waste
Cytosol where most of the cellular metabolism occurs. mostly water and some proteins that control cell metabolism
Created by: tlc816