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cells

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Lysosome Small round structures that break down large food molecules.
Ribosomes protein making sites
Nucleolus where some ribosomes are produced
Endoplasmic reticulum transportation of the cell made up of tube like passages
Chloroplast contain chlorophy; necessary for photosynthesis and found only on plants.
Nucleus control center of the cell
Nuclear membrane protects the nucleus and allows material to pass in and out
Mitochondria provides energy for the cell
Cell wall supports and protects the cell
Chromosome resonsible for passing traits of the cell to a new cell
Cell membrane controls movement in and out of the cell
Cytoplasm a clear thick jelly like substance
Vacuole large round water sacks in the cytoplasm for storage
Golgi body packages and releases material into the cell
Created by: kimblec.22