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Todd Cell Organelles

Cell organelles and vocabulary

Ribosomes Make proteins
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Highway where proteins are made--studded with ribosomes
Nucleus Conntrol center of cell; contains DNA in the form of chromosomes
Nucleolus Makes ribosomes
Cell wall Supportive structure on the outside of plant cells and bacteria cells
Cell Membrane Semipermeable outer covering on all cells; regulates what comes in or out of cell
Golgi body Modifies, packages and delivers products to places in or out of cell
Centriole Tubular shaped organelle in animal cells only; they help separate chromosomes when the cell is dividing
Chloroplast Organelle in plant cells that collects light to make food
Lysosome Organelle in animal cells only that breaks down old cell parts or other waste
Cytoskeleton or microtubules Supportive protein tracks or tubes inside the cell that serve as tracks to walk stuff to places in the cell
Cilia or flagella Moving "arms" that help cells swim or filter dust, etc.
Cytoplasm Liquid gel that fills cells
Central vacuole Vacuole in plant cells only that is mostly filled with water and minerals.
Vacuole or vessicle Storage container in cells
Mitochondrion Powerhouse; breaks down food in eukaryotic cells to make ATP energy
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum Highway where fats are made; also detoxifies poisons for cells
Created by: Mrs. Todd