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Science/Biology

Cell Structures Plant and Animal

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Small structure in a cell that preforms a specific function. Organelles
Dark spot in the nucleus where RNA for ribosomes is made. Nucleolus
_ _ _ _ _ ER is covered by ribosomes and transports substances to the Golgi Apparatus. Rough
The _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is found outside the cell membrane in plants and bacteria and provides support and protection. Cell Wall
An organism like a green plant that can make its own food. Autotrophs
These sausage shaped organelles burn glucose and store energy as ATP and are known as the 'powerhouses" of the cell. Mitochondria
The molecule used by cells to store genetic information. DNA
An organism with a nuclear membrane and organelles surrounded by membranes. Eukaryote
The _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is surrounded by a double membrane, contains the cells, DNA, and acts as the control center. Nucleus
One or two hair-like structures called _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ extend from the surface and helps move the cell. Flagella
Sac of digestive enzymes. Lysosomes
The _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ contains the gel-like material and organelles located between the nucleus and cell membrane. Cytoplasm
The _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ surrounds all cells and is selectively permeable to control what enters and leaves the cell. Cell Membrane
The function of ribosomes is to make _ _ _ _ _ _ _. Proteins
_ _ _ _ _ cells and animal cells are both eukaryotes. Plant
ER is an abbreviation for... Endoplasmic Reticulum
_ _ _ _ _ _ ER does NOT have ribosomes attached. Smooth
The thylakoid sacs is inside _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ are where photosynthesis happens in plant cells. Chloroplast
A _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ looks like stacks of pancakes which modifies, sorts, and packages molecules for storage or transport out of the cell. Golgi Body
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ proteins stick to the cell membrane. They can go part way or all the way through to the other side. Integral
Space for storing food, water, enzymes, or waste. Vacuoles
An organism (like you) that CANT make its own food and gets energy by eating other organisms. Heterotroph
A _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is an organism like bacterium with NO NUCLEAR MEMBRANE and NO MEMBRANE BOUND ORGANELLES. Prokaryote
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ are small structures that make proteins Ribosomes
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ would be examples of cells that are PROKARYOTE. Bacteria
Created by: Vanessa1880