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cell and body system

Endoplamic Reticulum (ER) The ER is a system of membranes and tubes
Mitocondria A Large-Peanut shaped organelle
Chloroplast Chloroplast contain pigments that absorb sunlight
Golgi Apparatus Recives proteins then prosses them out for shipment around the cell
Vacuole Are membrane-bound sacs that are filled with fluid
Lysosomes Are small-ball shaped organelles that help the cell break down nutrients and old cell parts
Ribosomes Are scattered throughout the cell. Unlike most other organelles, Ribosomes are not surrounded by the membrane
Cytoplasm Between the Nucleus and the cell membrane.
Cell Wall The cell wall is a rigid outer layer that surrounds the cell membrane
Cell Membrane A thin, Flexable covering that surrounds all types of cells
Nucleus Directs the activities of the cell
Organelles Cells contain even smaller structures
Organ system A group of related organs that work together to preform a specific function
Organ A group of related tissues that preform a specific function
Tissue A large group of similar
Endocrine and Excretory system Endocrine system: Consists of glands Excretory system: Responsible for removing wastes from the body
Muscular and skeletal system Bones are held together by stringy tissues called ligaments
Nervous system It revives and prosseses information and it controls how the body reacts
Digestive system Breaks down food
Respiratory system Brings oxygen to the blood
Circulatory system Is responsible for bringing oxygen and nutrients
Created by: 18btaylor