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Cell Organelles

TermDefinition
Central Vacuoles stores water (plant)
Nucleus contains DNA
Chloroplast photosynthesis (plant)
Lysosomes digestion (animal)
Ribosmes make protein
Cell Wall protects (Plant)
Mitochondria makes ATP
Golgi modifies protein
Nucleolus makes RNA
Cell Membrane protects and regulates what goes in and out of the cell
Smooth ER filters toxins and makes lipids
Rough ER makes and transports protein
Vacuole stores water and other materials
DNA genetic materials
Cytoplasm cytosol
Flagella used for movement
Centrioles gives the cell its shape (animal)
Perosisomes controls what goes in and out of the cell
What is the order of life from the smallest to the largest? atoms>molecules>cells>tissues>organs>organ system>organs
What do Prokaryotic cells and Eukaryotic Cells have in common? Ribosomes, DNA, Cytoplasm, Cell Memebrane
Four things that plants have that animals don't. Plasmadesmata / Cell Wall / Chloraplast / Central Vacuoles
List 2 things animals have that plants don't. Centrioles / Lysosomes
What is the smallest unit of life that perform all functions of life? Cells
What do all cells use to store their genetic information? DNA
Created by: Alisha B.