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Cell structure

TermDefinition
Protoplasm All the living parts of a cell
Animal Cell Nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane
Cytoplasm Jelly like substance outside the nucleus
Plant Cell Nucleus, chloroplasts, vacuole, cytoplasm, cell membrane, cell wall
Cell Wall For support and protection
Vacuole For strength and shape
Chloroplasts Where photosynthesis takes place
Ultrastructure The fine detail as seen under an electron microscope
Cell Membrane Made of phospholipids and protein- controls what enters and leaves the cell, gives support and retains cell contents
Nucleus Made of DNA and protein- controls the cell
Chromatin Non-dividing strands of DNA
Nucleolus Where ribosomes are made
Mitochondria Supplies energy, contains DNA
Ribosomes Made of RNA and protein- make protein
Prokaryotic cells Dont have a nucleus or membrane enclosed organells eg. bacteria
Eukaryotic cells Have a nucleus and membrane enclosed organells
Stain for Animal Cells Iodine
Stain for Plant Cells Methylene blue
Created by: klonican33