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Biology Ogranells

Cells

TermDefinition
Cell Wall Prokaryote, Plant Protective structure that gives the cell it's shape in plants, fungi, most bacteria an d some protist.
Cell Membrane All Made of a phospholipid bilayer, it acts as a barrier
Chromosomes All Carries hereditary information
Nucleus Plant, Animal Controls the cell activities
Nucleolus Plant, Animal Site of rRNA synthesis
Ribosomes All Site of protein synthesis
Mitochondria Plant, Animal Produces a usable form of energy for the cell
Chloroplast Plant Site of photosynthesize
Centrioles Animal Involved in forming the mitotic spindle during cell division that helps separate sister chromatids
Lysosome Animal Site of chemical digestion
Vacuole Plant Stores material within the cells
Cytoplasim All Gelatinous fillings of a cell
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Plant, Animal Proteins that possess a signal sequence that directs them specifically to the ER for processing
Golgi Apparents Animal, Plant Sit of modification, packaging, and transport of proteins.
Vesicles Animal, Plant Membrane-enclosed sac that stores or transports substance in a cell.
Smooth ER Animal, Plant Produce Lipids
Cytoskeleton All (Flagella in prokaryotes Provides structure to cell, separates sister chromatids, facilities cellular motion.
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