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Cell Organelle

Jelly-like substance where all the chemical activities of the cell take place Protoplasm
- Encloses the cell - controls the movement of a substance in and out of the cell - boundary between the cell and its external environment - changes shape when needed Plasma/ cell membrane
Protection of the cell Cell wall
Has a tough and rigid cell wall Plant cell
Made up of fluid-like substance & Forms the largest part of the cell Cytoplasm
Controls all the activities of the cell Nucleus
Arranged into a network of long thread- like structures Deoxyribonucleic acid
Powerhouse of the cell Mitochondria
Made up of RNA and proteins Ribosomes
Factory's conveyor belt Endoplasmic reticulum
Membranous structure forming a network of canals Endoplasmic reticulum
Power generator Mitochondria
Chief operating officer Nucleus
Cell membrane or cell wall Gate
Organelle where most ribosomes are attached Rough endoplasmic reticulum
Branching canal, without ribosomes, that transports large molecules in the cell. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
Packages and sorts cell product in its center. Packaged cell products are then transported via the vesicles found at its end. Golgi Body
Packaging center of the cell Golgi body
Cargo truck of the cells Vesicles
Carry materials in and out of the cell Vesicles
Store food, enzymes, and other materials needed by the cell Vacuoles
Digest bacteria, viruses, complex food particles, and damaged cell components that could be harmful to the cell, and may interfere with its normal activities Lysosomes
Known as suicidal drug Lysosomes



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