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Cell Parts and Functions

Cell Part or TermFunction
Nucleus Acts as the brain of the cell. Controls cell function and contains DNA.
Cell Wall Provides additional support and stability to a plant cell.
Cell Membrane Protects cells by controlling what goes into and leaves the cell
Mitochondria Uses oxygen and nutrients to produce most of the energy that a cell needs. This is sometimes called the cell's power plant.
Cytoplasm The "soup" of the cell. This holds organelles in place and fills the cell. This also breaks down sugars into a usable form.
Vacuole This stores water, nutrients, and waste for the cell.
Chloroplasts This is where sun, water, and carbon dioxide are combined to make glucose (food).
Nuclear Membrane Encloses and protects the nucleus.
Respiration This process combines nutrients and oxygen to make energy (ATP) and carbon dioxide.
Photosynthesis This process combines sun, water, and carbon dioxide to make glucose (food).
Multicellular This means "made of more than 1 cell".
Created by: white_amanda