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nucleolus make ribosomes
cell membrane controls what enters and what leaves
cytoskeleton internal support
cell wall protection and support
mitocondria transforms the chemical energy to food
chloroplast preform photosynthesis
ribosomes put together amino acids to make proteins
endoplasmic reticulum provides areas for the processing molecules
smooth er produce lipids chormonest membrain
rough er producing and transporting proteins
golgi apparatus modifies and adds special parts to cell productions
lysosomes digest molecules destory/recycle
vacuoles storage of water
plastids sack like structures that store pigments
cytoplasm contains the cell organelles
eukaryotic cell membrane nucleus cytoplasm many organelles including mitochondria
plants cells have cell wall have chloroplast have mitochondria have platids large central vacuoles no centriles are eukaryotic
animal cells no cell wall no chloroplast have mitochondria no plastids small vacules have centrioles are eukaryotic
Created by: kenn.easter