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Eukaryotes Organells

Nucleus make ribosomes
cell memebrane controls what enters and leaves
cytoscelton internal support
cell wall protection and support
mitochondria transforms the chemical energy to food.
cloroplast perform photosynthesis
ribosomes put together amino ascids to make protiens
endoplasmic reticulum provides areas for the processing molecules
lysosomes digest molecules destroy/recycle
vacuoles storage of water
plastids stack like structures that store pigments
cytoplasm contains the cell organells
eukaryotic cell membrane nucleus cytoplasm many organelles including mitochondria
plant cells has cell walls, chloroplast, mitochondria, have plastids,large central vacuoles, no centriles are eukaryotic
animal cells no cell walls, chloroplast, have mitochondria, no plastids, small vacoules, have centrioles, eukaryotic
Created by: brysongillmore7