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cell membrane regulates what enters and leaves the cell, protects the inside, an separates cell contents from the environment.
nuclear envelope aka nuclear membrane regulates what enters and leaves the nucleus, protects the nucleus, and separates nuclear content from the rest of the cell.
nucleus stores DNA, synthesizes RNA, and directs cell activity.
nucleoplasm site of chemical reactions and surrounds and battles the chromosomes.
nucleolus aka little nucleus synthesizes ribosomes
chromosomes stores genetic information, genes
cytoplasm contains various organelles and site of a metabolic reaction.
endoplasmic reticulum aka inside network prepares proteins for export, synthesizes steroids, regulates calcium level, breaks down toxic substances, and transports substances through the cell.
ribosome provides surface area for protein synthesis.
mitochondria aka powerhouse cellular respiration : converted into energy.
centriole forms the spindle fibers fro chromosomes migration during cell division
vacuole used for storage and maintains stiffness in plant cells
Golgi body aka packaging plant processes and packages substances produced by the cell for export.
lysosome aka garbage disposal or suicide sac. regulates digestion within cells and breaks down old cells.
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