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Cell Structures

Biology I-8

organelle structures in cytoplasm of eukaryote cells
cell membrane barrier around ALL cells that regulates what goes in and out
ribosome protein building structures
cytoplasm fluid matrix inside all cells
nucleus (cell) contains DNA in eukaryote cells
prokaryote cell without nucleus or organelles; bacteria
eukaryote cell with nucleus and organelles; not bacteria
mitochondria site of cell respiration to make ATP ( energy) from macromolecules
vesicle sac of chemicals like enzymes, hormones, proteins, etc in a cell
central vacuole large organelle that stores fluids in plant cells
chloroplast site of photosynthesis to make carbohydrates using water, carbon dioxide and energy from light
cell wall rigid boundary outside the cell membrane of plant and fungi cells and some unicellular organisms
gene expression the activity levels of the genes turned on in a cell or organism
Created by: strawend