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Organelles

Parts of a cell

TermDefinition
Nucleus The control center of the cell
Vacuole Store water, nutrients, and wastes
Endoplasmic Reticulum Moves materials throughout the cell
Ribosomes Produce proteins for the cell
Cell Membrane Holds the parts of a cell together, and controls the movement of materials into and out of the cell
Cytoplasm A jelly-like substance that fills most of the cell outside the nucleus. Organelles float in this substance
Mitochondrion Releases the energy stored in food
Nuclear Membrane Holds the nucleus together and controls what enters it
Chromosome Found inside the nucleus, these string-like structures store directions that the cell uses to carry on activities.
Cell Wall Gives a plant cell shape, strength, and support, while allowing water and other materials to pass into and out of the cell.
Chloroplasts This orgenelle contains chlorophyll that gives a plant its green color and traps the energy from sunlight.
Created by: 23heffernanfaym