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Organelles of cells

TermDefinition
Vacuole Stores water, nutrients, and wastes.
Chromosomes Stringlike structures within the nucleus that carries information controlling all the cells activities.
Nuclear Membrane The double membrane surrounding the nucleus.
Nucleus Control center of the cell.
Ribosomes Produce protiens for the cell.
Cell Membrane The cell membrane holds the parts of the cell together and controls the movement of materials into and out of the cell.
Cytoplasm Fills most of the cell outside the nucleus. Organelles float in the cytoplasm.
Mitochrondria Releases energy stored in food.
Endoplasmic Reticulum Moves materials throughout the cell.
Cell Wall Tough, nonliving material that acts as an outside skeleton for the cell.
Chloroplasts Organelles that make sugars from carbon dioxide, water, and energy from sunlight.
Chroloplyll Greeen substance in the chloroplast that traps energy from the sun light.