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Cell Structures

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The barrier that supports and protects plant cells? Cell Wall
Organelles that occur in pairs and are important for cell division. Centrioles
Contains Chlorophyll and where photosynthesis happens. Chloroplast
Small "hairs" that surround the cell and aids in moving and feeding. Cilia
The cells framework within the cytoplasm. Cytoskeleton
Folded membrane thay is the site for protein synthesis. Endoplasmic Recticulum
A projection "Tail" that aids in moving and feeding. Flagella
Packages and distributes proteins outside the cell. Golgi Apparatus
A vesicle "trash-can" that collects and digests worn-out substances inside the cell. Lysosome
Makes energy for the cell. Mitochondria
The control center for the cell that holds the Nucleolus. Nucleus
Controls the movement of substances into and out of the cell. Plasma Membrane
Site of protein synthesis. Ribosome
Vesicle that stores materials temporarily. Larger in a plant cell. Vacuole
Scientist who first discovered small "box-like" structures called cells. Robert Hooke
This scientist made his own microscope and observed microscopic organisms for the first time. Anton Leeuwenhoek
Cell Theory: "All living things are composed of ___________." Cells
Cell Theory: "Cells are the basic unit of ______________ of all living things." Structure
Cell Theory: "Cells come from previous existing ______________." Cells
The three fundamental principles of cells is called_____________. Cell Theory
Specialized structures of the cell that perform specific functions. Organelles
The semi-fluid material inside a cell. Cytoplasm
This is found inside the Nucleus and produces Ribosomes. Nucleolus
These endoplasmic recticulums have ribosomes attached to them. Rough Endoplasmic Recticulum (Rough ER)
These endoplasmic recticulums DO NOT have ribosomes attached to them. Smooth Endoplasmic Rectiulum (Smooth ER)
The "tower-like" structures inside the chloroplasts that collects sunlight energy. Thylakoid
Does not have a nucleus, Prokaryotic Cell
Has a nucleus and more complex than a Prokaryotic cell. Eukaryotic cell.
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