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S: = Structure
F: = Function
Cell Membrane S: Boundary of cell. Made of phosphoplipid layer
Cell Membrane F: Controls the movement of the substances inside and outside of the cell.
Nucleus S: Contains DNA; surrounded by double membrane
Nucelus F: Control Center of the Cell
Cytoskeleton S: Acts as a skeleton muscle
Cytoskeleton F: Provide share & structure helps more organelles around the cell.
Endosplasmic Reticulum (ER) S: Connected to nuclear
Ribosome S: Attached to rough ER or floating free in cytoplasm Produced in nuclelous
Ribosome F: Proteins synthesis
Golgi Apparatus S: Looks like a stack of pancakes
Golgi Apparatus F: Stores, modifies, and packages proteins
Lysosome S: Circular structure
Lysosome F: Contain digestive enzymes that break down lastes
Mitochondria S: "Powerhouse" bounded by double membrane Has it's own DNA. It is MIGHTY
Mitochondria F: Cellular respiration occurs here to release energy for the cell use
Chloroplast S: Found in only plant cells. Located outside cell membrane. Made of cellulose
Chloroplast F: Site of food production. Photosynthesis only in plants
Cell Wall S: Found in plant & bacterial cells. Located outside cell membrane. Made of cellulous
Cell Wall F: Provides support and protection
Vacuoles S: Small in animals Large central in plants
Vacuoles F: Storage container for water, food, enzymes, pigments, etc
Centrioles S: Made of microtubules
Centrioles F: Aids in Cell division
Nucelous S: Found in nucleus
Nucelous F: Production of ribosymes
Created by: smithcarla