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Organelle a structure inside of a cell that performs a specific function
cytoplasm jelly like material in the outer membrane that holds the organelles in place.
cell membrane a lipid barrier that encloses cytoplasm in the organelle and that controls what comes in and goes out.
cell wall a tough barrier that surrounds the membrane and provides rigid support and is only found in plant cells
nucleus found in all eukaryote cells contains d.n.a
mitochondria the source of energy production
vacuole a large fluid filled organelle present in all plant cells and only certain animal cells
chloroplast found only in plant cells, site of phitosynthesis
cell theory states that cells are the basic building block of life
lysosome organelle contains enziymes that break down molecules
photosynthesis chemical reaction in which plants transform radiant energy into chemical energy for food
cellular respiration process of obtaining energy from the breaking of chemical bonds in nutrients
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