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Organelles

TermDefinition
Nucleus Holds dna of eukaryotic cells
Cell membrane Acts as a protective barrier to the uncontrolled flow of water
Mitochondria Provides the cell with energy
Vacuole Helps with the release of cellular waste product
Lysome Contains hydrolytic enzymes necessary for intracellular digestion
Ribosome Contains RNA and the site of protein synthesis
Cytosol/Cytoplasm Where most of the cellular metabolism occurs
Rough ER Proteins synthesized on these ribosomes collect in the endoplasmic reticulum for transport throughout the cell
Smooth ER Plays different functions depending on the specific cell type including lipid and steroid hormone synthesis, breakdown of lipid-soluble toxins in liver cells, and control of calcium release in muscle cell contraction
Golgi The stack of larger vesicles is surrounded by numerous smaller vesicles containing those packaged macromolecules
Created by: caroline_swartz