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Honors Bio organelle

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Ribosomes make protein, located on the rough endoplasmic reticulum and throughout the cytoplasm
Cytoplasm jelly-like fluid interior of the cell
DNA Genetic material
Cytoskeleton helps maintain the cells shape; supports the cell and aids in cell movement\ microtubules / microfilaments / centrioles microtubules are used to build cilia and flagella
Cell membrane outer boundary of the cell
Golgi Apparatus processing, packages and secretes proteins; proteins are transported in vesicles
Lysosome contains digestive enzymes that can break things down, also called a "suicide sac" because the rupturing of the lysosome will cause the cell to destroy itself
Endoplasmic Reticulum Transport, "intracellular highway". Ribosomes are positioned along the rough ER, protein made by the ribosomes enter the ER for transport.
Vacuole storage area for water and other substances, plant cells usually have a large central vacuole
Created by: Finn Griffin