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Shinlever Cells

Cell organelles

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The large organelle that contains the genetic material. Nucleus
The structure within the nucleus of a cell that makes ribosomes. Nucleolus
The cell's outer part that is made up of two layers of phospholipids with embedded proteins. It regulates what enters and leaves the cell. Cell membrane
Flattened tubules located close to the nucleus, with ribosomes on the surface. It functions to produce proteins. Rough endoplasmic reticulum
Flattened tubules located close to the nucleus, It functions to produce lipids. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
This organelle modifies, sorts, and packages molecules from the endoplasmic reticulum for storage and transport out of the cell. Golgi apparatus
A small cell part that serves as the site of protein synthesis. Ribosome
This organelle provides the site for the production of energy compounds, which fuel cellular processes. Mitochondria
Organelle containing enzymes used for digestion and removal of worn cell parts, food particles, viruses, and bacteria. Lysosome
This cylindrical-shaped organelle is only found in animal cells and is involved in cell division. Centriole
Contains chlorophyll, functions as the site of photosynthesis, found only in plants. Chloroplast
This structure's main role is to provide strength and protection. Animal cells do not have this. Cell Wall
The lattice or framework of a cell. It is composed of microtubules and microfilaments and is located within the cytoplasm. It aids in maintaining cell shape. Cytoskeleton
Plant cells contain this large structure that holds water, wastes, and nutrients. Large central vacuole
The portion of the cell that is gel-like, mostly water, contains the cytoskeleton and organelles Cytoplasm
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