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Cells and stuffings

Cells and Functions

TermFunction
Plasma Membrane Controls movement of materials to maintain homeostasis
Cell Wall Provides support and structure and protection
Cytoplasm Fluid
Chromosomes/Chromatin DNA
Nucleus Control Center
nuclear membrane In/Out Nucleus
Nucleolus Makes ribosomes
Smooth ER Transports/Modifies Lipids
Rough ER Transports/Modifies Proteins
Vacuole Stores water, amino acids, sugars, metabolic and toxic waste
Lysosomes Digest pathogens and non-functional organelles
Peroxisomes Detoxify harmful or toxic substances
Chloroplast Site of photosynthesis and contains green pigment, "Chlorophyll"
Mitochondria The powerhouse of the cell
Cytoskeleton Help give cell shape, movement of organelles and provide support
Centrioles Produce spindle fibers for separating chromosomes during nuclear division
Cilia Assist in cell movement or propelling foreign substances
Flagella Used for cell movement
Ribosomes Produces Proteins
Golgi Contain Enzymes for modification and packaging of proteins and lipids
Created by: ThunderEvolve