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Bruton Organelles

Cell Organelles and their function

QuestionAnswer
Term for the parts of a cell Organelle
Organelle forming the Outer boundary of the animal cell Plasma Membrane
Organelle Composed of lipids and proteins Plasma Membrane
Organelle that is semipermeable Plasma Membrane
Organelle that gives the animal cell it's shape Plasma Membrane
Organelle composed mostly of water that provides the living condition for the cell Cytoplasm
Organelle that moves by streaming Cytoplasm
Organelle that is the control center for the cell Nucleus
Organelle discovered by Brown Nucleus
Surrounds the Nucleus keeping nuclear material inside Nuclear Membrane
Threadlike Organelles within the nucleus Chromosomes
Organelle that controls heredity and cell activities Chromosomes
Composed of Genes and DNA Chromosomes
Organelle that synthesizes Ribosomes Nucleolus
Canal system that connects the nuclear membrane to the plasma membrane used in transport Endoplasmic Reticulum
Endoplasmic Reticulum with ribosomes on it's surface Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Endoplasmic Reticulum without ribosomes on it's surface Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Organelle that synthesize Proteins Ribosomes
Smallest and most numerous organelle Ribosomes
Organelle that stores water Vacuole
Organelle that is larger in plants than in animals Vacuole
Organelle that is the site of chemical reactions that provide the cell with energy Mitochondria
Organelle that would be found in cells of greatest activity Mitochondria
Folds of it's inner membrane increases surface area Mitochondria
Organelle responsible for digestion and removal of old cell parts Lysosome
Organelle composed of tubes responsible for storage and secretions Golgi Apparatus
Organelle that aids in cell reproduction Centrioles
Two cell organelles found only in animal cells and not in plant cells Lysosomes and Centrioles
Two cell organelles found only in plant cells and not in animal cells Chloroplasts and Cell Wall
Organelle composed of a carbohydrate called cellulose Cell Wall
Organelle that Hooke saw Cell Wall
Organelle that gives the plant cell it's box like shape Cell Wall
Organelle that stores food and provides color in plants Chloroplasts
Organelle that carries out photosynthesis Chloroplasts
Organelle containing chlorophyll Chloroplasts
Chloroplasts are only one type of which organelle? Plastids
Created by: scottbruton