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Cells Organelles

What 2 organelles are in all cells? Cell membrane & cytoplasm
What is the main difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells? Prokaryotic cells don't have membrane bound organelle. Eukaryotic cells do.
Are fungi, plants,and animals PROKARYOTES or EUKARYOTES? Eukaryotes
What organelles stored material within the cell and also contains toxins to kill predators? Vacuole
What are the sites of proteins synthesis? Ribosomes
Which organelles managed or controls all the cell functions in a eukaryotic cell Nucleus
What contains chlorophyll and had a green pigment that talks energy from sunlight and gives plant their green color and supports photosynthesis? Chloroplast
What organelle digests worn out or excess food particles and viruses Lysosomes
What is the purpose of the cell wall? a firm,protective structure that gives the cell it's shape in plants,fungi,most bacteria,and some protists
What's the purpose of mitochondria? To produce a usable form of energy for the the cell(ATP)
What packages proteins for transport out of the cell? Golgi Apparatus
What is the function of Smooth ER? It assembled some components of the cell membranes and synthesizes lipids
Where are ribosomes made? In the nucleolus
What provides support for the cell and controls what how in and out of the cell? The cell membrane
What is the structure and function of the cytoskeleton? consists of hollow tubes which provides support for the cell and tracks for organelles to move on
What is the jelly-like fluid inside the cell membrane? Cytoplasm
Which organelle modifies proteins and has ribosomes attached to it? Rough ER
What small organelle assists with cell division? Centrioles
What are ribosomes made of? proteins and RNA
How many subunits make jobs ribosome? Two~2
What is the purpose of the Golgi Complex? It take information that is made in the ER and shifts the different parts of the cell to give information
Why does mitochondria have folding on the costar and why is it significant? To increase surface and to make more ATP
Created by: asmith2009
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