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Organelle Review

Prokaryote Simple cells that lack a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles.
Eukaryote Complex cell with membrane-bound organelles and a nucleus.
Cytoplasm Jelly-like substance that makes up a cell. Found in every cell.
Ribosomes Structure used to perform protein synthesis. Found in every cell.
DNA Molecule that stores genetic information. Found in every cell.
Cell Membrane Semi-permeable material that regulates what enters and exits the cell. Found in every cell
Cell Wall Rigid structure that provides support and protection to the cell. Found in plant cells and some prokaryotes.
Chloroplast Organelle responsible for photosynthesis. Contains chlorophyll. Found only in plant cells.
Vacuole Stores water, food, and waste. Found in eukaryotes.
Mitochondria Performs cellular respiration to produce energy. Found in eukaryotes.
Golgi Body Prepares items to be exported from the cell. Found in eukaryotes.
Endoplasmic Reticulum Assembles the cell membrane and exports proteins and other molecules. Found in eukaryotes.
Lysosome Performs intracellular digestion. Found in eukaryotes.
Centriole Important for cell division. Found in animal cells.
Nucleus Central unit of the cell. Controls the rest of the cell and stores DNA. Found in eukaryotes.
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