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Cell Labeling

Cell Worksheet

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vacuole storage of wastes and other material
ribosomes sites of protein synthesis. not bound by membrane
smooth endoplasmic reticulum system of membranes and tubes that transport substances around the cell
rough endoplasmic reticulum endoplasmic reticulum with ribosomes bound to it. ribosomes on the rough ER specifically synthesize membrane proteins (like channels) or secreted proteins
Golgi apparatus sorts and packages proteins made by ribosomes on the rough ER
mitochondria function in cellular respiration, produce ATP for the cell bound by a double membrane
lysosomes
centrioles help to form the spindle during mitosis (cell division)
nucleus control center of the cell, contains genetic material (DNA). bound by a double membrane
nucleolus small, dense structure in the nucleus, site of ribosome synthesis
cell membrane outer membrane that regulates what comes into and out of the cell
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