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cell structure

TermDefinition
Cell Membrane -surrounds the cell -regulates what enters and leaves the cell
Cell Wall -the rigid, porous outer layer of a plant cell
Chloroplast -an organelle that converts the radiant energy of the Sun into chemical energy through the process of photosynthesis
Cytoplasm -jelly like substance, composed mainly of water, occupying most of the space between the cell membrane and the nucleus
Endoplasmic Reticulum -a network of passageways in which chemical compounds are manufactured, processed, and transported
Golgi Apparatus -a stack of membranes that collects, modifies, and packages chemical compounds
Lysosome -a small sac, or vesicle, that contains digestive chemicals
Mitochondria -organelles that, using oxygen, convert nutrients into energy that can be used by the cell
Nuclear Membrane -a double-layered -surrounds and protects the nucleus
Nucleolus -a small body in the nucleus where ribosomes are synthesized
Nucleus -a round body in the center of a cell that contains DNA and regulates gene expressions
Organelle -a cell structure that performs a special function
Ribosome -tiny structure where proteins are synthesized
Vacuole -a type of vesicle that stores water, nutrients, and other chemicals -when in a plant cell it is large and helps the cells maintain its shape
Vesicle -small, sac-like package of nutrients, proteins, and water created by the Golgi apparatus -types: vacuoles and lysosomes
Created by: simbriani