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Module Thirteen Lesson One Pathway Three Activity

Nucleus Control Center of cell. The DNA of eukaryotes are located in the nucleus.
Plasma Membrane Controls what enters or exists the cell. The plasma membrane of cells are selectively permeable.
Cell Wall Protects and supports plant, bacteria, and fungi cells. The plant cell has both a cell wall and plasma membrane.
Mitchondria Provides energy for the cell. This is where cellular respiration takes place.
Chloroplasts Where photosynthesis takes place. You can find chloroplasts in plant cells.
Ribosomes Where proteins are made. Both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells have ribosomes.
Vacuole Stores water and food inside the cell. Inside the plant cell, the vacuole is called the Large Central Vacuole.
Prokaryote Simple cells with no membrane-bound organelle. An example of this is bacteria.
Eukaryote Complex cells with a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles. An example of this is a plant cell.
Passive Transport Movement of molecules with the concentration gradient and requires no energy. An example of this is osmosis.
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