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Cell Parts_McNeill

Cell Parts

mitochondria the site of cellullar respiration, which releases energy for use by the cell
ribosome Composed of RNA and protein, site of protein synthesis
endoplasmic reticulum system of membranes;assist in production, processing, and transport of proteins and the production of lipids
golgi body helps make and package materials to be transported out of cell
cell wall rigid structure that surrounds the cell membrane and provides support for the cell
cell membrane phospholipid bilayer that covers a cells surface and acts as a barrier; semipermeable
chloroplast site of photosynthesis, found in plant cells and some algae
vacuole fluid-filled vesicle found in plant cells and protozoa
cytoplasm region of cell within membrane that includes fluid, cytoskeleton and all organelles except nucleus
eukaryote organism that has nucleus and membrane bound organelle (YOU are EUkaryotic)
prokaryote organism that DOES NOT have a nucleus (ex. bacteria and archaea)
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