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Cell Quiz CHS

P.4 McKenzie Biology-HP - Functions/Characteristics

QuestionAnswer
Ribosomes Creates proteins for the cell
Endoplasmic Reticulum (Rough) Manufacturers and modifies proteins
Endoplasmic Reticulum (Smooth) Produces lipids - builds and repairs - maintains biological membranes
Mitochondria Converts glucose into ATP the cell can use
Chloroplast Harnesses the suns energy and converts it into glucose
Cell wall Outer-layer of plant cell - gives strength
Cell membrane Controls what enters/leaves the cell
Prokaryote Has no nucleus - simpler - smaller
Eukaryote Has a nucleus - more complex - larger - multicellular
Nucleus Controls the whole cell - where DNA/RNA are found
Cytoplasm Holds cell's shape - empty space in-between organelles
Chromosomes Contains information to make off spring unique
Chromatin Compresses the DNA into a compact unit
Created by: Marion Estabillo