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Cell Organelles

Chloroplasts Contains chlorophyll, site of photosynthesis, Plant/algae cells only
Plasma (Cell) Membrane Semipermeable boundry of cell, regulates transports in/out of cell
Cytoplasm Fluid inside cell, circulates substances for metabolism (o2, sugar,ect)
Mitochondria Site of aerobic respiration, release calories from food to make ATP (cell energy)
Nucleus Eukaryotes only, Contains DNA (hereditary material)
Vacuole Membrane bubbles, contains food, water, or wastes
Ribosomes Site of protein synthesis
Centrioles Help separate chromosomes during animal cell division (Mitosis)
Golgi Apparatus (Body) Transport organelle, packages and modifies cell products for export
Cell Wall Surrounds and supports plant cells (made of cellulose)
Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) Transport organelle, network of tunnels for intracellular transport
Lysosomes Vacuoles that contain digestive enzymes to break down food and old organelles
Created by: TMashewske