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Cell Organelles

This is a list of the cell organelles included in the NYS standards

Cell Membrane Controls what goes in and out of the cell (Transport, Nutrition & Excretion) and receives/sends messages
Nucleus Carries genetic information and controls activities such as Reproduction, Regulation, Growth.
Ribosome Proteins are made here. (Protein Synthesis)
Mitochondria Cells make energy here through the life process of Cellular Respiration.
Vacuole Cells store their food, waste and water here.
Cytoplasm The gel-like material that fills the cell where chemical reactions take place.
CELL WALL Only found in plant cells. It protects and gives shape to the plant cells.
CHLOROPLAST Only found in plant cells; Photosynthesis occurs here and allows plants to make their own food.
Cell the basic unit of life
organelle structures within the cell that perform the life functions/processes
Created by: mbiata@rhnet.org