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Biology Plant Cell

cell parts and functions

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Cell Wall Provides protection against injury and supports cell structure.
Cell Membrane Tells cells if they can pass through or not and hold in cytoplasm
Vacuole Hold water and various fluids and helps cell wall.
Mitochondria Reactions take place there and provide power for cell.
Smooth & Rough ER Provides tubes for chemicals to travel and react.
Ribosomes the site of protein synthesis.
Golgi Apparatus Modifies chemicals to make them reactable and stores chamicals and makes ER
Nuclear Envelope Protects and lets things travel in and out of nucleous.
Nucleolous DNA is copied her and works with ribosomes
Nucleus Contains intstructions for nucleolous
Chloroplast Where photosynthesis takes place.
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