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Gappa Cell Parts

flexible layer that surrounds the cell and lets things in and out cell membrane
jelly-like substance that everything floats it cytoplasm
controls the cell nucleus
contains all the instructions for the cell chromosomes
stores food, water and waste vacuoles
turn the plant's food into energy so the plant can grow mitochondria
use light energy from the sun to make food for the plant chloroplasts
How many large water vacuoles are found in plant cells? one
What two organelles are found in plant cells, but not animal cells? chloroplasts and cell wall
What shape are most plant cells? rectangular shape
What are the small structures inside of a cell called? organelles
What is the name of the scientists who came up with the name "cells?" Robert Hooke
small containers that hold the materials needed to keep a living thing alive cells
Are some living things only made up of one cell? yes
Can cells be all different shapes and sizes? yes
cell wall strong outer layer that gives the cell extra protection
Created by: Cabrini