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Cell Parts - Fischer

provides and maintains shape cell wall
keeps cell safe from environment; controls movement of material in/out of cell cell membrane
fluid inside the cell cytoplasm
acts as muscle and skeleton cytoskeleton
contains cell's DNA nucleus
makes ribosomes, found in nucleus nucleolus
makes protein ribosomes
internal delivery system; lacks ribosomes smooth ER
internal delivery system; covered with ribosomes rough ER
main power source of cell mitochondria
where photosynthesis takes place; contains chlorophyll (causes green color) chloroplasts
packages and distributes protein outside the cell; modifies proteins to do different jobs golgi complex/apparatus
packaged proteins for transport outside the cell vesicle
janitor of cell; destroy old/damanged organelles; protects against invaders; gets rid of waste in cell lysosomes
stores water or acts like lysosome vacuoles
Created by: kcfish912