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cell Organelles bio

cell organelle names and their functions

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nucleus where genetic material is stored and it controls the activities of the cell. Found in Eukaryotic cells.
Golgi Apparatus Where the final synthesis and packaging of proteins into membrane-bound vesticles occurs. Found in Eukaryotic cells.
Endoplasmic Reticulum Is responsible from production, transport, possessing and storage of materials within the cell. Founde in Eukaryotic cells.
Mitochondria Involved in cellular respiration where energy is transformed and released. Found in Eukaryotic cells.
Chloroplast Is where photosynthesis takes place. Found in plant and protista cells.
Ribosomes Where proteins are assembled and they are associated with endoplasmic reticulum.Found in all cells.
Cell membrane controls the movement of substances in and out of the cell. Found in all cells.
Cell wall Provides support and prevents the expansion of the cell. Allows water and dissolved substances to pass freely. Found in plant cells as cellulose, found in monera and fungi cells as non-cellulose and in protista cells-various.
Centrioles Pair of cylindrical structures involved in the separation of chromosomes during cell division. Found in most animal and protista cells.
Lysosomes they are the vesticles that break down debris and foreign material. found in animal cells
plastids store starch in plant roots or storage tissue and involved in chromosomes. found in plant and protista cells.
vacuoles contains food, enzymes and fluid. Provides physical sypport to plant cells. Present in plant and fungi cells and in some animal cells but they are small.
Vesicles associated with the transport of substances within the cell. Found in Eukaryotic cells.
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