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Bio Cells 11

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Chromatin Chromosomes thick ropy strands in the nucleus
Nucleus headquarters of the cell meaning controls all cell activity. surrounded by nuclear membrane
Nucleolus the solid spot in the nucleus; knots of chromatin
Cell Membrane ALL cells have this and it regulates what leaves and enters the cell and made out of lipids with proteins throughout
Mitochondria it is called the powerhouse of cells where respiration occurs (energy to food)
Rough Endoplamic reticulum has ribosomes attatched to it.
Smooth Endo. Plasmic no ribosomes on it. makes a maze path between cell membrane and nucelar membrane and thorughout the cell.
Golgi Body Post office of the cell job is to package cells
Ribosomes tiny balls of RNA whose job is to manufacture protein for the cell
Lysosomes contain powerful digestive enzymes used to dissolve bacteria and other invaders can digest awhile cell known as autolysis
PEroxisomes contain enzyme catalase
Cyto Plasm jellylike material made mostly out of water as well as salt dissolved gasses and nutrients
Cytoskeleton give support to the cell and can more organelles around the cell.
Chloroplast green organelles that use the light to manufacture food molecules
Cell Wall specialty structures and found surrounding a cell
Vacuole a place to store water and waste and is usually the largest organelle in a plant
Centrioles used in cell division but only in animal cells
Created by: fitzylax11
 

 



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