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science, cell parts

parts of a cell

protects the membrane only in a plant cell wall
capture energy from the sun and make food for the cells chloroplasts
storage unit of the cells vacuole
protects the cell and controls what comes in and out of the cell cell membrane
produce the cells energy mitochondria
recieve materials from the endoplasmic reticulum and send them to other parts of the cell golgi body
a gel-like fluid in which many organelles cells cytoplasm
controls all the cells activities nucleus
produce proteins, may float in cytoplasm ribosomes
a net work of passages that take materials from one part of the cell to another endoplasmic reticulum
a small object where ribosomes are made nucleolus
thin strands containing genetic material chromatin
protects the nucleus nuclear envelope
contains chemicals that break down certain chemicals in the cell lysosomes