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MMS cell structures

organelles and their functions

organelle a cell part
cell membrane protects cell and controls what enters and leaves
Cell wall protects, supports and gives shape to plant cells
cytoplasm fills cell and hold organelles in place
vacuole storage of water, food or waste
chloroplast collects light energy to form food/sugar; PHOTOSYNTHESIS
mitochondria releases energy from food for cell
only found in plant cell chloroplast, cell wall, large water vacuole
endoplasmic reticulum moves proteins & materials around inside the cell
Golgi Apparatus packages proteins to move them outside of the cell
What is the difference in the shape of plant and animal cells? Plant cells are boxy. Animal cells are blob-shaped.
nucleus directs all cell activities
Difference between multicellular and unicellular Unicellular organisms are only one cell-all life functions are taken care of by that cell. Multicellular are many cells that each have specialized jobs. The cells divide the work to get all of the life functions accomplished.
What are the levels of organization in multicellular organisms? cell>tissue>organ>organ system>organism
lysosomes breaks down dead cell parts & wastes
ribosomes makes proteins.
Created by: neumeist