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CS Biology - Cells

Questions about the cell unit

QuestionAnswer
The part of the cell that makes protein. Ribosomes
Type of cell that has a true nucleus. Eukaryote
Type of cell that lacks a nucleus. Prokaryote
The part of the cell that produces ATP(energy) for the cell to use. Site of cellular respiration. Mitochondria
The part of the cell that stores nutrients and water. Vacuole
The part of the cell that sorts, packages, and ships cell products. Golgi apparatus (body)
Chloroplasts, a cell wall, and one large vacuole are in which type of cell? Plant
Part of the cell involved in cell division and is only found in animal cells. Centrioles
Type of ER involved in protein synthesis and has ribosomes attached to it. It is also used for transporting molecules throughout the cell. Rough ER
Type of ER that contains enzymes used in making membrane lipids and detoxifying drugs. Smooth ER
Part of the cell that determines what can enter or exit the cell. Cell membrane
Part of the plant cell that is the site of photosynthesis. Chloroplast
Part of the cell that is found inside the nucleus and is involved in ribosome assembly. Nucleolus
Part of the cell that contains the DNA and controls almost all of the cell's functions. Nucleus
Part of the cell that contains digestive enzymes used to break down large molecules. Lysosome
Type of cell that has a capsule, a cell well, and free floating genetic material (nucleiod). Prokaryote
Type of cell that contains specialized organelles. Eukaryote
Clear, watery, jelly-like substance that contains the cell's organelles. Cytoplasm
Structure that provides support and protection for plant cells and lies outside the cell membrane. Cell wall
A network of protein filaments providing cells with structural support, mobility, “highways” for molecular movement, and cell division. Cytoskeleton
Structures used for cell movement. Flagellum (whip-like tail), cilia (hair-like), pseudopod (false foot)
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