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The Parts of the Cel

these are the cell parts and their functions (couldn't fit the last "L", sorry)

Cell PartCell Parts function
Cell Membrane to keep the cell and its environment separate: to allow things in or out of the cell
Cytoplasm to suspend structures and/or move structures and material throughout the cell by (the word with "ic" on the end) streaming
Nucleus to direct all of the activites of the cell
Mitochondrion to break down "cell food" to use as energy in the cells
Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) to be a path to help move things from the nucleus to he edges of the cell (like a highway or a conveyor belt
Ribosome to make proteins
Golgi Bodies to package proteins and begin the process of moving the proteins out of the cell
Vacuole to store things in the cell
Lysosome to "digest" waste and worn out cell parts
Cell Wall to protect and support the cell (only in plant cells)
Chloroplast to change light energy into chemical energy, in the form of sugar or starch (only in plant cells)
Cytoskeleton is a solid and hollow tube that helps cells keep their shape, change their shape, or in some cases move (only in animal cells)
Created by: jujube45