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Nat.5 Cell structure

NAT 5 Unit 1 Section 1 DHS

Boundary around cells which controls the substances which enter or leave the cell. Cell Membrane
Provides cells with strength and structure. Cell Wall
Controls the cells activities. Contains genetic information in the form of DNA Nucleus
Contain chlorophyll to capture light energy. The light energy is used to create chemical energy, in the form of sugars, by photosynthesis. Chloroplasts
Membrane enclosed fluid-filled sac used for storage. Vacuole
The site of the chemical reactions which occur within the cell. Cytoplasm
The site of Protein Synthesis. Ribosomes
Generates most of the cell's supply of energy, in the form of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP). Mitochondria
A ring of DNA that is separate from the chromosomal DNA, which may contain genes acquired from other bacteria. Plasmid
Created by: dhsbiology