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CGHS Biology - Cell Organelles
Transcript of CGHS Biology - Cell Organelles
What's inside the cell?
The store house for most
Organelles that link amino acids together to form
Small membrane-bound organelle that
divides materials and carries them across
A fluid filled sac used for
the storage of materials or
Organelles that defend a cell from invaders
The dense area of the nucleus,
where tiny organelles for protein
synthesis are made
The jellylike liquid
interior of the cell
This allows all the
organelles to move
These provide strength and
structure to the cell.
A folded membrane in the cells that
acts like a shipping center in the cell
Ribosomes can be attached
or free floating. They still do
the same job.
Golgi Apparatus (bodies)
"raw materials" like proteins and lipids and modify them and send them out as a final product
It's a manufacturing plant
the powerhouses of the cell.
organelles that act like a digestive system that takes in nutrients, breaks them down, and creates energy for the cell.
These can offer support for plants
Break down damaged or worn-out cell parts
Centrosome and Centrioles
They are there to help the cell
when it comes time to divide.
is the tough, usually flexible but rigid layer that surrounds plant cells.
It is located outside the cell membrane
The purpose of the chloroplast is to make sugars and starches. They use a process called photosynthesis to get the job done