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Cell Organelles

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Cell Organelles
Function: The cell membrane is a semi permeable membrane. It allows only certain materials to pass through. The cell membrane regulates what can enter and leave the cell. The cell membrane is a lipid bi layer.
Cell Membrane
Inside of Membrane
Function: It supports the cell. It allows materials to pass through easily. It is made of cellulose, a carbohydrate fiber. The cell makes fibers and sends them to the cell membrane which organizes them on the cell wall.
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Location
Found in what type of cell?: most prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, especially plants, not animals
Function: Cytoplasm is a jelly like substance found in cells. It is the substance in which all the other organelles are placed.
Function: A vesicle is a small membrane enclosed organelle. It transports substances to and from organelles. It also carries materials in and out of the cell.
Function: Vacuoles are like a big storage bin. They store water and other liquids, carbohydrates, proteins, salts, etc. Vacuoles can vary in size, but in plant cells, they are particularly large.
Function: Lysosomes are like garbage/disposal shoots. Lysosomes break down materials that are no longer needed, or no longer working. They also break down carbohydrates, lipids and proteins so that they can be used by other organelles. Lysosomes can break down "intruders", or materials that may be bad for the cell. They contain digestive enzymes.
found in what types of cells?: mostly eukaryotic plants cells, and animal cells, and few prokaryotic cells,
found in what types of cells?: eukaryotic animal cells and some plant cells
Function: The golgi packages and processes proteins produced in the endoplasmic reticulum.
Found in what types of cells?: eukaryotic cells
Function: The smooth endoplasmic reticulum contains enzymes that do special jobs. A main job of the smooth ER is to detoxify drugs. Another job is the making of membrane lipids.
Location: outer layer
Location: one of the outer layers of cell
Found in what types of cells?: all cells
Location: Surrounding organelles
Found in what types of cells?: All cells
Location: moving all around in cytoplasm
Found in what types of cells?: most eukaryotic cells
Location: cytoplasm
Location: moving around cytoplasm
Location: cytoplasm
Location: cytoplasm
Found in what types of cells?: Eukaryotic cells
Function: Proteins made by the ribosomes found on or near the Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum insert into the Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum and are then modified.
Location: attached to nuclear membrane
Found on which types of cells?: Eukaryotic (plant and animal)
Function: Ribosomes are organelles consisting of small particles of RNA and protein. Ribosomes make proteins.
Location: in cytoplasm and connected to the rough endoplasmic reticulum
Found in which types of cells?: prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
Function: Controls the whole entire cell!! The nucleus contains DNA which contains the coded instructions for making important molecules.
DNA
Nuclear Envelope
Function: A nuclear envelope is made up of two membranes surrounding the nucleus. It is has thousands of nuclear pores which allow substances, including proteins and RNA, to enter and exit the nucleus.
Chromatin = DNA bound to protein
Chromosome = condensed chromatin that condenses before cell division and contains genetic info passed to offspring
Location: surrounded by nuclear membrane and rough ER in cytoplasm
Found in what types of cells?: eukaryotic
Found in what types of cells?: prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells
Cell Wall
Cytoplasm
Vesicle
Lysosomes
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Golgi
Nucleus
Ribosomes
Vacuoles
Location: Surrounding nucleus
Found in what types of cells?: Eukaryotes
Nucleolus
Function: The nucleolus makes ribosomes.
Location: in the nucleus (dark spot)
Found in what kinds of cells?: eukaryotes
Mitochondria
Function: Creates energy for the cell to use from energy found in food. The mitochondria contains two membranes and the inner one is folded inside.
Location: cytoplasm
Found in what types of cells?: eukaryotic
Chloroplast
Function: traps sun energy and makes food and energy that the cell can use (photosynthesis)
Location: in cytoplasm
Found in what types of cells?: mostly plant cells
Cytoskeleton
Function: The cytoskeleton is made up of microtubules (thin hollow cylinders) and microfilaments (thin solid filaments). It is the support system of the cell. It helps the cell to move and keep its shape.
Location: throughout cell
Found in what types of cells?: eukaryotic cell
Pili
Function: movement, sticking to surfaces or other cells
Location: outside of cell
Found on what kind of cells?: prokaryotic cells
Cilia
Function: Cilia work to move the cell. They are short and there are typically numerous cilium on one cell.
Location: outside of cell
Found on what kind of cells?: eukaryotic cells
Flagella
Found on what kind of cells?: eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells
Function: Flagella work to move the cell. They are usually long and they are typically not many of them on one cell (a lot of times only one).
Location: outside of cell
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