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Copy of Organelles
Transcript of Copy of Organelles
Rod-shape structures that converts food into energy.
Small, grain-like bodies that produces proteins
Outside boundary to separate cell from environment.
Controls what goes in and out of cell.
Large oval structure that directs all of the cell's activities
Holds genetic information
Stack of membrane-bound vesicles that package materials for transport to other parts of the cell.
Rough look due to ribosomes
Proteins synthesize on these ribosomes for transport throughout the cell.
One of several structures with specialized functions, suspended in the cytoplasm of a Eukaryotic cell
Regulates and releases ions, creation and storage of lipids and steroids and eleminate toxins
"Combination and transportation"
Surrounds and protects nucleus, contains pores that allow materials in and out.
Makes ribosomes that make proteins
Thin strands floating in nucleus that contains genetic materials
Gel-like fluid that contains organelles.
Stores food, water, waste and other materials, in plants it regulates pressure in the cell
Captures energy from sun to produce food for cell.
Filled with CHLOROPHYLL (green pigment)
Rigid, boxlike shape that surrounds the cell
Provides and maintains the shape of plant cells
Small, round organelle that contains chemicals that break down food and worn-out cell parts.
Network of microtubules and fibers in cytoplasm to give the cell shape.