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Nuclear Envelope/Membrane
controls the passage of various substances into and out of the nucleous
Nucleoplasm
Fluid interior portion of nucleus
Nucleolus
Dense cluster of RNA and proteins that will be assembled into subunits of ribosomes
Chromosome
One DNA molecule and many proteins that are intimately associated with it
Chromatin
Total Collection of all DNA molecules
Cell Wall
Protection, structure support
Cell Membrane
Control of substances moving in and out of cell
Chloroplast
Photosynthesis, some starch storage
Cytoplasm
All cell parts, particles, and semifluid substances between the plasma membrane and the nucleus
Cytoskeleton
Cell shape, internal organization, basis of cell movement and locomotion
Cilia/Flagella
Locomotion through or motion within fluid surroundings
Endoplasmic reticulum (smooth)
Site of lipid synthesis
Endoplasmic Reticulum (rough)
New polypeptide chains acquire side chains inside rough ER
Golgi Body/Apparatus
Final modification of proteins, lips; sorting and packaging them for use inside cell or for export
Lysosome
Intracellular Digestion
Mitochondria
ATP formation
Ribosomes
Protein synthesis
Vacuole
Increasing cell surface area; storage
Vesicle
One of a variety of small, membrane-bound sacs in the cytoplasm that function in the transport, storage or digestion of substances