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provides protection and support for plants
Cell Wall
organelles that use light energy to make carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and water (plants)
Chloroplast
moves chromosomes during cell division
Centrioles
small, spherical organelles that contain the cells digestive enzymes
Lysosomes
organelle in the cell that is responsible for sorting and corectly shipping the proteins produced in the ER
Golgie Body/Apparatus
Control center of cell, contains the DNA
Nucleus
makes ribosomes
Nucleolus
where ribsosomes and other materials move in and out of the cell
Nuclear Pore
cells powerhouse, organelle packages the energy of the food into ATP molecule
Mitochondrion
network of membranes throughout the cytoplasm of the cell
Endoplasmic Recticulum
used to synthesize lipids in the cells
Smooth ER
most protein synthesis occur in cell
Rough ER
contains large amounts of water and stores other important materials such as sugars, ions and pigments
Vacuole
organelles that help in the synthesis of proteins
Ribosomes
thick gooey material inside cell membrane, contains mostly water
Cytoplasm
network of microtubes and microfilaments that provide a supportive stucture
Cytoskeleton
regulates what enters and leaves the cell
Cell Membrane
surrounds cell membrane and supports and protects the cell
Cell Wall
transfers energy from organic compounds to ATP
Mitochondrion
the packaging and distributior center of the cell
Golgie Apparatus
small, membrane-bound sac
Cytoplasm
extensive system of internal membranes that moves proteins and other substances through the cell
Endoplasmic Recticulum
keeps cell membrane from collapsing
Cytoskeloton
interior of cell
Cytoplasm
hairlike stuctures
Cilia
organism whose cells each have a nucleus
Eukaryote
protude from cell's surface and enable mvement
Flagella
single-celled organism that lacks a nucleus
Prokaryote
all living things are made of cells
Cell Theory
measure of clarity of image
Resolution
when an image appears larger
Magnification
uses electrons to form a magnified image
Electron Microscope
uses light to produce a magnified image
Light Microscope