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cell parts:

eukaryotic membrane-bound organelles that transform energy stored in food molecules into ATP; has a highly folded inner membrane that produces energy-storing molecules.
mitochondria
cell parts:

nonmembrane-bound organelles int eh nucleus where enzymes and other proteins are assembled.
ribosomes
cell parts:

organelle in eukaryoic cell nucleus that produces ribosomes.
nucleus
cell parts:

firm, fairly rigid structure located outside the plasma membrane of plants, fungi, most bacteria, and some protists; provides support and protection.
cell wall
cell parts:

chlorophyll-containing cell organelles found in the cells of green plants and some protists; capture light energy from the sun, which is converted to chemical energy in food molecules.
chloroplasts
cell types:

unicellular or multicellular organisms, such as yeast, plants, and animals, composed of eukaryotic cells, which contain a true nucleus and membrane-bound organelles.
eukaryotes
cell types:

unicellular organisms, such as bacteria, composed of prokaryotic cells. Prokaryotic cells lack internal membrane-bound structures.
prokaryotes