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NUCLEUS
controls all cell activity.
PLASMA MEMBRANE
Regulates what enters or leaves the cell
MITOCHONDRIA
These are the sites where cellular respiration occurs
GOLGI
These modify store and route proteins and other chemical products to their next destination.
SMOOTH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM
Has built in enzymes and in some cells produces steroids and in other cells regulates calcium levels or builds lipid molecules
ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM-
Ribosomes are attached to this and provide a surface along which the process of protein assembly can occur. The proteins are then exported or secreted.
NUCLEOLUS-
Manufactures ribosomes and contains the parts
RIBOSOMES-
Structures in which proteins are assembled using DNA as instructions
CYTOSKELETON-
Maintains the cell’s shape and can be used to move the cell membrane.
LARGE CENTRAL VACUOLE-
Stores chemicals such as salts and contributes to plant growth by absorbing water and causing cells to expand.
LYSOSOMES-
Membrane bound sac containing digestive enzymes that can break down proteins, nucleic acids, and polysaccharides.
CHROMOSOMES-
Condensed threads of genetic material formed from chromatin as a cell prepares to divide. FOUND IN THE NUCLEUS
CELL WALL
Supports and protects the cell
CHLOROPLASTS
An organelle found in some plant cells and certain unicellular organisms where photosynthesis takes place. This is turning one form of energy into another.
CYTOPLASM-activity.
This is everything between the cell membrane and nucleus. This is the site of the most cell
NUCLEUS
controls all cell activity.
PLASMA MEMBRANE
Regulates what enters or leaves the cell
MITOCHONDRIA
These are the sites where cellular respiration occurs
GOLGI
These modify store and route proteins and other chemical products to their next destination.
SMOOTH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM
Has built in enzymes and in some cells produces steroids and in other cells regulates calcium levels or builds lipid molecules
ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM-
Ribosomes are attached to this and provide a surface along which the process of protein assembly can occur. The proteins are then exported or secreted.
NUCLEOLUS-
Manufactures ribosomes and contains the parts
RIBOSOMES-
Structures in which proteins are assembled using DNA as instructions
CYTOSKELETON-
Maintains the cell’s shape and can be used to move the cell membrane.
LARGE CENTRAL VACUOLE-
Stores chemicals such as salts and contributes to plant growth by absorbing water and causing cells to expand.
LYSOSOMES-
Membrane bound sac containing digestive enzymes that can break down proteins, nucleic acids, and polysaccharides.
CHROMOSOMES-
Condensed threads of genetic material formed from chromatin as a cell prepares to divide. FOUND IN THE NUCLEUS
CELL WALL
Supports and protects the cell
CHLOROPLASTS
An organelle found in some plant cells and certain unicellular organisms where photosynthesis takes place. This is turning one form of energy into another.
CYTOPLASM
This is everything between the cell membrane and nucleus. This is the site of the most cell activity.

WHOLE CELL EXCEPT NUCLEUS AND PLASMA MEMBRANE!
JELLO and other things