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controls what enters and leaves the cell
Cell Membrane
contains instructions that direct the functions of the cell
Nucleus
controls what enters and leaves the nucleus
Nuclear Membrane
where ribosomes are made. The BRAIN of the cell.
Nuceolus
helps protect and support the plant cell, found only in plants. It is made of cellulose.
Cell Walls
produce the energy needed to carry out the functions of the cell. The POWERHOUSES of the cell.
Mitochondria
carries proteins and other materials from one part of the cell to another.
Endoplasmic Reticulum
produce proteins
Ribosomes
the MAILROOM of the cell. Receive proteins andother things from the ER, packages them, distributes them to other parts of the cell.
Golgi Bodies
found only in plant cells. Captures energy from the sun and uses to produce food for the cell.
Chloroplasts
stores materials such as water and waste products
Vacuoles
contain chemicals to break down large food particles into smaller ones and old cell parts into things to be used again
Lysosomes
gel-like material that organelles are suspended in. Like jello in a fruit salad
Cytoplasm