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partially assembles ribosomes in the nucleus
nucleolus
stores DNA
nucleus & chromatin
powerhouse of the cell, splits ATP to release energy
mitochondria
storage sack, could store food, minerals, water or ions
vacuole
packages proteins with membranes
golgi
provides a wall for ribosomes to stick to
Endoplasmic Reticulum
communications network between nucleus and cell membrane
Endoplasmic Reticulum
openings where materials pass into and out of the nucleus
nuclear envelope
just before cell division, this condenses to form chromosomes
centriole
separates cytoplasm from the environment
cell membrane
is selectively permeable
cell membrane
control center
nucleus and chromatin
protein synthesis site
ribosome
hollow support structure
micro tubule
contains disgestive enzymes
lysosome
provides support and structure to the cell
cell wall
powerhouse of the cell
Mitochondria
packages proteins in membranes
golgi
storage area for food, minerals, ions and water
vacuoles
is selectively permeable
cell membrane
contains chlorophyll
chloroplast
contains disgestive enzymes to break down food, owrn out parts
lysosome
forms a communications network between nucleus and cell membrane
endoplasmic Reticulum
prevents celll from exploding when too much water is taken in
cell wall
control center
nucleus
helps form the cytoskeleton
microthubules
food making factory in the plant cell
chloroplast
site of protein synthesis
endoplasmic reticulum
creates turgor pressure when this swells with excess water
vacuoles