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layer of non-living material called cellulose found on plant and bacterial cells
cell wall
protects the cell. Allows material to pass through easily. Helps plants stand up on their own
cell wall
protects the cell. Allows material to pass through easily. Helps plants stand up on their own
cell membrane
large, oval structure which acts as the control center of the cell
Nucleus
protects the nucleus by controlling what comes in and out through tiny pores
Nucleus Membrane
thin strands containing genetic material that directs the functions of the cell
Chromatin
small object found in the nucleus which produces ribosomes
nucleolus
produces energy, builds and transports needed materials, stores and recycles wastes
Cytoplasm
produces most of the energy needed for the cell to carry out its functions
mitochondria
mase of passageways that carries protiens and other materials from one part of the cell to another
Endoplasmic reticulum
factories that produce protiens
Ribosomes
receives protiens and other newly formed materials from the endoplasmic reticulum, packages them, and then distributes them to other parts of the cell
Golgi bodies
large green structres found only on plants that capture energy from sunlight
Chloroplasts
round, water filled sac found most often on plants. Provides storage
Vacuoles
contains chemicals that break down large food particles into smaller ones
Lysosomes