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What is the cell wall?
Only found in plants, supports, stiff
cellulose
Centrioles
used during cell divison, located outside the nucleus of animal cells
only found in animal cells
Microtubuoles
CREATAES STIFFNESS TO CERTAIN spots in the cell
stiffness
Ribosomes
CREATAES STIFFNESS TO CERTAIN spots in the cell
produces
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Carries materials through cells,Network of tubes or membranes
materials tubes or membranse
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Network of tubes or membranes, Carries materials through cells
materials, tubes, membranes
Golgi Body
used in the synthesis of materials by the cell, Disk shaped and often branching
photo synthesis trees
Chloroplast
-Use the sun’s energy to make food for the plant through photosynthesis, Found in plant cells, not animal cells, contains cchlorophyll
green, food
Mitochondria
Breaks down sugars
Releases energy for use by the cell
bean shaped
in both animals and plants
beans, energy
Lysosome
Breaks down large food molecules into smaller ones
Involved in digestion of old cell parts
small round
found in animals rarely in plants
big to small
Cell/Plasma Membrane
Irregularly shaped
Plant- inside cell wall
Animal- outermost layer, cholesterol
Has pores and is selectively permeable (things can go in and out of the cell)
-Maintains homeostasis (equilibrium)
-Protects and supports the cell
Cytoplasm
Thick, jelly-like, in both plants and animals Pores
-Contains and supports cell organelles
-Constantly in motion
-Fills the space between the nucleus and the cell membrane