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Rigid boundry that supports plant cells.
Cell Wall P
wall
Fluid substance contained in the nucleus.
Nucleoplasm
nuke
Organizes and makes protein, can be free floating.
Ribosome A and P
rib
Makes steriods, regulates Ca, breaks down substances.
SER A and P
S
Converts sugar into starch in plant cells.
Leucoplast (P)
Luke
Microtubules and microfilaments of the cytoplasm, provides support, "skeleton"
Cytoskeleton
Sight
Site of photosynthesis in plant cells.
Chloroplast (P)
Chlorine
Fluid filled organelle, stores water, enzymes, and metabolic waste.
Vacuole (A,P)
sweeper
Hallway that prepares protein for export, "transportation center"
RER (A,P)
R
Protein tube, provides support, largest strand of cytoskeleton.
Microtubules
microscope
Protein tube, provides support, smallest strand of cytoskeleton.
Microfilaments
fill
Region of the cell between the nucleus and cell membrane.
Cytoplasm (P,A)
sight
Longer, hair-like microtubules, function in locomotion.
Flagella
flag
Short, hair-like microtubles, move substances, used for locomotion.
Cilia
Sylvia
Makes ribosomes, dark stain in nucleus, contains RNA.
Nucleolus (P,A)
Leo
Fluid that bathes the organelles inside of the cell membrane, "jelly-like"
Cytosol (P,A)
sight for all
Stores hereditary info, makes RNA and ribosomes, "the brain"
Nucleus (P,A)
us
Selectively permeable outer boundry of the cell.
Cell membrane (P,A)
member
Processes and packages substances produced by cell, "storage"
Golgi Apparatus (A,P)
goal
In plant cell, contains starch, fats, or pigments.
Plastid (P)
plastic
Membrane that surrounds the nucleus.
Nuclear Member (P,A)
bomb
Openings that allow the passage of substances between nucleus and cytoplasm.
Nuclear Pores (P,A)
face
Site of digestion, "suicide sacs"
Lysosemes (A)
lysol
"Powerhouse", site of aerobic respiration, makes ATP
Mitochondria (A)
mites