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Cell Parts
Cell Parts
Cell Parts
Cell Parts
Cell Parts
Cell Parts
Cell Parts
Cell Parts
Cell Parts
Cell Parts
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Cell Parts
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Cell Parts

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  • 1. Cell Parts By: Tristan Holdridge Start Review
  • 2. Cell Membrane Endoplasmic Recticulum Nucleus Ribosomes Golgi Bodies Mitochondria Lysosomes Nuclear Membrane Vacuole Plant Cell Differences End Review
  • 3. Cell Membrane
    • It protects the cell.
    Back
  • 4. Endoplasmic Recticulum
    • Materials like energy are moved through this part.
    Back
  • 5. Nucleus
    • Controls all actions of a cell
    Back
  • 6. Ribosomes
    • Produces protein for cell.
    Back
  • 7. Golgi Bodies
    • Sends and receives messages throughout the cell.
    Back
  • 8. Mitochondria
    • Creates energy for the cell.
    Back
  • 9. Lysosomes
    • Breaks down food and old organelles
    Back
  • 10. Nuclear Membrane
    • Protects the nucleus.
    Back
  • 11. Vacuole
    • Stores food and waste.
    Back
  • 12. What two things does a plant cell have that an animal cell does not? Chloroplasts Cell Wall Back
  • 13. Chloroplasts
    • Turns the sun into food.
    • Produces chlorophyll. (makes plant green)
    • Photosynthesis take place in this area.
    Back
  • 14. Cell Wall
    • Protects the cell and gives it rigidness.
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