This fine layer holds the cell together and keeps it separate from other cells. It allows certain materials to pass in and out of the cell. It keeps other materials out.
This is the "brain" of the cell, which controls all cell activities. It also houses special threads called chromosomes that are the coded instructions. These tell the cells what to do.
This is the power station of the cell. Here oxygen and food react to produce energy for the cell.
This is a jelly-like substance that makes up the material of the cell. It is mostly water and protein.
These are the protein-manufacturing factories of the cell.
These act as storage sheds, packaging, storing and releasing chemicals for cell use.
This is a network of tubes that hold the ribosomes.