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Rigid layer in plant cell that protects and supports.
Controls what goes in and out of the cell.
Directs all of the cell's activities (control center)
Membrane that protects the nucleus and allows material to pass in and out.
Thin strands in the nucleus that contain genetic material and instructions to direct the cell.
Small round structure in the nucleus that produces ribosomes.
Clear, thick gel-like fluid that holds all of the organelles in a cell.
Rod-shaped, converts food energy into useable energy.
Maze of passageways that carries proteins throughout the cell.
Small, grain-like, attached to ER and in Cytoplasm and produces proteins.
Flattened sacs and tubes that receive proteins, packages them, and distributes to other parts of the cell.
Small and round, contains chemicals to break down materials in the cell.
Large green, in plant cells, captures energy and produces food. Contains chlorophyll.
Water-filled sac, storage area of food and waste.
Small microtube found in the animal cell to help with mitosis and meiosis.
Small fluid-filled pouch that transports material from one place to another.
Gives the cell its shape
Tail-like, helps a bacteria cell move.
Extra protective layer on a bacteria cell.
Genetic Material (DNA)
Directs the functions of the bacteria cell.
Cell with no nucleus or other membrane-bound organelles (bacteria)
Cell with a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles (animal and plant)
What 70% of the cell is made of.