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Labels a protein wth lipids/carbs, packages in a vesicle, and ships to other parts of the cell or out of the cell
Small area in the nucleus where ribosomes are constructed
Strands of DNA wrapped around proteins
Breaks down and recycles lipids, carbohydrates and proteins into small molecules that can be used by the rest of the cell. Can recycle materials to build new proteins. Can also open vesicles to release proteins.
Makes glucose through photosynthesis. Glucose is used to produce ATP in the mitochondria.
Location where proteins are made based on directions that come from the DNA
lipid bilayer that controls what enters and leaves the cell. It also protects and supports the cell. Materials needed for proteins enter through the membrane and finished proteins exit through it.
Membrane covered sacs that can transport proteins in and out of cells.
Store materials like water, salts, proteins, and carbohydrates
Contains genetic material in the form of DNA. The DNA has instructions for when and how to build proteins.
Makes lipids used to modify proteins and in making vesicles for shipping proteins.
Ribosomes are located here. Can modify and transport proteins.
Turns food like glucose into ATP energy the cell can use for processes like building proteins.
Lies outside the cell membrane and allows water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and other substances needed to keep the cell alive to pass through.
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