Cell Structures (Cell Parts) - Advanced Content
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A living thing.
The smallest unit of life.
A part of a cell with a specific job to do.
A cell without a nucleus.
A complex cell with a nucleus and many other organelles.
The largest, usually centered organelle of the cell that controls cell function.
The genetic material that is the blueprint for living; it is passed from parent to offspring and is located in the nucleus or center of a cell.
The semipermeable, protective barrier that encloses all cells.
The rigid outer layer of plant cells that provides support.
The syrup-like liquid that surrounds and protects the organelles inside of cells.
The organelle that cleans up the cell (digests waster and worn out cell parts).
The organelle that is the storage area of cells.
The organelle in plant cells in which photosynthesis takes place.
The organelle that provides energy for the cell by respiration.
The web of proteins in the cytoplasm that provides structural support for the cell.
The smallest of all organelles; they make proteins.
The organelle that delivers materials to the outer edges of the cell membrane.
The organelle that is the internal delivery system for the cell.