Cells: Parts and Functions
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The smallest functional and structural unit of all living organisms.
Outer covering of ALL cells made of phospholipids
Small bodies in a cell's cytoplasm that are specialized to perform specific functions
A large organelle in all eukaryotic cells which contains DNA
The fluid inside the cell that contains the various cell organelles.
Rigid structure that surrounds the membranes of PLANT cells and provides support to the cell.
Small organelle in the cytoplasm where proteins are made; Some float freely, others attach to endoplasmic reticulum.
A series of folded membranes that are used to transport proteins and other substances around in the cell.
Green, chlorophyll- containing organelle used by plant cells for photosynthesis.
Organelles that release energy to the cell by breaking down lipids and carbohydrates; Known as the "powerhouse" of the cell.
Organelles that help make and package complex molecules to be stored in vesicles for later use or transported out of the cell
Organelle containing digestive chemicals (enzymes) that help break down food, cell wastes and worn-out cell parts.
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