Identifying Parts of a Cell (Plant Cell)
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Structure that produces energy the cell needs--the powerhouse!
transports materials, especially proteins; has embedded ribosomes; The "highway"
inside of nucleus where ribosomes are made
large, fluid-filled sac that stores metabolites and helps maintain turgor pressure
Protects and Supports the plant!
Where food is produced and chlorophyll is found, does photosynthesis
receives, packages and distributes materials- like UPS
Controls which materials move into and out of the cell, ALL cells have one.
That portion of the endoplasmic reticulum that is free of ribosomes; makes lipids
"The command center" Where DNA & chromosomes are found
a storage area found in both plants and animals
Jelly-like fluid and contents of the cell
pores in cell wall allowing communication between plant cells
makes proteins with instructions from DNA
Colors of light absorbed best by chlorophyll
blue, red, purple
Color of light reflected by chlorophyll
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