produces energy through cellular respiration
rough endoplasmic reticulum
transport and storage
smooth endoplasmic reticulum
creates lipids or fat
synthesis, packages and releases concentrate proteins or lipids
protein or lipid enters the cytoplasm
where all chemicals take place
short sugar chains attached to proteins
lipids attached to proteins
flattened stacked membrane folds
small membrane bounded transport vesicles
microbodies found in animal cells
microbodies found in plant cells
for cellular division and cellular reproduction
supports structure and helps move synthesized proteins
contain hydrolytic enzymes for digestion
hair like structures
pump water out of cell
red blood cells
carries oxygen, glucose
moves protein, lipid and carbohydrate
surrounds the nucleus
contains food or water
separates cell contents from the environment
provide internal support
information center of the cell
site of ribosome synthesis
threadlike mass of DNA
tissues attached by tendons to bones
tissues on the wall of the guts; the iris of the eye
tissues at the heart
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