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the outside boundary that separates the cell from its environment. It allows materials to move in and out of the cell.
found only in plant cells, gives cell its rigid boxlike shape, supports and protects the cell
large oval structure that directs the cell's activities. It acts as the "brain" of the cell.
looks like a maze of passageways, moves protein and other materials around in the cell
rod or bean shaped structures that are called "powerhouse" because they generate energy for the cell. Muscle cells have lots of mitrochondria.
looks like flattened sacs and tubes, they package and secrete (move) substances to other parts of the cell. It is referred to as the "mail room".
large in plant cells, small or missing in some animal cells, they store water, food, waste, and other materials
small round objects in animal cells that contain chemicals to break down food, digest wates, and worn out cell parts
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