Fluid like substance that surrounds organelles in cell
DNA not in a nucleus, no organelles, simple structure
DNA in the nucleus, organelles, more complex structure
Interior of the cell
Functions as a selective barrier to allow only certain things in and out of cell
Contains genetic material for the cell
Structures with genetic information (DNA organized into this)
Responsible for make the ribosomes in the cell
Sacs made of membrane that serve as packages
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Responsible for lipid synthesis, and to detoxify drugs and poison
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Responsible for building proteins for secretion (ribosomes attached on surface)
Center for modification, sorting, and shipping
Contains enzymes and is responsible for digestion and recycling organic material in cells
Storage of water and waste (much larger in a plant)
Site of cellular respiration, generate ATP (energy currency of cell)
Site of photosynthesis, take light from sun to create glucose
Provides mechanical support to maintain cell shape, also serves as tracks for vesicle transport
Composed of microtubles and involved in cell division
Cilia and Flagella
Extensions containing microtubules that are involved in movement
In plants only, helps to maintain shape and prevent excessive intake of water
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