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  1. rod-shaped bodies found in the nucleus, they are made of DNA and protein, they contain all the information to run the cell, they also pass on the hereditary traits of the cell to new cells
  2. jelly-like area between the nucleus and the cell membrane - it helps organelles move throughout the cell
  3. small grain-like bodies made mostly of RNA and produced in the nucleolus - proteins are constructed at the ribosomes
  4. a thin, flexible envelope that surrounds the cell - it allows the cell to change shape and controls what goes into and out of the cell

3 True/False questions

  1. Mitochondriasmall grain-like bodies made mostly of RNA and produced in the nucleolus - proteins are constructed at the ribosomes

          

  2. Chloroplastis an oval, green structure found in the cytoplasm, contains chlorophyll, captures the sun's energy and uses it to produce sugars in a process called photosynthesis

          

  3. Nucleusa small, dense object fond in the middle of the nucleus - it makes the RNA for the cell