Cell Booklet

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Parts of a cell By: Christopher Varnado

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Directions: Your must also put a picture of the animal and plant cell on ONE slide—The animal on a slide and the plant cell on another. On each slide you must put ONE cell part and define its function. You must also Put the picture of the part. Here are the parts that are to be added to your book: Nucleus Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum Nucleolus Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Mitochondria Ribosomes Cell Wall (Plant) Chloroplast Golgi bodied Lysosome Cell membrane Vacuole Cytoplasm Controlee http://www.cellsalive.com/ http://www.ibiblio.org/virtualcell/index.htm

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Animal Cell

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Plant cell

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Nucleus Organelle that controls all of a cell and contains hereditary materials made of proteins and DNA.

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Nucleolus Rounded Body within the nucleus of a cell

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Cell membrane Protective outer covering of all cells that regulate what goes in and what goes out

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Golgi Bodies Organelles that packages cellular materials and transports them within the cell.

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Mitochondria Cell organelle that brakes down lipids and carbon rates and releases energy

Centriole :

Centriole Forms spindle fibers to separate during a cell division.

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Cell wall Provides protection from physical energy-together with vacuole provides skeletal support

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Chloroplast Where plants conduct photosynthesis, in effect, to make there own food by converting light into energy into chemical energy.

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Ribosome A tiny orangelle in the cell cytoplasm either freely in small clusters or attracted to the outer surface of endoplasmic reticulum and manufactures

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Cytoplasm The cell substance between the membrane and the nucleus, contains the cryptal orangelle cytoskeleton and varies particularley .

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lissome Serve as cell digestive system-Breaks down food.

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Endoplasmic Reticulum A natural of tubular membranes within the Cytoplasm of the cell, in the transport of material.

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Vacuole A membrane bound within a cell, often containing a watery liquidly or serration storage tanks fan cells

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