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Ryan Maziarz

Miss Murray
Honors Biology
29 December 2015
Cell Structure
1. Nucleus

2.

Cell Membrane
4. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum

5. Smooth Endoplasmic
Reticulum
6. Golgi Apparatus

7. Vesicle

8. Mitochondria

10.Lysosome

11.Vacuole

12.Ribosomes
13.Nucleolus

14.Cytoplasm

15.Cytoskeleton

Function
Control center of the cell that holds
DNA which maintains activities such as
the production of protein and cell
division.
Flexible boundary of the cell that
decides what leaves and enters the cell.
Structure of the cell that contains
ribosomes which produces, packages,
and transports proteins.
Structure of the cell that does not
contains ribosomes which produces,
packages, and transports proteins.
Flattened stack of membranes in the
cell that receives proteins from the ER
and sorts and packages them to their
final destination.
Membranous structure of the cell that
stores and transports cellular products
and digests wastes in the cell.
Membrane-bound organelle that
produces and provides energy for the
rest of the cell.
Vesicle of the cell that contains
enzymes which down extra or worn-out
cellular substances.
Membrane-bound organelle of the cell
that serves as a temporary storage unit
for material.
Organelle of the cell that produces
proteins
Small structure of the cell found in the
nucleus that contains protein and DNA
and produces ribosomes.
Gel-like substance of the cell found in
the nucleus that contains and supports
the organelles and transports genetic
material.
Framework of the cell that is made up
of proteins which holds the organelles

in place and helps materials move


about the cell