ORGANELLE

ORGANELLE - found inside cell membrane *supports /protects...

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Stesha Britman October 3, 2007 Plant Cell Organelles ORGANELLE LOCATION DESCRIPTION PURPOSE cell wall plant ~outer layer ~rigid, strong, stiff ~made of cellulose support *protection *allows H2O, O2, CO2 to pass into and out of cell cell membrane plant/animal *plant - inside cell wall *animal - outer layer; cholesterol *selectively permeable *support *protection *controls movement of materials in/out of cell *barrier between cell and its environment *maintains homeostasis nucleus plant/animal *large, oval *controls cell activities nuclear membrane plant/animal *surrounds nucleus *selectively permeable *Controls movement of materials in/out of nucleus cytoplasm plant/animal *clear, thick, jellylike material and organelles
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Unformatted text preview: found inside cell membrane *supports /protects cell organelles endoplasmic reticulum (E.R.) plant/animal *network of tubes or membranes *carries materials through cell ribosome plant/animal *small bodies free or attached to E.R. *produces proteins mitochondrion plant/animal *bean-shaped with inner membranes *breaks down sugar molecules into energy vacuole Plant/animal *fluid-filled sacs *store food, water, waste (plants need to store large amounts of food) chloroplast plant *green, oval usually containing chlorophyll (green pigment) *uses energy from sun to make food for the plant (photosynthesis) Stesha Britman October 3, 2007 Plant Cell Organelles...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Starks during the Fall '07 term at N.C. A&T.

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