bi5 - membranes Sort and package proteins VACUOLES...

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“Cell Structure”  Pages 41 – 45
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CHLOROPLASTS Green  organelles that  make food found only in plant  cells
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CHLOROPHYLL   A green pigment  that  color   Captures sunlight  energy  that is used to produce  food  called glucose Glucose is a type of sugar  
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MITOCHONDRIA   Organelles that release  energy  from food   This energy is released by  breaking down food into  carbon dioxide   AKA the powerhouse  b/c  they release energy  from  food   Some muscle  cells have  20,000 mitochondria 
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RIBOSOMES    Make proteins Float freely  or attached to  the endoplasmic reticulum  (ER) Ribosomes are made in  the nucleolus
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ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM A series of folded  membranes  that move  materials (proteins)  around in  a cell like a conveyor belt Smooth ER  – ribosomes not  attached  to ER Rough ER  – ribosomes  attached  to ER
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GOLGI BODIES  (GAWL jee)  Stacked flattened
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Unformatted text preview: membranes Sort and package proteins VACUOLES Temporary storage spaces Store food , water , waste LYSOSOMES (LI suh sohmz) The word "lysosome" is Latin for "kill body." The purpose of the lysosome is to digest things. They might be used to digest food or break down the cell when it dies. Break down food molecules, cell wastes & worn out cell parts FROM CELL TO ORGANISM Cell The basic unit of life Tissue Group of cells working together Organ Group of tissues working together Organism Any living thing made of 1 or more cells Organ System Group of organs working together NAME THE ORGANELLE d. Mitochondria b. Chloroplast c. Golgi body a. Nucleus 1- Nucleus 2- Chromosomes 3- Mitochondria 4- Ribosomes 5- Chloroplasts 6- Vacuoles 7- ER 8- Cell Membrane...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course BSC 2010 taught by Professor Bowes during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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