• Centrioles-
Structure: Help the cells when it comes time to divide.

Function: Put in work in the process of mitosis and meiosis

Plant Cells


  • Cell Wall-
Structure: A protective wall made up of polysaccharides

Function: Provides and maintains the shape of the cell

  • Chloroplast-
Structure: Producers of the cell

Function: Converts light to energy into sugar for cells


  • Plasma-
Structure: Keep the pieces inside

Function: A protective barrier to the uncontrolled flow of water

  • Cytoplasm-
Structure: Internal Soup; Mostly water

Function: Bacterial metabolism

  • Nucleus-
Structure: Enclosed in a double membrane.

function: Controls eating, movement, and reproduction

  • Nucleolus-
Structure: The prominent structure in the nucleus.

Function: Produces ribosomes

  • Ribosomes-
Structure: Packets of RNA.

Function: Protein synthesis

  • Golgi Apparatus-
Structure: Membrane-bound structure with a single membrane

Function: Transport in a cell.

  • E.R.-
Structure: Continuation of the outer nucleur membrane.

Function:Breaks down toxines.

  • Mitochandria-
Structure: Powerhouse

Function: Provides energy the cells need

  • Lysosomes-
Structure: Contains hydrotic enzymes for digestion

Function: Kills and digest bacteria

  • Peroxisomes-
Structure: Protect the cells from own toxic peroxide.

Function: Breaks down toxic materials

  • Vacule:
Structure: Stores nutrients and waste

Function: Holds water

  • Cytoskeleton
Structure: Back bone of cell

Function: Helps maintain cell shape