Cell Structure

By: Daijah Barrett and Dominique Marshall

Organelles of a Cell

The nucleus is where DNA and RNA is stored. The nucleus could also be compared to a control center. It contains the nucleolus, which makes ribosomes, and chromosomes, which hold instructions for the nucleus.

They are on the inside and the outside of the cell. "Mighty Mitochondria" is the main energy for the cell. They type of energy they produce is ATP (Adenosine triphosphate). It has little rod shaped structures on the inside. The Mitochondria is like the sun in the sky.

Vacuoles are single-membraned oraganelles that is located in the cell. The function of the vacuole is to store water for the cell. In plant cells, they are much bigger than vacuoles in animal cells.