Cells

by: Chelsea Reiman

Plasma or Cell Membrane

All cells are contained inside the cell membrane and is found inside both plant and animal cells.
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Cytoplasm

The liquid that fills both plant and animal cells
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Nucleus

Acts like a brain to the cell. It controls the eating, movement, and reproduction of plant and animal cells.
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Vacuole

Stores food and a variety of nutrients a cell needs to survive. It is found in plant and animal cells but they are larger in plant cells
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Cell Walls

Made of cellulose and help plants keep their shape. Only found in plant cells
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Lysosomes

Hold the enzymes that were created by the cell. It is used by both plant and animal cells to digest.
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Ribosomes

The protein builders of both plant and animal cells
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Mitochondria

They take in nutrients, break them down, and creates energy rich molecules for both plant and animal cells.
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Chloroplasts

The plant cells food producer.
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Centrioles

Help animals cells when it come time to divide.
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Peroxisomes

Hold on to enzymes that break down oxygen and break down toxins for both plant and animal cells.
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Endoplasmic Reticulum

The network of membranes found throughout the cell and connected to the nucleus it works as a manufacturing and packaging company. Found in both plant and animal cells.
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Nucleolus

Captures sunlight in photosynthesis and makes the "food" for plants and algae. Green structure!
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Chromatin

Located in the nucleus; made up of DNA and protein.
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Nuclear Membrane

a double-layered membrane surrounding the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell separating nucleoplasm from the cytoplasm.
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Cytoskeleton

network of proteins like microfilaments and microtubules in cytoplasm; provides structure for both plant and animal cells.
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Golgi Apparatus

cell organelles are suspended in this fluid; contains macromolecules.
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