by: Chelsea Reiman
Plasma or Cell Membrane
All cells are contained inside the cell membrane and is found inside both plant and animal cells.
The liquid that fills both plant and animal cells
Acts like a brain to the cell. It controls the eating, movement, and reproduction of plant and animal cells.
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
Made of cellulose and help plants keep their shape. Only found in plant cells
Hold the enzymes that were created by the cell. It is used by both plant and animal cells to digest.
The protein builders of both plant and animal cells
They take in nutrients, break them down, and creates energy rich molecules for both plant and animal cells.
The plant cells food producer.
Help animals cells when it come time to divide.
Hold on to enzymes that break down oxygen and break down toxins for both plant and animal cells.
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.
Captures sunlight in photosynthesis and makes the "food" for plants and algae. Green structure!
Located in the nucleus; made up of DNA and protein.
a double-layered membrane surrounding the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell separating nucleoplasm from the cytoplasm.
network of proteins like microfilaments and microtubules in cytoplasm; provides structure for both plant and animal cells.
cell organelles are suspended in this fluid; contains macromolecules.