Cell Organelles

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Nucleus

The nucleus is found in both plant and animal cells. It mainly hold all the DNA for a cell. It is also known as a powerhouse of the cell.
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Cell Membrane

The cell membrane controls what enters and exits the cell. It can be found in both plant and animal cells. It is also known as the doorman or outlining of the cell.
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Cytoplasm

Cytoplasm is in plant and animal cells. It's job is to make sure the pressure inside of the cell doesn't deflate. It can often be known as a balloon or jello.
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Ribosome

The Ribosome creates proteins for the cell. They are found inside of plant and animal cells. Sometimes they are known as the body of the cell.
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Mitochondria

The Mitochondria is a very important cell. It produces ATP and create energy. It is only found in animal cells. It can also be called the power plant of the cell.
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Vacuole

The Vacuole stores water and important nutrients. It is in the plant and animal cells. It can often be compared to a storage warehouse.
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Golgi Body

The Golgi body can be found inside of the plant and animal cells. It groups liquids and proteins, packaging them in vesicles. Sometimes known as a packager or UPS store.

Endoplasmic Reticulum

These are found in the plant cell and come in two kinds, smooth and rough. They create proteins and transport them. They are known as a highway.
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Lysosome

They receive waste and try to do something different with it. They are found in animal cells. Sometimes they are known as a recycling system
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Cell Wall

Cell Walls are found in both plant and animal cells. They form and hold the shape of the cell. Also, they protect the organelles contained inside the cell. It is sometimes known as the security guard.
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Chloroplast

The Chloroplast is only found in a plant cell. It converts the sun rays to energy for the cell. Almost like the Mitochondria, which gives the Chloroplast its energy.
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Cell Theory

The are three steps in the Cell Theory:

1. All living things are made of cells.

2. Cells are the basic units of structures and functions

3. Cells come from the reproducing of pre-existing cell.s

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Body Organization

The Body organization is the way that the body is organized. The order from least complex to most complex is Cell-Tissue-Organ-Organ System-Organism.
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Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic

A prokaryotic cell is a cell that does not have a membrane bound nucleus. A eukaryotic cell is a cell that does have a membrane bound nucleus. One example of a prokaryotic cell is bacteria, an example of a eukaryotic cell is animals.